What’s In Your Circle – Day 29 – 30 Days of Earth

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Can you believe it – we have spent 29 days so far exploring Earth and how this element impacts your daily life.   If you haven’t noticed by now Earth is the part of all of us that is responsible, grounded and stable.  The spiritual challenge and soul lesson for Earth is gaining perspective over the need to control and letting go of being a perfectionist.

So what have you learned about yourself?   Do you have a better sense of who you are and how this element influences you?   Today as we to begin to conclude our 30 days of Earth together spend some quiet time reflecting on the following areas of your life.

Think of examples of how Earth shows up and:

  • Provide you balance
  • Support your actions
  • Guide your conduct
  • Benefit the relationship in your life

Then using the wheel above or a wheel you have created, add a few words, images or drawings that reflect your value, vision and goal for Earth in these area’s of your life.   Remember that setting an intention and vision is the best way for those desires to begin to appear.

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Day 6 – 30 Days of Earth – Relationships and Connections

Relationships and Connections

Last week we started our practice by setting our intentions and calling in the earth qualities of service, stewardship and dependability.

To start this week off, we will now turn to the concept of relationships and connections.  We are all hardwired to connect!

There is a great saying by Dr Frank Lake that goes like this:
“What we do inside relationship matters more than any other aspect of life.”

Life is all about relationship.  One strong aspect of the element of Earth is its attachment to security and the practical.  Often for earth people they are the ones who are always running to what needs to get done or running from things that don’t feel safe and secure.    Earth is the part of your mind that has the internal dialogue running that is self- critical and has you convinced you haven’t done everything you should or could.   How often is tape running in your mind?  – “if only I would have – then . . . . .  ”   We all can finish this sentence.  It is how we begin our list of regrets.  The real challenge, however, is to see if you can avoid that would of, could of, should of thinking and instead focus on the positive aspects of the world around you.

How does this relate to relationship you may ask?  The first relationship you have has to be with you.  If your mind is often capturing you in the “I MUST DO MORE TO BE ENOUGH” dialogue you run the risk of thinking you are only lovable by what you do versus by who you are.   Yes, getting things done is an important aspect of being here on earth but you are so much more.

So today your assignment is to create an – I’ve done list vs a To Do list.    There are two sides to this exercise: You may be the person who loves to write your list and check everything off when you’re done. Or you might be the person who never has created a to do list and just flows through life.  Either way, try this out.

Throughout the day, make a list of what you have gotten done.   For example –  “I made breakfast.” “Called my Mother.” “Cleaned out my closet.”   Then at the end of the day report back to us on facebook – there will be a question for you to answer about your list.  We can’t wait to hear what you discovered!

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