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about 1000 days of daring greatly

"1000 days of Daring Greatly" is a personal project by Yummii

The project is based on the book; "Daring Greatly" by Brene Brown

For 1000 days, Yummii has set out to take action and be in the arena of her life. She is to discover the realm of Daring Greatly.

Her journey is about discovering courage, vulnerability, and ultimately, mastering the art of living wholeheartedly - and being wholehearted.

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Tuesday
Oct172017

Day 303: Daring to let go

"I wish I had more time" is the undercurrent that is within my being.

The energy of feeling as though there is never enough time means that I am taking myself out of the present moment. Instead of surrendering and giving myself fully to engage in the moment, I'm thinking about the next think, about what else needs to be done, and where I am falling short.

Compassion is missing. As is kindness. 

My ego is wanting more, it is expecting more to be achieved, more to be accomplished, more to be done.

My heart, my heart says - be still. Go inwards. Shed the weight. Surrender the hunger. Surrender the need. Surrender what it is that I think I need to feel whole - for I am whole.

In my daily journal, there was a weekly challenge; "Write a list titled 'My Word'. Now write doan all the commitments you made. How will you honour them?".

Today, I committed to letting go of worry. To choose faith. To trust the process. Give up the right to exert or spend any energy on worrying about the outcome or circumstances that are out of my control.

The energy of worry has been a default wiring in which I will allow myself to submit. Bringing awareness to the energy field replaces it with lightness. I can observe it, be curious about it, and choose to let it go.

The experience of worry takes us away from realising our wholeness. 

Daring to give my word to letting go of worry. 

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