Expressing the New You
Upheavals ultimately bring us back home to ourselves. Watching the pieces of your life come together after a major upheaval is like watching shattered pieces of glass come back together. It is miraculous really. I love the saying "Just when the caterpillar thought life was over, it became a butterfly." This final Express stage of upheaval is just like that. You've held on through the chaos and now you can fly. The journey you’ve been on finally starts to make sense. You feel stronger, more grounded, more peaceful. You can laugh at life’s absurdities instead of being overwhelmed by them.
Rewarding Yet Challenging
The Express stage is the most rewarding, and also the most challenging stage of the Upheaval to Uplevel © journey. Your upheaval has helped you become the person you’ve always wanted to be, even known yourself to be in there somewhere, and you can now live it. Just as a hunger to know yourself cued you that Stage Two: Connect had begun, a slightly different hunger signals that you are moving into Stage Three: Express. This hunger is also edgy...the roller coaster feeling—exciting and terrifying at the same time. This new you wants to try out its wings.
This stage, among other things, includes:
- Living as you (courageous and flamboyant living, containing your energy/protecting your time, choosing priorities, creative hobbies, maintaining your health, fulfilling friendships)
- Loving as you (honest loving, law of attraction, partnering from purpose, choosing your highest good—always)
- Expressing as you (your bigger game, taking risks in service of your vision, making your impact, expressing your talents, creating from purpose)
Stage Three: Express is a private coaching program with me. You will learn how to keep the past in the past, freeing your creative energy. Recognize the opportunities in love, in work, in play that are in front of you and how you can embrace them and activate them. Recognize the meaning and purpose in your life as you never have before, and get about living it.
“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom” ~ Anais Nin