The Soul Alchemist

Stop freaking out and just go do it.

September 2, 2015

The truth? We're so silly to let fears of failure or overwhelm stop us.

The only legitimate thing that should stop us from pursuing our great dreams and soul-sprung passions is death.

And even then, it’s just a matter of adjusting to the new landscape, gathering our faculties, and flinging ourselves down star-studded, celestial hills in wild, screaming abandon.

Point? Your Soul dream is worth any risk, any amount of effort, all devotion.

Don’t be duped by pseudo-obstacles that aren’t half as strong as you are when you stand in your purpose and strength. You GOT thisNow stop running around like a freaked-out squirrel compulsively counting his nuts, and just go do it. ; )

And remember to pay it forward by sharing your story … ’cause we all need encouragement.


Catalyst Questions to journal or ponder …

What one thing can you do TODAY to move forward toward your dream or goal?

Is getting that done really as much of a stretch as you tell yourself … or is there another reason you keep deferring each day’s transformative action to another day?

How many years of your life have gone by like this? Are you really okay with that, or is it time to change?

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  1. BunKaryudo

    September 29, 2015

    Thank you. “Not a weakness but clarity” — that’s a good way to think about it. I guess even successfully achieving a goal isn’t really a win if the goal wasn’t something we should have been pursuing in the first place. It’s just taking time away from something more important.

  2. Julie

    September 29, 2015

    You are most welcome! My deepest desire is to be an encouragement and create an online place of safety and support for people as they reach toward their soul dreams. Overcoming bad habits or sabotaging patterns in my own life hasn’t been quick or easy, but I believe I’ll get there if I don’t give up. And if that’s true for me, it can be true for anybody. Also, I’ll tell you … somewhere along the way, my definition of ‘failure’ began to change. I realized that not seeing something through that I never should’ve started anyway wasn’t a weakness. It was clarity. So I’ve let a lot go, including a chunk of caring what people think. And as I said before, just not giving up & adjusting as I go has been more than half the battle. Thanks for commenting! I’m glad you’re here.

  3. BunKaryudo

    September 26, 2015

    Well, not only my fear of failure but my long personal aquiantance with it. (We’re virtually drinking buddies.) Still, I am getting better at trying new things (blogging for instance), so thanks for the encouragement.

  4. dray0308

    September 22, 2015

    Reblogged this on Dream Big, Dream Often and commented:
    Don’t let fear hold you back!!