Do you ever feel stuck?
Like both feet in set cement stuck?
Does it feel like you couldn’t take one more step even if you really wanted to?
What is that about?
What is it telling you?
What’s the message in this?
Surely it’s easy enough to keep going – to do all the things you’re supposed to do or even ‘expected’ to do. What is stopping you from taking that next step? Is it fear of making a mistake? Perhaps you think you might make the wrong decision so it’s better to make no decision at all. That’s definitely a recipe for remaining in limbo. What is it that holds us back, I wonder. Holds us back from finally making a decision that we know is going to make us feel empowered and in control. I suspect it’s because we enjoy living in our comfort zone. Actually, I’m not sure enjoy is the right word. We perhaps cannot imagine the JOY of what we might find if we were actually to move out of our comfort zone every now and then. What could possibly be on the other side for you? Surely it’s going to be more interesting than where you are now. It always is when we decide to move and start to make progress at something we thought might never be possible for us. We also start to realise that it’s not as hard as we thought it would be. That the stories we had built up in our minds are just not true and well may have been there to try and keep us safe. But you don’t need to be kept safe. You need to feel invigorated and EXCITED about the prospect of something new. Something different that you know will change the course of your existence.
It never ceases to amaze me when I have conversations with some of you about how, quite often, those that enrol into lessons have been on this mailing list for months, sometimes even years before you reach out and make the decision to put yourself first for a while. You decide to re-indulge in and revisit your musical spirit that has been courting you for oh so long.
Well, why wait? It’s all here for you now, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your best contact number and I will be in touch!