This is something that I’ve pondered and played with in my head these lasts months, when in hibernation. Everywhere around me, in blog posts, in forums, in podcasts and in books… the call is going out to women everywhere. Claim your worth. Take on the world and change it. Take center stage!!
And that’s fine.
If you want to be there.
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In the light of my soon to be expected date with Ground Zero, I have but one wish this Wishcasting Wednesday.
I wish to create my own, vibrant and glowing business.
I wish to be able to create lovely, enriching and healing digital products, and that these will be dearly loved and appreciated by the ones who buy them (and I wish there will be many buyers!).
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I sometimes wonder what if would be like to sit on a crashing plane. Would it be best to know the crash was coming, so that you could prepare (if at all able to), or would it be best to think that you were still high above the ground, just experiencing some minor problems, and that the pilot would soon sort everything out?
I don’t know.
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The last couple of years I have seen a trend in the spiritual business niche on internet. «Don’t sell yourself short» is the mantra. «Money is just energy». «Claim your worth, you deserve abundance.» And while I actually agree with most of this (except that money is just energy – you can read a thought – provoking piece about that here), I’m getting increasingly concerned about where this is going.
Continue reading «Are You Creating A Spiritual Class Divide?»