2 thoughts on “My Journey to Learn How to Hold Success

  • February 25, 2016 at 10:57 am

    Wow, another zinger, Shannon! I’ve been immersed in the Marie Kondo’s Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, part of which is that the energy of clearing clutter might make life kinda unstable until the energy settles into new, better patterns. Kondo doesn’t say that in the book, but her fans report it over and over.

    To say things have been shaky and unstable in my life the past week or so is the understatement of the year! I just keep reminding myself it’s just energy settling down, just breathe, and let things go and be where and what they want. Part of that process, in a roundabout way, is that I’m expecting more success in my life from this.

    So what does the energy come up with today? This very article about success.


    So thanks, Shannon, for conspiring with the universe to deliver the perfect how-to to help me accept more success in my life. Oh, and thank Pearl, too! I’ve noticed that my parrots are never surprised or concerned about success either; their attitude about everything seems to be, “Of course, I’m a success. How could I not be? After all, I am a parrot.”

    • February 25, 2016 at 12:08 pm

      Yes-for sure! Being a parrot (or even having the wisdom to cohabitation with one) automatically makes success want to hang out with you!:) I am a HUGE fan of tidying up-every time any stress shows up (which seems to be every five minutes lately) I find myself cleaning or filling another bag for Goodwill. It has become almost instinct at this point. I love that there are many others who also do this (sometimes I have wondered if it is latent OCD kicking in…) excited for your process to reveal the lovely success (that your flock can then take feathery credit for!)


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