Are you asking what you really want without any limitations? It can be a tough thing to do for many people.
By Jaye McElroy and Leta Herman | Follow: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram
In this episode, we continue our discussion of Stage One of Alchemy.
“It’s not based on money… It’s not based on fears, taking risks. There’s no mistakes. There’s no right, no wrong…. It’s a simple question, however, it’s the most profound question of our lives. What do I really want?”
Getting to the Light at the End of the Tunnel
The What-Do-I-Really-Want-Process of Alchemy
You have to separate from the world and learn how to meditate. It’s about starting a self-cultivation practice. You have to retreat from the world, to think, to process, to reflect.
“We need to give ourselves permission to reflect.”
You need to ask “What do I really want” without any limitations, barricades, or roadblocks.
Are you willing to ask yourself this question?
“Even if they might know what they want, they put all these barricades or roadblocks in the way that they make it almost certain that they’re not going to get what they want. It’s almost the opposite… it can be an unraveling about how to get around these roadblocks, or if we have to, we’ll blow them up.”
This process involves asking this question completely open-ended. There are no limitations.
What if your whole life you’re being or doing something you don’t want to be or do?
You need to give yourself the time to really listen to your higher self.
What is the monkey mind? There’s a difference between your higher self and your ego-based monkey mind.
Being vs. Doing
What do you do for money? And what do you do for passion?
Links in this Episode:
- The Nine Stages of Alchemy – take you on a journey of self-cultivation with the goal of helping you truly fly in your life and live your full potential.