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Repossible | Meditations

Repossible | Meditations
This entry is part 1 of 8 in the series Meditate

9 x 17 minutes of personality-transforming goodness.

It’s August 10. Yesterday, I wrote for the first time in two months. It’s kind of a big deal for me (to not write). I feel the pull, the need, the draw to let it out.

To let go.

Here we go.

Yesterday, I also had a clear meditation. It’s all I shoot for on a daily basis: One Clear Idea.

One of my ideas (yes, some days there are more than one … bonus!) was creating a meditation for each of the 9 books in the Repossible Series.

Just for kicks, here they are:

  1. Ask
  2. Dare
  3. Create
  4. Decide
  5. Meditate
  6. Spark
  7. Surrender
  8. Play
  9. Elevate

Yes, there are 11 books currently in the series but Repossible and Every Single Day are more like an (1) introduction and (2) autobiography or my own Repossible journey of the 9 steps to the Repossible Process.

Repossible Meditations

In the past two months (of not writing), I’ve been quietly simmering over where my strengths are. Here, I’ll list what I’ve found:

  1. Voice: not just what I’m saying but how I say it. You’d think I have a background in theater. Maybe I have a future in it. I love narrating audiobooks and have received such glowing feedback that I want to create meditations.
  2. Inspiration: I’m a born cheerleader. I’m honestly not sure why, but I really enjoy helping people and, I know this is cliché, making the world a better place.
  3. Positivity: not much can get me down–and I’ll share that positive (goddamn) attitude with you if you’d like.

Here’s the “hard part” for me. I’m not musically gifted. At some point, I learned how to play the Pink Panther theme on the piano. It was OK.

I want to team up with others to make these meditations a “production.” Somewhere along the lines of spoken word, guided meditation, theater, musical, church chorale, and motivational speech/talk.

Sound like fun?

I think so.

I’m writing this here today as my “make a mark in the sand” that I’m going to do this. Usually, when I write I learn what it is I want to do. That’s what I’m doing here.

Gee, where have I come across this idea before? Oh yes: Create.

See what I did there? I’m referencing my own work. Because I HAVE work.

I want to create meditations to help people, to create the “production” and because I think I’d be good at it.

There you have it.

How’s your morning going so far?

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