Originally Posted by Erin Pavlina
That's very common after workshops like this. I have gone through similar things. It's actually okay though, to realize that you saw something in yourself you want to change, but not feel like you have the power to change it. That's why you work on Truth, Love and Power. Don't resist what you found out about yourself. You've already reached out to me in a private email, so we should continue our conversation there, but trust me when I tell you that you'll look back on this time and realize you had to slip and fall in order to climb a different ladder. It hurts at first, when you land on your rump, but you'll dust yourself off, grab the new ladder, lean it against a different tree, and start climbing again. And you've got people willing to help you get started. To private email then...
I'll share that I do feel kind of dazed and cognitively out of it since I got home from the conference. Hey, maybe it's the jet lag, but I think it might be more than that.
I went in order to accomplish a few specific things: I wanted to work on daily habits and routines, get some further thinking done on my career plans, and meet Erin and Steve and a room full of amazing people.
But you always can't control what formative experiences you might have when you put 100+ amazing people in a room together, and it turns out that in a sense, I feel like I got more out of the conference than I bargained for. Maybe more than I'm ready for. I'm not sure what will come out of this experience just yet.
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