What’s so wrong with your desires?
The short and sweet answer is nothing.
Your truest desires are placed in your heart for you to co-create.
When you think about what you really want, it can be easy to talk yourself out of things that seem so big or expansive.
Have you ever thought:
I’ll just be grateful for what I have.
I don’t need anything more than what I have.
My whole life will need to change, so I don’t really need it.
People will decide they don’t like me anymore when I have it.
Perhaps there are similar thoughts that you’ve had when you think of your desires.
You are not alone. You are not wrong.
Let’s not make this a situation of “I’m doing this wrong.”
Let’s simply look at other ways.
Whatever you think, shift it slightly. I’ll use the examples above:
I get to be grateful for all of my desires.
I get to be grateful for what I have and joyfully desire more.
I get to easily adapt my life to make room for my desires.
The people who matter to me will still love me with all of my desires.
Please start thinking about it in a new way and repeat these in your mind often.
You really can ask for, create, and receive what feels good, right, and natural to you. Your life will open up in special ways because your desires are here to aid your growth too.
Soooo, what do you really, really want? You can’t get it wrong.
Create a special week for yourself. See you soon.
About the Author:
Rebecca Wiener McGregor is an Amplifier of Love and catalyst for breakthroughs! She shares her gifts as a transformational hypnotist + money mindset coach committed to helping visionary women live their Truth, step into their Divine Purpose, and create the life of their dreams. Over the last 17 years, she has helped thousands of clients to release old blocks, traumas, loss, and hidden fears to find a deeper sense of self-worth and determination to live life on their own terms. Using that self-worth and determination as fuel to create the life they’ve been dreaming of with deeper connection, more joy, more impact, wealth, and more fun!
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