Security: The state of being free from danger or threat. I coach because I believe everyone deserves to feel secure and the work I do supports that feeling. How does security show up in your life?
It could be the way you create your home, the seat you choose to sit in at restaurants, the way you parent your children, or the co-created vessel that is love between two souls. We all have these invisible boundaries that are okay for us – and we aren’t always in the practice of noticing what those are. For example, some people wait to get gas until the light blinks at them – for 20 miles. Others don’t leave home without a snack and never get below half a tank, just in case. The bar is set differently for all of us and respect of our ‘safe zones’ is a major factor in feeling secure.
We typically can tell when a stranger is in our bubble, because they are strange. It is harder to tell when we are challenging our own bubble because we are not strangers to ourselves.
This week I want to challenge you to be more aware of the edges of your bars, zones, or bubbles. Where do you quietly, constantly, challenge your own safety? Where do you give yourself way too much security, a place so comfortable you are getting all mossy and stagnant? Why might this information be helpful? If you are spending less energy trying to recover from threatening your own safety you have extra energy for _________. Now, THAT is the point – on with the good life!
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