Being in the first trimester of pregnancy in the depths of winter, while navigating huge changes for my family, has been a great opportunity to bash myself over the head with the word CONSISTENCY.
I have not been consistent in many ways.
I’ve felt the fear in that, the shame in that, the pressure in that.
…Which is WILD, when you consider that I have been consistently growing a human, caring for another human, showing up for my clients, and caring for my body. But I’m pretty sure capitalism doesn’t consider these to be benchmarks of consistency.
All of the moments of fear, shame, and pressure, have given me a chance to really explore the cultural sickness we spread around some of our demands for consistency, how those demands affect us as individuals, and what we can do about it.
In a culture where we are expected to perform consistency in so many ways, orienting around our bodies, our relationships, and our values is a reclamation, and it’s revolutionary.
And often those fears that everything will fall apart just aren’t true…
Today, I dust-off the podcast with a brand new episode: an exploration on the complexities of consistency.
In this episode, I share:
- My practice for choosing which balls to drop (aka Why I Suck At Email)
- What the archetypal Maiden-Mother-Crone journey has to do with our interrogation of consistency, and how to tap into the wisdom of the ages
- How to choose your priorities, not from the mind, but from your body and values
- My favorite tool for getting all the things in my head, out, so I can discern where my attention is really needed
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- Meditation to connect with your Wise Future Self: NishaMoodley.com/join
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