“I am collected.”
Our emotional state of being shows what we focus on. It’s the driving force for our decisions, and it can have an affect on our physical, mental, and spiritual body.
2016, I had just moved back to Atlanta. Once I moved back, I was essentially dumped from the organization that I moved here to work with. I was collaborating with them to create a certification program for sound healers. They had decided that they were moving on from the project without me and with a couple of people from Princeton. I was crushed. All of a sudden my internal story changed... I’m not smart enough. What do I really know about sound healing. What I have I really done for my clients or my industry... the pain from this disappointment knocked me clear off my path and vision. So much so, that I developed inflammation in the arteries of my heart, causing immense breathing issues. Once I saw my emotions through everything clear up, but I was still left with this past experience that jarred me.
That new internal conversation of “well, who am I to do this work?” almost ended my career in Sound Healing... but then I heard this teeny tiny voice from within yelling with all its might “WHO THE HELL DO YOU THINK YOU ARE NOT TOO!”
Thank GOD I listened to that voice! The organization wanted to partner with me for a reason… in the first 2 years of my career in Sound Healing I had a successful 1 on 1 practice (success to me at that time was the business was paying for the business and clients were reaching results.) I was also providing sound healing sessions for LinkedIn, Wix.com, and had a successful monthly sound bath at Studiomix.
I started weekly Sound Healing sessions at Paradigm Therapy Center, where I now hire 2 sound healers in SF, and since moving back to Atlanta, have been able to build a sustainable sound healing business in less than 2 years working with corporate clients, having monthly sound baths, and teaching sound healing... WITH OUT the organization that originally wanted to work with me.
I share this because I almost quit. I almost let the situation and internal conversation decide that I was done.
Change the story, CHANGE YOUR LIFE!