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Title: In movies and dramas – our heroes and heroines have giant epiphany moments when they realise life is slipping away from them.
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In movies and dramas – our heroes and heroines have giant epiphany moments when they realise life is slipping away from them. There i...


In movies and dramas – our heroes and heroines have giant epiphany moments when they realise life is slipping away from them.
There is some major announcement, some obvious thing that let our characters know they are making a big mistake – but that’s not how it works off screen.

Most of the time we just slide into a complacent life. And then wake up one day wondering, “How did I get here?”

And that’s a day that creeps up on us – and usually by the time it hits us, we’ve wasted so much time, we can’t begin to understand where it all went.

Dreams don’t die upon an announcement – they slide into death, one subtle moment, choice, and day at a time.

There’s no big wake up call, just a slow dimming of our internal passion, enthusiasm, and joy. We sell our dreams for certainty. We are terrified of our freedom. We let the fear of dying stop us from fully living.

And when it goes unexamined – we can blame others, the environment, the government, our friends, family or even our favourite food.

We didn’t notice that each day, we had given our dreams permission to drift away. That each step towards the boring comfort that we took, we leaped away from the thrill of seeing what we’re really made of.

Why does this happen? Because we got hurt, things didn’t work out the way that we wanted them too, or we just don’t think it’s possible. And then we lower our standards so that we don’t get our hopes up.

And somewhere inside all of this is a small whisper from our child within that is dying to be re-born. A part of us that knows we were meant for greatness. Not to be a celebrity or to be admired, but greatness in the form of changing our world, making it a better place, adding value, helping others – really making a positive mark.
But, it’s scary. It’s not easy. It’s too risky.

So, we let our dreams die a little bit each day.

Then – if we are lucky, we get a wake up call. But it’s too subtle. We don’t listen. And then a louder one, and a louder one, and a louder one, until finally it’s like our child within is screaming at us to wake up – but we don’t pay attention, we just complain that life isn’t fair or that life sucks – all the while missing the wake up call.

The Child Within doesn’t die. But our fear of our parental voice must be challenged.

The Child Withins personal intuitive is earned through consistent effort.

The Child Within s Freedom is earned through becoming the person it takes to make them real.

Freedom is earned when new perspectives are setup.

Freedom is earned when you get ok with disappointment and use it as fuel to make life better, instead of giving up like an amateur.

Freedom is earned when we go all in and act on our faith in our child within.

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