Sometimes you just have to look up and laugh at the beauty and magnificence of all the synchronicities of the universe.โœจ๐ŸŒ

What a blessing to be here now at this time, in these bodies, expressing, loving, and creating together.

This past weekend I experienced a magical convergence of synchronicities where I knew I was in the exact place, at the right time, with all the right people. Where I had to look up and laugh at the divine timing of it all. Because seriously, what are the odds?!

There are days where I struggle to feel in my grove, flowing and trusting the way everything is unfolding. And then there are those magical days when I realize why it all had to be this way, in this order, to have come together in this way, when I am truly ready.

Saying YES to opportunity and NO to fear

I said YES to a speaking gig for a conference this past Saturday that in the past I may have said no to due to the magnitude of what was being presented and who was speaking.

In the past I would have thought…”Who am I to be speaking on this topicโ€…”Am I really ready for this?โ€…”What if I mess up?โ€…”What will people think?โ€

I know how far Iโ€™ve come in my inner work because there was no hesitation in accepting this invitation.

Now, I LOVE when excitement and nerves show up at the same time because it means I hit an edge and ready to face a fear. I lean into the feels that come up and prepare myself to show up 200%.

New edge, new me!

Being a dancer my entire life, Iโ€™m very comfortable on stages, but speaking to large groups is a new edge for me. Using my voice in larger ways, beyond the groups and trainings I lead, is still a bit uncomfortable.

Launching my podcast, Soul Powered with Amber Sears, this year and speaking to large groups on stages are two ways Iโ€™m being called to use my voice more fully. Iโ€™ve been a writer, teacher, and coach for so long, so itโ€™s about time I gift myself permission to voice my voice more often.

It felt SO good to walk off that stage and pat myself on the back for facing a fear. My brutal inner critic that used to haunt me, has turned into a loving cheerleader with solid constructive feedback.

This experience left me excited and confident as a tackle my next edge. And look for those divine synchronicities as they arise. Action builds confidence after all.

What is one fear youโ€™ve faced recently? Tell me about it!๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿผโค๏ธ๐ŸŒ

 

With Love,

Amber Sears
Epicself.com – Online Coaching, Retreats, & Trainings

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