Courage and How to Keep It
Hi, it’s Joeaux here. Today I want to talk about courage and how to keep it.
I’ve often been told that people see me as courageous. And, maybe it’s because I went from the corporate world into the woo-woo world, I don’t know.
But, I don’t see myself that way at all. I see it more as an expansion out of my comfort zone. And when we expand out of our comfort zone, that’s where we grow. That’s where it’s really fun to play and a little bit scary.
Flow with the Universe
It does take some courage, of course, because you exist within a life wave that is constantly moving. You have a personal vibration that rises and falls with that wave and you are riding the natural flow of the universe.
So what happens is, you’ve got this wave going like this, right? And it takes courage to go up that wave, and you’re learning, you’re growing, and you’re feeling it.
You get so excited, you’re at the top…you’re about to break through, and just as you break through you actually have kind of a little bit of a letdown after that, because then you’re looking for the next thing. That’s just the natural ebb and flow of the universe.
Get Out of Your Comfort Zone
And the courage comes in, when you’re down here in this valley, to start climbing the hill again, for the next great thing… because if you stay in the valley, you get stuck.
That’s how people become depressed. You’ve got to get a little bit out of your comfort zone in order to move to the next wave.
And that’s how I think of it. I don’t think of it so much as being courageous as much as I do of riding the life wave, the frequency that you have that fits into the universal wave that’s happening, on the planet, in the world.
Ride the Wave of Life
So, I would just say, take a deep breath, the next time you need courage, and breathe through…Marilyn and I call them breakthroughs.
We never say we’re having a breakdown (although sometimes it feels like it). We always say we’re having a breakthrough, because that helps us get the courage we need to go on to the next stage. Cowabunga.
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