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Sacrifice




 

To make space for the new, you must release the old. While of course you have plenty of space to fill and occupy, there are just some things that can not co exist within you. Self depreciation and unconditional self love, procrastination and productivity, health and illness. You may feel more aligned with one end of the spectrum some days and the other end other days but this is more indicative of you being in a neutral space and not fully convinced of either end.


There is often a negative connotation with the word sacrifice but think about it, to invite in a healthy relationship you may have to sacrifice an unhealthy one. To be invited into a career that fulfills you, you may need to sacrifice the one you have been in.

To release the old, and sacrifice what is, will allow you the mental and physical space to invite in and create the life and you that you daydream about. 


Humans are habitual, it is normal to have resistance to change. Your subconscious currently believes that you are safe, and therefore it must be what currently is true and present in your life that is causing that safety. So anything indicating that your consciousness is desiring a type of change frightens your subconscious and you will naturally harvest resistance. It is up to you to become your own parent, advocate, and authority. To console your subconscious 


The journal prompts today will walk you through how to create a vision that you are inviting in that is so strongly described and desired you know exactly what to say yes and no to in order to achieve it and releasing what is in the way of it becomes a desire in itself. 


When you know you are allergic to almonds it is easy to say no to it. And in that same simple way, when you know what you want in a partner it is easy to say no to people who do not exhibit those behaviors or characteristics. 


Not only this, but through the journaling prompts you will show honor to what once was. After-all, it most likely served you at one point. Perhaps your hyper independence served you well when you were a child with neglectful parents. But now, it is stopping for deep genuine connections with friends and loved ones.


It is time. Time to release and rise.


Because frankly, you're worth it.

xoxo Stephanie

 

meditation (click on the word)

 

Journal Prompts

  1. What aspect of self do you wish was different? How has it helped you in the past? Why do you wish it were different? In what ways would your life change if this aspect changed?

  2. What aspect of life do you wish was different? How has it helped you in the past? Why do you wish it were different? In what ways would your life change if this aspect changed?

  3. If you were to replace that aspect of self from question 1 with a new aspect, what would it be? Why? In what ways would your life change if this aspect was adopted?

  4. If you were to replace that aspect of life from question 2 with a new aspect, what would it be? Why? In what ways would your life change if this aspect changed?


 

Action Steps

  1. Create an alter ego. Write out your life story as you desire it to be, the traits, characteristics, habits, friends, etc of this version of you. Best case scenario. This is not being done so you can compare it to your current life. This is being done so that you have a blueprint. So your future actions are more harmonious with where you are desiring to go in life.

  2. Each day review your alter ego and choose one thing that will be a step in the direction of becoming this person.

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