Not Me (Watch Your Spotlight)
Fellow female creators, I love you dearly, and the depth of your suffering is incomprehensible.
And it is with the highest sense of compassion and support that I remind us that mass consciousness and momentum are powerful things.
When the energy gets rolling it can seem unavoidable. Inevitable even.
But it’s worth remembering that you are powerful, too.
So is your focus.
It is not worth letting mass momentum point you toward what you don’t want more of.
Just because (it seems like) everyone else is adding energy to what they don’t want (and what they think of as terribly wrong), doesn’t mean you have to, too.
Even if it’s true.
Even if it happened to you.
Even if you like to support your friends by letting them know they’re not alone.
Even if you think it’s important to spotlight the problem, in an effort to resolve it.
Actually, if you think problems get resolved by spotlighting them, you’re reading the wrong blog.
I love everyone dearly, but this blog is for conscious creators who know that our attention creates our reality.
With the most love and compassion in my heart, I am reminding us that if we don’t want more of it, we can shift focus to what we prefer.
If you can make a legitimate case for how it feels better to self-identify as a victim of sexual harassment for social media sport, then rock on with your bad self!
If not, check yourself and what you’re activating.
Spotlighting problems is not how we attract solutions.
I know you know this. It’s just a friendly public service reminder.
That is all.
Big love and happy manifesting!
PS – if you have no idea about the social media trend that this post is referencing, I say congrats and leave it there! 🙂