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Slowing down, ironically, isn’t easy.

Living in your body is actually a very vulnerable, frightening thing to do.

Your whole life you’ve been rewarded for your ability to not feel.

Achieving is highly addictive.

It gives you a sense of accomplishment, identity, and value.

You can be an over-achiever at your job, in a creative project, in a relationship, or even when it comes to your self care.

But who are you underneath the identity of what you do?

If you’re struggling to answer, I understand.

I’m a recovering over-achiever myself.

As a Virgo (#perfectionist) I can even overachieve at anything.

Sometimes I even overachieve at not overachieving!

Achieving is a wonderful aspect of being human.

But when it dominates your life you lose the ability to just be. copy

The wisdom of your body operates at a different speed and frequency than that of your mind.

It speaks in the space of slowing down.

Your body is incredibly wise.

It is an outstanding problem solver.

It knows the answers even when you think you don’t.

Learning to trust your body is a skill.

It is a technology that can be learned by anyone.

Once you learn it, you have access to a new system intelligence.

This intelligence can change patterns that have kept you stuck for decades.

You know the Mary Oliver quote “You only need to let the soft animal of your body love what it loves”?

I would add that you only need to let the soft animal of your body know what it knows.

Trying to use the mind to change a pattern is like trying to solve a problem with the same consciousness that created it.

Your mind can only get you so far.

But your body will take you all the way.




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