Running out of time and missing the point

I often have a feeling of running out of time, like I need to do everything NOW. This feeling gives rise to my anxiety. These days, I can recognise it and let it go. I feel much more peace. I’ve worked on it with kinesiology but it still rears its head every now and then.

But this morning I woke up with it, and there was more guts, more juice. I explored it with journalling and meditation. What came up for me might surprise you.

I feel like I’m missing something, missing the point, not able to see the big picture in my life. I feel like I’m not able to see clearly and understand my life purpose, what my divine gifts are.

I acknowledge that I’ve come a hell of a long way towards understanding it, and to someone not in my head and heart, it might seem like I’m living it.

But I don’t FEEL it. I feel like I’m juuuust off the mark.

And you know why? That sneaking little story of ‘there’s not enough time’ distracts me, gets me caught up in the ‘doing’. I’m not really present to my WHY. I’m not even asking myself WHY; I just go do, because I can.

If you don’t ask the question, you won’t get the answer.

And to be really honest, there’s probably a hint (or more than a hint!) of undervaluing myself, not acknowledging my gifts – purely because I’m not paying attention.

So the question for you today, dear reader, is this:

Do you know what your gifts are? Do you value them, and yourself? What is your WHY?

I would love to hear about it in the comments below.

Lots of love,

Emma xox

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2 thoughts on “Running out of time and missing the point

  1. Dear Emma, thanks to you my dear!! I feel like I do have a pretty good idea of what my gifts are ! do i acknowledge them enough or value myself enough, no ! and mostly this is because i get caught up in the business of life !! so you have triggered me to journal again, and give my self that 5 mins to reflect and me and the good that i am XXX Thank you Dear Emma

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