The out breath
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The out breath

This morning I was feeling great. Calm, focused.

I sat down at my desk and let out a huge breath, wondering where it came from.

I don’t really know. All I know is that it was deep and long and releasing it felt fabulous.

I could feel the space it created. It brought me back.

From this space I could feel something arising.

I observed my thoughts and felt the sensations come through me, guiding me towards my journal where I spoke to the wise part of me that knows.

Knows what I want.

Knows where I’m at.

Knows the right next step to take.

I’m still calm and focused writing this, but I’m also centred, grounded in the truth of who I am – where my power resides. I feel solid.

My energy’s within, not directed outwards, scattered and searching for a target.

It started with the release of a breath I didn’t know I had within me, followed by attention.

In a world that demands our energy and attention and values our intellect, our biggest wins are much closer than we think.

What’s calling you ‘home’ today? How will you answer?