On letting go

As is to be expected, I’m going to just come out and say it:
There’s something there for you in every instance you say you aren’t enough.
You get something from every judgement and story you have about yourself where you say you’re missing something.
If you’re not smart enough, you don’t have to share your knowledge. People don’t have to depend on you to show the way or be confident enough to share your input.
You get to side line it and relax.

That’s not who you are.

If you’re not creative enough you get to be boring. You don’t have to show up and make rainbows on an otherwise drab canvas.
Somebody else will do it.

That’s not who you are.

If you’re not attractive enough you don’t have to be noticed. You get to hide and make excuses about why things just don’t work out for you.

Things don’t work out because you refuse to let go.

You refuse to see that there is absolutely nothing about you that isn’t enough.

Enough is made up.

The only scale you’re measuring from is the one you’ve created for yourself. Sure, you base it on what people outside of you are saying. You base it on others’ scales, others’ opinions, others’ ideas that they made up too, to make up for where they aren’t enough.

Sounds like a pretty good space to create a dogma of what is supposed to be, doesn’t it?

No, it doesn’t.

When you let go of those judgments you have to face the fear of what you don’t see. You have to face who you ARE. You have to face the flood of requests, desires and expectations that come your way because you do nothing but show up and shine.

And you know what?

That’s just plain silly.
Because those requests, desires and expectations that show up can be declined. You don’t have to do a thing outside of you that isn’t true to the truest sense of yourself.
You don’t even have to bat an eye.

When you’re solid in your shoes and owning who you ARE, those requests, desires and expectations that brighten your light are absolutely EASY to rise to and fulfill. It’s all in a day’s work and a days work is kids stuff when you’re on your game and playing on the field.

So, I beg of you, ask yourself, is it really worth your time to spend a moment in a conversation of where you aren’t enough?

Let it go. Who you are saying you are isn’t YOU.

And, I promise, you’ll blow this version of you’s mind when you step up to what you’ll become.

❤️, me