We all want life to be easy.
- Why does Cherry speak so loudly everyone can hear her business – doesn’t she know ‘we don’t care?’
- Why does my Mum have to be so difficult when it comes to Christmas lunch, it’s not like we don’t have our own family obligations too.
- Why does my brother always pick a fight with my husband, we know they polar opposites, why doesn’t he get it?
- Why does food labelling have to be so detailed – can you just tell me what I’m eating and if it’s actually good for my body?
- Why can’t I have a wine in peace without the kids always wanting me?
We’re good at making changes in our life, especially when we have a desire to do so.
It’s not about motivation, it’s about what we tell ourselves – it’s the stories that this is worthwhile rather than why bother, nothing will change.
It’s this change that can stop us from even starting.
Living in alignment isn’t hard but it isn’t easy either.
Much like eating for our body with foods that make us feel well verses foods that don’t make us feel well.
Living in alignment requires us to say no to things and we’re not always good at saying no. It can also requires us to sit with decisions, not make them on the spot because we need more time verses making the person happy in the moment.
The fear of failure has stopped me saying anything, but it’s been slowly leaking out over many channels recently and I’m on a radio show in the US tomorrow…and based on another podcast interview last week…I will just spill the beans.
Why don’t you love me?
Why do you put clothes on me that don’t fit properly or have holes in them or that you should have thrown out 4 years ago?
Why do you put food in me that makes me work harder to remove them, rather than eating foods that make things easier so I can support all the parts of you?