Rachael Wolff, author of Letters From A Better Me, has written a new blog post on her appreciation for the “moments of exhale”, take a look.
I’m grateful for the exhale. Whether I’m happy or stressed, I’m always grateful for the exhale. When I’m happy, the exhale embraces the moment of AWE. When I’m stressed, the exhale gives me time to slow down and create space from the chaos. The past few days have been quite a whirlwind. I’ve experienced tremendous highs after The Power of One Virtual Conference. I experienced all the chills and goosebumps of being truly inspired. That exhale was liberating. Just outside that space, I was going through a challenging time and the exhales brought me space, hope, God, and surrender. Both types of exhales for me come from a place of love, abundance, and peace. I consider them both God space. Often it’s in the exhale that I can hear the little whisper of guidance, because in that long exhale, I’m silent. I’m in God space.
Today, I commit to focusing on the exhale to create God space. When we are holding on to energy of fear, lack, and separation we hold our breath. It’s almost like a festering flame building inside of us. When we release, we make space for peace. We make God space. When I focus on my breath and allow the space, the guidance I need is often there. When I can, I just start writing from that space, which in-turn creates more space. I know I really hit the jackpot when I can get to the feeling of AWE or goosebumps. If you are looking for spiritual guidance on something, write down the question. Then allow yourself to focus on your exhales. Pay attention to any messages coming through or start writing. See what comes up.
With Love, Abundance, and Gratitude,
©Rachael Wolff 2020
How Becoming an Empowered Woman Transforms the World
THE EMPOWERED WOMAN follows the belief system that is best explained in a quote by Byron Katie: “The most attractive thing about the Buddha was that he saved one person: himself. That’s all he needed to save; when he saved himself, he saved the whole world.”
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