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17th January 2019
“When will you be done playing small?” Liza Jane Wolf said to me today. “When will you be done putting band-aids on things? When will you be ready to play big? When will you be ready to fully express your soul on whatever level and serve at the highest level possible? When will you be ready to be the surgeon that helps you close that gap in your soul so that YOU can live the fullest expression of who you are? I don’t want to be the person who keeps slapping a band-aid on the holes of your soul until pretty soon you’re one giant band-aid.”
That’s it. That’s what Liza said. Liza and I are in Spiritual Biz Bootcamp Alumni together. Obviously, Liza’s playing bigger than me.
She went on to remind me that it’s so easy to get stuck in our smallness, our small ego. It’s easy to make excuses for EVERYTHING that’s not working out for us. “Trust me,” she said. “I did awesome, and then I fell on my face, and I grew, and then I did awesome and then I fell on my face – but each time I fell I had this massive growth. And with each cycle of growth, I had to let go of who I thought I was. I had to let go of who I thought I was going to be. I had NO IDEA the capacity for expansion that was within me – that’s WITHIN YOU!!”
So, I’m sharing this message. For me, for you, and for whoever needs it right now. I need to hear this message every day as I continue stepping into my own power to live my own truth, and encourage as many others who are fed up living the limited person they were conditioned to become to come with me. THE WORLD NEEDS US. Let us all let go of who we think we should be, who we thought we were meant to be, or who we were told we should be. You – WE – have no idea of the capacity within us to become ourselves!
Step into the unknown with the full trust that you are a divine expression of source and that source is guiding you in each and every thing.
“Stop fighting the amazingness of who you are. Stop fighting the bigness of what you have to offer the world. Stop talking yourself into all the reasons it’s okay to keep playing small and keep putting band-aids on shit.” That was Liza again.
“YOU are a surgeon. YOU came into this world to make a massive difference, to save lives. And you know what, you don’t have to be perfect, just get yourself out there as YOU.”