We launched the DIY Repatterning on Nun Karma a year ago, and I’m delighted to know that many hundreds of people have viewed or downloaded or incorporated it into their lives. So it seems like time to look at what this particular Repatterning perspective has meant to me personally.
Yes, there have been some big changes in this past year. I find intensified spiritual pursuits, exploding creative expression, courage, friendships and an exciting new business opportunity. I’ve moved, learned how to charge what my work is worth in the bigger marketplace and am excited to be attracting more and more of my ideal clients. I’ve even created another Repatterning book anyone can use (www.foodrepatterning.com ).
What I let go of were the residual vows of obedience, poverty and silence. I stopped hiding my own needs and feelings. Yes, there is the “good of the whole,” and I serve that better by being true to my self (talents, experience, education, intuition) than by obeying outdated rules and authority figures.
Last week I attended the Inaugural Quality Conference sponsored by the Women’s Health Council of RI. I had written their website and all the collateral materials. During the Conference, the over-riding theme – speaker after speaker – was of the need to create a new environment in which desperately needed change could happen in the healthcare industry.
I realized that when you do a Nun Karma Repatterning for yourself or your clients or your friends, you are creating a new internal environment. One that is free of outdated rules and thinking – so your energy is liberated and you can focus on the new opportunities life holds for you.
Like becoming the leader who helps the seeker in industries like healthcare “drop the silos,” so more integrated modes of thinking and practice can emerge.
I’m wondering how you too may have benefited from this new internal environment?