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Rachel Crow is fourteen and she can SING. You’ll cry happy, cheer-leading tears when you watch this video.
The gem of this comes at the end of the clip and it’s easy to miss. I had to watch this twice to catch it. SPOILER ALERT: When Rachel gets four thumbs UP from the judges (ya!) and there are wild applause and cheers, she says something so important:
“Thank you. I won’t let you down.”
Thank you. I won’t let you down.
This is the most humble and courageous phrase you can speak when life opens the door wide for you — which it does everyday.
You’re up for it. You’re grateful. You see the gift and you realize you can’t do it alone.
With this: Thank you. I won’t let you down, you rise to the occasion.
Whether you need to perform major surgery on your commitments, or you need to just blow some shit up and walk away, healthy letting go requires mindfulness. So let’s really feel and think this through to get you free and clear.
THE RETROSPECTION exercise goes deep, and does it quickly. You’ll have 5 minutes to answer a big reflection question, and from there…we start to peel back the layers to clarity. If you want to find out, you have to go in.
Show me how to love the ones that are like, really hard to love. The misogynists and boundary bullies, the fake leaders and land-rapers. Actually, for the sake of efficiency, just show me how to love the most greedy. That should cover it. (But while we’re at it, help me out with the Mean Girls, ‘cause like, whoa.)
In my experience, boundary obliviousness is part of the initiation into wholeness. I don’t think you have to warrior your whole life for it, but it’s a passage to self-agency that most women seem to have to go through. Boundaries help us expand our consciousness.
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