Resilience. When that word and its intention came into my practice, I started to change. Rather than trusting myself that I could “succeed” I started to feel a resilience in me… a growing capacity to be with what was showing up – even if unwanted, even if really hard.
The Real Skills Workshop on Stalled? is about this. Because, well, stalls are a part of life that call for resilience.
I have ideas that seem to burst forward with energy… and then stall. My energy changes. My perception deepens (or gets distracted). A night with little sleep means the more vibrant energy the idea calls for is not there to fuel something like a recording or video or words even.
I can hear some shoulder-to-the-grindstone coaches saying this is a cop-out.
But I decided a long time ago that resilience builds the self-trust I need – to act, to pause, to let go, to evolve. My shoulders just were not built for the grindstone.
I hope you’ll join us for the workshop.