“Which comes first, and which matters most: The waning light that reveals a widening horizon, or our own expanding thoughts? The world around us, or the world inside?” - Noelle Oxenhandler
I’ve been quiet. The skies above and I have been in sync; not making the usual rumble.
It always happens to me when I should be posting the most. After I met the BBC, I should have posted a lot to encourage all of the new visitors, but instead I got very quiet. Last week I had a consultation call with Carolyn Rubenstein and came away with it really excited and full of ideas for my site and my life. Instead of leaping in, I got quiet.
I don’t know if these quiet times are because I need to process, or whether it is because I am afraid. Maybe it is a bit of both. Part of me fears success in a big way. I hear myself giving myself excuses for not leaping, not shining, not reaching and I believe them until I remember that that is what they are: excuses. And excuses are never a good thing to believe.
I’m off for two weeks starting at lunch time today. I know I am lucky to have a plane ticket and a plane that is flying when I is supposed to. I hope to come here and post while I am gone, but if I don’t, take good care of you. Let’s have tea when I get back.