The Ritual of Asking

I’ve always considered myself to be a powerful woman. Like you, I’ve had my share of challenges that required tapping into that part of me that believes I am capable of getting on the other side of circumstances.

What I’ve learned along the way is that my results on “the other side” of the challenge are always much more significant and authentic when I ask. I am not talking about asking other people for help. I’m talking about asking my higher source for help with two things:

  1. Getting clear about what I really want.
  2. Receiving help with bringing the desire into my experience.

For a long time I was in the habit of making things really difficult for myself. It seems that I always took the harder path to anything. “The path of least resistance” was not even in my awareness. Relying solely on myself versus co-creating with the divine has always brought mediocre, unauthentic, half ass results. Each and every single time that I have not taken the time to ask, and create the space to receive my answer, I’ve created a result that was not in alignment with what I really wanted.  And the truth is that NOT asking is simply a form a self sabotage.

Here’s the thing, being 100% candid about my spiritual grounding is a big step for me.

As the belief that you should not mix business with spirituality is something that I believed in for a long time. That is until, I learned (the hard way of course) that the more I ask the divine to guide me, the more open I am with my inner success strategy, the more I fulfill my purpose of assisting amazing women like you in getting their work out into the world.

How about you?  Are you asking or are you trying to do it all on your own?

Imagine the possibilities,

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