Bravely tell your story.
“When I dare to be powerful,
to use my strength in the service of my vision,
then it becomes less and less important
whether I am afraid.”― a
As I begin my ministry, I have come to realize that fear is some entity that needs to be explored, heard, and then overcome. I wish that bansihing fear was a “one-time thing.” It seems, however, to be more of a game like Whack-A-Mole. Moving through your life, new fears keep coming up. Elizabeth Gilbert has said, “Fear gets to ride along in the car, but fear has to sit in the back seat and cannot touch the radio.”
Calling ourselves to greater accountability and authenticy, and even vulnerability, then, is a double-down on bravery. (You’ll find that the works of Brene Brown have a lot of meaning and value to me. A friend of mine and I refer to her as “St. Brene.”)
Be brave. Seek wholeness.
I will be offering classes about the Goddess, as well as a book study, and an Artist’s Way group.
For more details, please message me at 509-710-6052 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
I live in beautiful Spokane, WA, and my name is Anna, so now you know.