You want to make a difference. How best to do that?
Pondering this, I came synchronistically to the following quote from Neale Donald Walsch:
“Money is not the issue. Having the courage to give your highest gift is the issue.”
The Write Synergies process starts with the understanding that we all have gifts to give.Â Most of us stillÂ need to fully own (as in acknowledge to ourselves) the greatness of our being, our inner power, as well as the great contributions that we can give — via our creative projects, ventures, books, talks, web presences. We came here to make a difference, to make our corner of the world a better place by expressing the authenticity of our being. The only way we can do that is to step out of our own way. I have trouble with this too, tripping myself up endlessly.
That’s the beauty of using writing to unearth an inner process, to uncover the depths of our capabilities. Then comes the exhilaration of taking the next step and moving the writing into the outer path, following the trail of words out into the manifest world, giving birth to our creative brainchildren and helping them find their place and their people.
There are souls yearning to awaken to share their gifts and greatness.Â This Write Synergies process is one path to help people get from the “in here” to the “out there” with grace and wisdom. It’s the path for those willing to use words to shine their light and share their gifts.Â You make a difference just by being who you are, but learning to feel at ease telling your own story lets you magnify your light.
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3 thoughts on “Shine Your Light In Words–Blog Challenge Day 4”
Annie, thanks for stopping by. I aim to offer inspiration to writers and practical help to those who would like to share their message clearly and authentically.
Hi Bobbye, Great post about shining your light in words. As an author this speaks to my heart. I have been a Reiki Master and Clinical Hypnotherapist for the past twenty five years and getting out of my own way has been a constant journey. Looking forward to your posts.