It’s OK to Stand in Your Power
Holding my nose and jumping.
Enough was enough.
It was time to hold my nose and jump.
Into the unknown
Into the scariness of the void.
But with big excitable butterflies in my tummy.
Boundaries were broken.
No. no more.
My boundaries have been challenged lately and I have risen to the challenge and even though it was scary…
Even though I had no place to fall or had uncertainty whether I would be seen in a bad light…
Risk damaging my reputation…
I said, ‘f*ck that.’
I strengthened my solar plexus.
I stood up for myself and risked the illusion of security and politeness in order to be empowered.
And with that jump came guilt…. but…
I saw it this time and I began to actively clear it.
And I dumped it.
I dumped the guilt from all the times I have stood my ground and shed someone from my life.
I dumped the feeling like I had done something terribly wrong.
I dumped the feeling that maybe I will be called me a bitch, a drama queen or that I hold grudges.
I dumped the sense of self doubt.
I DUMPED THE GUILT OF BEING POWERFUL AND STANDING IN MY POWER.
I dumped any and all guilt of feeling powerful and of standing in my power, no matter what anyone says about me.
I dumped all those times I didn’t stand in my power because I was being too bloody polite.
I dumped all those times I shrunk myself to fit in.
I dumped all those times I doubted my gut.
I dumped all those times I didn’t know how to stand up for myself.
I dumped all those times I stayed silent as to not cause a scene, feel like I was being dramatic or mean and for purely speaking up for myself.
And after this realisation and dumping, clearing and unblocking these false beliefs…
I forgave myself.
And felt ok.
That there actually isn’t anything terribly wrong with standing in my power.
That there is nothing to feel guilty about.
And I realised my guilt had held me in a state of stagnation.
This pattern wasn’t conscious.
In fact on an intellectual level I believed that being Powerful was strong and amazing.
Though I didn’t realise I had this guilt about me being powerful.
What my unconscious Guilt had Me Believe about being Powerful.
- I was being aggressive
- I was being dramatic
- I was wrong
- I was so wrong and out of the loop
- I was being mean to the other person
- I was purposefully trying to hurt the other persons feelings
- I was being selfish
- I was being egotistical
- I was arrogant
- I didn’t consider the other persons side of the story
- I should feel ashamed
- I had to justify my stand
- I should worry what other people thought of me
- I would ruin my reputation
- I am isolated and alone when Im in my power
- I am excluded and ostracised
- No one would like me
- It was disrespectful
What Power really is…
Power is full of….
- Self worth
- Independent though standing as All Is One
And it means that you are…
- In direct alignment with the Divine
- Honouring Yourself
- Honouring others…
For when you are in your power you give permission for others to stand in their power.
Things are flowing again for us.
We have even MORE flow.
More self love.
And more butterflies.
And I would love for You to affirm it too.
Here are some Powerful Mantras you can use to feel into your Power
It is safe for me to be powerful.
It is safe for me to stand in my power
To have power is to find grace and faith.
I am a good person when I am in my power.
I am still a good person when I am powerful.
I am Powerful.
I honour my Power.
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