Rebel Millionaire

Hi. Hmm. Hello. Okay. Sometimes I get really shy. What do you mean you accidentally clicked on it? It was divined. It's not possible that you clicked on it accidentally. Why, why, is my wifi choosing right now to freeze? What's happening? Reset. Oh my God. Hello, Tamara. Georgine, this jacket is so old. This is like my old faithful. But thank you. I love it. Hi, Tamara. This is like the other side of my studio, you guys. I'm here in my studio. My throne is right there. I nearly just picked up the laptop, and I was like, "Look, there it is." Okay, wait. Hold your horses. Or your wine. Or whatever else do you have. What do you have?

Leah, I must admit that when you commented on my post about the ribs, and you said that's awesome, I was like I don't get it. Where's the pun? What's the catch? I don't get it. And I was like, "I think she's being serious." I don't know if I've ever seen it before. Not on a normal Facebook post. I had to read it three times. And then I was just honestly so thrown that I couldn't reply. Mermaid cushions. Are they? These are some pretty cool cushions. I'm gonna share this over ...

Looks good, doesn't it? This is my backup set. You were fucking hungry. I was devastated. Devastated. I was in shock. I thought ... 100% I was like, he's joking. So, for those who missed it, I went to my favourite steak and ribs place for dinner tonight, where I go like, maybe four times a week. I really like ribs. And I know the restaurant manager there, Matt, extremely well. Of course. Because I go there so often.

And he was like, "Oh, have you seen our new menu?" And I'm like, "No, whatever. I don't need the menu. I have the same ribs every time I go there." He's like, "No, we don't have ribs on the menu anymore." And I'm like, "Oh, ha-ha." He's like, "No, no. We really took them off." I'm like, "No you didn't. You're just joking." And he's like, "No, no. We took them off. It's minimum four." And then sometimes I might order them up as well. They don't even deliver up, except for me. Obviously. Anyway. I manifested the fucking ribs. Obviously. Obviously. Where am I? I'm in my house.

Here I am in my house. Welcome to the show. Okay. I'm in my gangster outfit. Which just means like shiny black all over. With a wild top on. It says wild. Except I have my fluffy pink slippers on, because it matches the painting. By the way, how talented is my sister-in-law, Rachel? She's an artist, and I commissioned this piece behind me. She made it for me. I don't think I've ever shown it before, because I kind of got the painting delivered, and then I just took off, travelling. As I do. There's another one just over there in the corner. It's leaning up against the wall. You can't see it properly.

No, well then what happened with the ribs ... I'll show you the rest of the room in a moment, because you're in a different side of the studio. Yeah, but I've got a top on under it. What's the problem? So, what happened with the ribs was, he's like there's no ribs and no steak. They're pink slippers, Jason. Pink slippers. Matches my pink hair tie. Yeah. I thought he was joking. It's like, it's a steak and ribs place. That's what it is. You can't even make this shit up. When the hell does a steak and ribs place take steak and ribs off the menu? The ribs and the steak, they took off the menu.

So, obviously I'm laughing at it, because I go there all the time. And it's a steak and ribs place. He's like, "No, no. We're trying burgers and pizzas." I'm like, "Yeah, good one." He's like, "No, really." So, then I start looking around at people's tables. I'm like ... because I knew for sure he was just trying to mess with me. Because we always have a good chat. We're good friends. So, I'm like, "He's just messing with me." I'm looking at people's tables to find the ribs, and I'm like, "I don't see any ribs." He's like, "No, no. I'm serious." I was in horror. I was just in a state of being frozen in horror. What's the word for that? There must be a word for it.

I was in a shock state. Tremors were coming upon me, largely because I thought I was gonna cry, because I wanted ribs. And anyhow, long story short, I already wrote it on my personal Facebook. Ribs were delivered to me. He went and got them for me. Form another restaurant, and brought them there. All right, and here we are. So, that's roughly the whole story. I'm really not remotely in the mood to talk about anything much at all, so I feel like it's gonna be one of those live streams which is gonna be just very interesting. Having a day of being fucked with by the shenanigans crew.

Leah, I said to Alyssa afterwards, it must be topsy turvy day. And then she was like, "What's topsy turvy day?" And I'm just thinking, "Who raised you, girl?" What kind of child doesn't know what topsy turvy day is? And then I'm like, "Well, maybe I never told her." Because all this random shit just kept happening. Everything weird kept happening. So, then we make it through dinner somehow. I got my food, but the children's burgers that they always normally order had been changed into sesame seed coated burgers. Like kids burgers with sesame seeds on top. Has anybody ever heard of such a ridiculous idea?

So, of course both of my little precious offspring, who are reared in a manner in which they have come to expect that whatever they desire will be delivered to them, forthwith, and it is. They were not impressed, shall we say. At the sesame seed topped burgers. In fact, it's fair to say they were appalled. If my father was there, he would've said, "Bernard." And I would've said ... Nevermind. It would've descended. Only very few people have got that joke. Maybe Leah. But anyway. We would've both agreed that we're appalled. He would've said, "How do you feel about it?" And I would've said, "I'm appalled." And I would've said, "Well, how do you feel?" And he would've said, "Well, I'm appalled." And we both would've said, "I'm appalled." Anyhow. If you can name the show, I'll be very impressed that I'm not the only one who watches weird stuff.

So, that happened, and the sesame seed burgers were not a hit. Nobody ate them. By the time we got to the end of the dinner, and we discovered that they don't ... Okay. The one with the minister. The minister. The one with the minister, the British show with the minister. Now I don't remember the name of it. There's definitely a minister involved and then his off, right hand guy is called Bernard. And there's just this ... Surely if you watched Faulty Towers, you watched the one ... Minister. Sometimes with a minister. I don't know. Somebody knows. Tell me the show.

There were books as well. Get your wine. It's all gonna go haywire momentarily. It's just very funny when my dad says it. And then both of us go back and forth. Yes, Minister. Exactly. Yes, Minister. Right. So, then dad and I ... It's nothing to do with [Bernicky 00:08:23]. Dad and I would just go back and forth, back and forth, agreeing that we're both appalled, and we just think we're hilarious. That's really the whole story. That's all you need to know. But by the time we got to the end of the dinner, even my eight year old daughter, she says ... Oh, that's right. Because they had no chocolate ice cream. They've changed the children's ice cream menu, to no chocolate. They've got strawberry, but it's like some sort of woo-woo strawberry, and, wait for it ... Hazelnut. On a children's dessert menu. These are your two options. Weird woo-woo strawberry, which can't even possibly be explained, even if you asked me to, and hazelnut.

So, Alyssa says, "The only thing I can possibly consume at this restaurant from here on out is the water." She's eight years old. I was like, I'm dying, I'm laughing. And then we went to the grocery store and more weird shit happened, and basically I said it was topsy turvy day, and she didn't know what it meant. And then it was just ... I couldn't even, even, with the whole world. I had to go home and put the children to bed, and now her I am. So, check it out, because I'm gonna talk about the burn, and the pain, and I don't even really feel like it, but it's just the title that came to me when I was in the toilet.

There's my throne, so now you know where you are in time and space. Do you see where you are? That's where I usually am over there. There's all your fancy lights, there's one big fancy light up there. There's another one, and there's a ring light there. I'm live streaming without a fancy light on me. Who would've thought? I just felt like sitting on the couch. I felt like everybody's seen enough of the throne. Driven by the burn. Okay. Where are we gonna go with this conversation? I was thinking about various forms of pain today. I was triggered today. It happens to me from time to time, and I always flip it straight into gratitude as soon as I get triggered by something, or I feel uncomfortable by something.

Well, firstly I might have a little hissy fit, or crack it, or get upset, or whatever the trigger is. It's not usually very, you know, emotive in a big way. Not a huge reaction. But there'll be some sort of little blip, right? You know, maybe you see something online, or you see something out in the real world, whatever that is. Or something occurs to you, or maybe you say something, that's kind of like, "Why did I say that? Now I sound like an idiot", or now I look like an idiot, or maybe they now think that I meant this, and actually I meant this, and maybe they're analysing it, and maybe they don't give a fuck about you because they're pretty obsessed with themselves.

But anyway, these are the thoughts that the mind does. And then you just feel that like, ugh. And I don't know about you, but sometimes when I get that feeling, I then can't remember why I have the feeling, right? So, then you know when you carry around this weird feeling of like, I know that I'm triggered and I know that I'm upset about something, but I'm now not sure what it is, so I'm walking around feeling kind of naked and exposed. But I don't know if I have valid reason for it or not, and I wish I could fucking remember why I'm upset or why I'm triggered. I just know that there's a reason that this feeling's here and I've gotta shift it.

That might be just me. But I'd be curious to know. But anyhow, today I had a little trigger. It was like a little ... That's what happens. Energetically. You're just going about your day, you're cruising along, you're writing a blog, or you're doing your thing, you're walking down the street listening to client audios, whatever it is that you're doing. And sometimes happens, and it's just this kind of, uh. And all of a sudden, you feel like you're not on path anymore. You were merrily swimming in a sea of abundance and alignment, or seeking to as the case may be, and now you suddenly feel like somebody just grabbed you by the shoulder and pulled you off, you've kind of got this tug going on, and it's like, ugh. It's annoying, right?

So, then if you lean into the trigger though, it might get more annoying, and it might get upsetting. It might cause you to feel inferior, not good enough, same thing really. Frustrated, annoyed, disheartened, sad, et cetera, or worried, or whatever it is. I used to try and avoid those things. Or I used to get super reactive, in the sense that ... Okay. I feel like I've forgotten how to swallow. Something's happening inside of me. I'm sure I'll be able to manage it. Fear not. I used to get super reactive when I would get triggered. Like I would get reactive in the sense that I would probably retaliate to the trigger, which was not always necessarily the most useful thing, particularly because typically, or often anyway, frequently, the person who's triggered you has no fucking clue, because it's just some random post that they put on Facebook.

So, then I would retaliate though, via response, text, of minimum 2000 words. I don't mean private text message, I mean post on Facebook, right? You know when you do a Facebook post, you're just hoping that one person will see it, or some people will see, right? I used to do that. I would do a rant, or kind of a defensive post, or kind of a let me make my point sort of post. That is actually a really good way to avoid letting a trigger work on you. And letting it serve the lesson that it came along to serve. And all of these things come along to serve as a lesson, right? So, if we don't gain the lesson from it, or if we don't get the growth work that we're meant to get from it, then what can happen is we just ... or what typically does happen is we just keep on getting the same lesson again, and again.

It just keeps getting served back to us. Okay, I feel like nobody's talking to me. I feel like I'm being insanely boring. I'm now getting triggered by the fact that I'm pretty sure I'm being really boring, and I don't know what's happening. I feel like I've never live streamed before, or I've forgotten how to live stream. Do you think it's because I'm on the couch and not on my throne? But I really like to sit up here. I think it looks fancy. Am I being boring right now? Tell me something you want me to talk about, because I feel like I've lost my way completely.

I'm getting really squirmy inside of myself, and I'm getting kind of like ... Yeah, super self conscious. I just feel like I wanna dance and sing, and have some people around for a drink. But that'll be, maybe tomorrow night. Meanwhile, literally nobody's even commenting. However, the numbers are somehow weirdly going up slightly. So, I feel like you've all banded together and you're just refusing to talk to me on purpose, but you've got some kind of conversation thread going on behind the scenes on fucking telegram, or telegraph, or telepole, or whatever that app is that everybody's using without me.

Okay, no. The comments are all over here. My communication chakra might be out of whack. Okay, there was no comments on the phone. All right, I'm clearly just a bundle of insecure nerves, because as soon as I don't get a comment for like 10 and a half seconds, on my phone, I'm like, "Everybody hates me." But they're all over here on the laptop. Okay. Thank you. It's only 12:12 here as well, Jamie. Except not really, it's 9:12. All right. You're captivated. Georgina says, "Everybody's captivated", and Addison says, "Everybody's enthralled." Carla says is my communication out of whack. I don't know, where is the communication chakra? I know where the heart one is, I know where the self expression one is. Where is the communication one?

I know where the sexual one is. I'm all over that shit. Burn. Okay. You guys are helping me out. Thank you. I just didn't know the comments were coming over here. What's with that Facebook? It's trying to screw with me. What was I talking about? I feel revived. I feel like I've had an injection of self love and confidence, and enthusiasm. Maybe the injection of love came from you guys and not from me. Maybe I'm getting validated right now, and I need to address my own self love shit again. Instead of allowing myself to be validated. Oh, even the wine at the restaurant had changed to terrible wine.

I normally get the grated pepper jack [Chiraz 00:16:32]. It's $25 for a glass, and it's amazing. And they pour a big glass, so $25 is pretty reasonable for an oversized glass of wine. But it's not cheap for a glass of wine. They didn't have a single glass of wine that was over eight dollars 50. I was honestly like ... where's the kind of better wine? I find it very scary, and I said this to the guy, who like I said I know. The one who went and got me my ribs from a different restaurant and brought them to me at the restaurant. I said, "I find these prices a little scary, Matt. They're a little scary cheap. What's happening? Where's the good wine gone?" He's going, "I know." The owner's just changed everything. They're trying to cater to a cheaper crowd.

So, I couldn't even drink any wine at the restaurant. I had half a glass. So, now I'm just having some ... Of course, I only drink fucking Solo wine's Prophetic Wine. So, I'm having Witches Falls. I mean, ti's the best title ever for a bottle of wine, isn't it? Witches Falls Prophecy. I drink the [inaudible 00:17:36] as well. Isn't it much more fun when I'm not talking about the topic? Okay, let's get back to the topic though. How did I put the banner on the live stream? [German 00:17:44], no idea at all. [German 00:17:46]. We switch to German when we feel like it.

[German 00:17:52]. Somebody did it for me. I don't know. But something to do with Facebook Creative. You could Google it, I imagine. So, anyway. It's so nice to wine. I know, I know, you cannot buy a glass of wine for eight dollars 50 in a restaurant, Jason. It's upsetting, it's unbecoming to the wine, and it's probably unbecoming to your own self if you would drink the wine, because it's gonna be full of shit for that price. It's just, the whole situation was just upsetting to behold. So, the triggers, okay. I feel revived. I feel a little concerned that I got validated by comments in a really big way, when I should only be validating my own self, so we'll work on that later. We'll work on it later. We'll work on it later. We'll work on it later. We'll work on it later. We'll work on it later. I'll give you some affirmations. Love thyself.

That's probably [inaudible 00:18:45]. And actually I do. Yay me. And we already talked about that earlier today. I did the self pleasure blog. It wasn't really about self pleasure, but I was certainly thinking about self pleasure, and it was about self pleasure. The whole thing was about pleasure. Depends whether you mean masturbation or not, when you're talking about self pleasure. But that was definitely part of it, and it was involved. So, the trigger thing. If you don't ...

Okay. If you don't learn the lesson ... Just making sure everything's in order because I'm getting overheated. If you don't learn the lessons that you need to learn ... All right. Now I'm clashing with the painting. I don't match the painting at all. This is gonna have to stay on. This is why I can't sit in front of this painting normally. My art clashes with the other art. If I would turn my back to you, I feel like what's on my back would totally go with that art. No. Nope. Okay. I don't know what country you're drinking you're wine in, but you cannot go around having a glass of wine for eight dollars 50 at a restaurant in Australia. It's not acceptable.

If you're in a different country, I'll give you permission to have something for eight dollars 50, depending on where you are. Because sometimes wine here is expensive, right? So, if you see a glass of wine for eight dollars 50, that is a cheap ass, dodgy ass wine that you don't wanna drink, that's for sure. It's upsetting to see that price on a menu. Okay. If you don't learn the lesson from the fucking trigger, it's going to keep coming back at you, right? So, to ...

Okay, I was frozen in a most unflattering position just now on my own phone screen. So, it was just a little bloop of a trigger. Exactly it made that noise, as I was walking about doing my business. Which was largely that I wanted to sit in the sun. That was roughly the entire business for the moment in time. And I thought to myself, "Ah, don't even need to think about that. Whatever, put it aside." And I did, for a moment or for several hours, or whatever. And then it just presented itself merrily back to me. Via reappearing in my Facebook feed, like a mother fucker. Just so that I could be reminded again of the trigger, and this time it was like, ugh. Exactly like that, like an annoying fly on your shoulder.

And you're just like, "Brush it away, brush it away, brush it away. I don't need to know about this shit. You can mosey on along to another feed, not my feed." But then, then, then, I went and did some inner stuff, [meditationy 00:21:13] sort of zen situation that I had myself in, in the afternoon. You don't need to know all the details, and then from there, something occurred to me, which I found simultaneously fascinating and infuriating. Fascinated and infuriating. Which was that perhaps this trigger had been given to me for the opportunity of growth, which is always the case, actually. I think you'll find. I don't really care for the fact that these comments are not coming up here.

Trigger sound bites. Exactly right. The lessons will keep coming back until you learn them. I'm just ignoring the comments about my top. It's not like I was showing anything anyway. God knows I've shown a fuckload more than that on my own streams before. Largely by accident. All right. Check out my black and gold cushion. How do you like my styling of my own couch? I styled this couch myself. I styled myself with my black shiny leggings, and my wild top. I won't flash it to you again since you're all getting so concerned about it. And I styled this black and gold cushion to match that, and then I brought this pinky cushion in to match it. Now here we are.

So, all your lessons will keep on coming back until you figure them the fuck out. If you don't shift and learn from what you were supposed to, from each lesson or trigger that presents itself to you, then it's just gonna be like a persistent child in a candy store, just tugging on your leg, except in a much more annoying way and impacting you, potentially in your ability to make money. Something's beeping. Let's ignore it. Potentially in your ability to make money, or receive in other areas, or whatever it is. So, as I went into my zen meditation period within my day, it occurred to me, what if I was grateful for the trigger? Hmm?

How do you feel about that? What was the most recent thing you were triggered by? Do you wanna tell me? Put it in the comments. Let's hear. What was the most recent thing where you were like ... Or maybe you were like fuck you. Or maybe you were like ... it really deflated you and it made you feel sad. That's okay. You can own it. We all been there. We've all been there. Share your triggers. So, this thing was just kind of uncomfortable and annoying, but I wouldn't say it was majorly triggering me, but it felt a bit ... It felt like it was throwing me a little bit. You know where you get thrown and you're kinda like, I was on my path, I was completely doing my thing, and just like la, la, la, happy. And now I feel like hmm. Hmm, do I need to think about that? No, I don't want to because it's annoying, so I'll put it aside, but then Facebook just brings it back to you on your news feed, helpfully.

And then you go and you try and do your inner shit, and your meditation shit, and your zen shit, and you're like ahhh, and then it's like knocking on the door inside of your head. And so, it occurred to me that I could be grateful. I do indeed know ... Jamie says her most recent trigger was somebody's face. I love it. Jason says, "WB." I've got no idea what that means. Georgina says, "I think you know." I think I do. I've got to admit though, Jamie, I'm frequently triggered by people just from them existing, and frequently inside of my head I feel like saying something to somebody. Like, can you please just not exist near me? And that's 100% my own shit, for sure.

Because I do it to random people who did nothing at all. They didn't even bump into me, they did nothing. They were just existing in their own time and space, like being a perfectly lovely, wonderful person, quite likely. Or maybe a complete asshole, but how would I know? They were not doing anything to me, and I'm just like, "Stop existing near me." Is how I feel about the matter.

I suppose it's typically when I'm having one of those days, or afternoons where I shouldn't be seen around people, and I should hide myself from the world. Or something like that. Jamie was triggered by somebody's face in their email. That's awesome. Just look at you with your face, right there in the email. So, mine was may be somewhat similar to that. I was definitely triggered by a person for just being a person, and I was like, "I'm sure you're a perfectly lovely person, but I just don't care for your personness right now." And then you see your own ridiculousness, and you're like, "Just put it aside, just centre yourself and be a fucking adult, or a professional, or whoever you're supposed to be imagining that you're being for the day." And then it just keeps coming back and you're like grrr.

So, anyway, I decided to flip it into gratitude. And it was actually a real thing, right? It wasn't like I'm going to try and flip this into gratitude, or let me find a way to be grateful for this discomfort. Was I grateful for the person? Maybe. Yes, no I think I was. It was genuine gratitude that came along to me. It was kind of like, ahhh. It was an Unagi moment, for sure. Like, Unagi. Right? It was a moment of realisation and recognition, like ooh, this is good. And do you know why I realised it was good? Because of the burn. Hence the title of this live stream. Let's say it all together. Burn. Okay. Lately my voice has been doing weird things. Two days ago it broke, like a teenage boy. My voice just broke, mid live stream. It was pretty embarrassing. And now I don't know what that was. It sounded like a small piglet grunting.

Okay. People copying me, says Julie. That's a definite trigger alert. Trigger alert. In fact, even today when this happened, I may or may not have audioed my friend saying, "Trigger alert." And then I felt like an idiot. Spicy salmon roll. Exactly. Unagi. I thought it was salmon skin roll. Hmm. We gotta watch some Yes Minister, and some Friends. It's obvious. Yes. Okay. Got it. On the friends and the fuckwits.

So, I just 100% did flip into gratitude, and the reason for the gratitude was that I realised how good the discomfort was. It actually reminded me in that moment of the feeling, or kind of the philosophy that I have around the days when I do like six to eight hour day getting tattoo work done on me, and often it's about six hours, but the longest I've done I think is nine. So, let's say somewhere between six and eight hour sessions, where we'll have like a five minute fucking break, two or three times throughout, and that's it really.

And it reminded me of that, because the way that I've worked to get through that, and even to open up and embrace it, not just get through it, has been by opening myself up to the pain, right? Like I think the first time that I did ... I mean, I had like two little tattoos. One from 20 years ago, when I was 18, and one from about 11 years ago. But they were tiny. So, then when I started doing all the big work that I've now got all over my upper body, the first one which was on my shoulder, was a five hour session. That I just found so painful, I found it so traumatic. For some reason, the next morning my gums were bleeding like a mother fucker. I felt like I'd been hit by a truck, my body was so not used to it. I was just really whacked from it for several days.

But I was fine overall. It's not like I couldn't function. But it affected me. And then the next time when I came back ... And I really felt all the pain of it, right? I just found it such a painful experience, but the next time when I came back, I guess I was kind of psychologically prepared for it, and it was gonna be a longer session ... I think that was the first eight hour one, and I really just decided I'm gonna open myself up to this pain, and I'm gonna embrace the pain. And I didn't know if I'd fully decided that in advance. I know I had kind of psychologically prepped myself in advance, and thought about it. But it was within the first hour or so of that day that I noticed I was continually pulling away internally from the pain, and just kind of like we do when something triggers us online, right? Or offline.

Where you're like, ugh. You wanna avoid it, or it might just be a little bit annoying like that, which is how I felt today, just a little bit annoyed. But it could be a bigger thing, and then you feel really disheartened, or really sad, or really upset or whatever it might be. And so, you pull away, right? Or you turn away, or you kind of try and withdraw and you distract yourself with other stuff. And in this case, with the tattoo thing, back then that's what I was sort of trying to do. I was trying to pull away internally. You can't pull away physically, or you're gonna screw up the fricking art work, right?

And all of a sudden, I had this Unagi moment. Complete fricking hashtag Unagi. And the Unagi moment was ... and if you don't know what an Unagi moment is, then just chat amongst yourselves and figure it out. Hello. I did say trigger alert out loud. I'm definitely not as cool as I purport to be. That's for sure, right? I might walk around presenting myself to the world as somewhat of a badass. I'm pretty certain it's not true, and if I was interviewed extensively on the matter, and required to prove myself, really all I'd be able to present as evidence is probably this jacket, this gold bling-bling cushion, and my tattoos.

But probably get through on that. Just a little side tip there, just so you know. Total nerd. That's the problem. Just sneaks out from time to time, and it is what it is. We all have to live with ourselves in the end. So, anyway ... Oh my fucking God. Okay, my friend, who I said trigger alert to, has messaged me saying, "Oh my fucking God", right now. It just came through them. She must've had a trigger alert as well. We'll find out later. I'm not gonna read it now. I can just see the top of it. From time to time the geekyness just slips out, but I feel like I mask it well, and nobody's really quite certain what's going on.

Is she secretly like a massive bookworm nerd? Well, actually that part's true. Who sits largely at home watching old episodes of Yes Minister with her father. Well, he lives in another state, but still, on an energetic level perhaps. Or is she a total gangster badass who's just out there taking on the world, and doing whatever she wants, and making millions of dollars? Well, the millions of dollars part for sure. Gangsta badass? That's just a freaking thing that you put on. Right? It's like stepping into a performer. Oh my God, should we get back to the trigger thing in a moment and talk about something about sex for a second?

Because last night I was at an event about the bedroom and the sex things, and the enlightenment things, and being more sexual and sensual, and having more pleasure, blah, blah, blah. It was amazing, by the way. But people were talking about whether or not it's okay to be a performer sexually, either to perform to your partner ... you know, like to kind of put on a show. Or performing when you're having sex with your own self, which was an interesting concept for me, because it was like, "Do I? Do I perform when I'm alone?" I actually don't think I do. I genuinely don't think I perform for my own self during sex. I don't even know if I perform for anyone else during sex. I felt a little bit bad about it. I was like, "I don't think I do put on a show. I think I'm just authentic." Which could be a good thing.

But then people ... But no, performing is fine, because then people were being like, maybe it's not okay to be a performer, because they were saying it's not authentic or real. And I was still trying to assess my own sexual moves and whether or not I'm a performer. Okay, definitely have performed at times during sex. That's for sure. I feel like I need to bring out the performer more, the more that I think about it. But I was certainly feeling that there's nothing bad or wrong with being a performer during sex, or at any other time, because obviously I perform all the time, and that's really what being a badass is. It's just stepping into it.

And it's part of who you are. That's just one part of you. Be all that you are. Be a performer. Be the scarlet woman. Be the quiet book nerd. Be the person who embarrassingly yells trigger alert in a public place, if need be. So, it was actual gratitude, because I suddenly realised that this opportunity had been presented to me via the gods of Facebook. I'm not sure how many of them there are. The Facebook overlords, I feel, would be probably a more appropriate way to classify those people. Rather than Facebook gods. I have to rearrange my legs.

So, they had presented the opportunity for me to be triggered several times over, because I tried to ignore it, and then the stupid annoying post just popped merrily back into my feed and I had to see it again. So, I was like fine. Okay, I'll ignore it again. And then I thought about it later, and I was like, "Well, or I could be grateful." And I could imagine to myself ... I thought about the tattoo thing. I thought about how when I learn to lean into the pain of the tattooing, the long sessions, I became grateful for the way that it was strengthening me, and that's how I felt about it. In that moment, as I flipped into gratitude. I was like, yeah. This is strengthening me. This is making me into a warrior of inner power and strength, and resilience.

I don't think I used to word warrior, but I did send a message to my friend. I'll check what I even said, and maybe I'll read it to you if it's not too sneaky and cheeky. Well, it's kind of boring, anyway. I said I flipped into gratitude. That was the whole message. It's very boring. It's way more interesting the way I'm telling the story here. Because I just realised that all these things come along to teach us something and to help us to grow, and to become more grounded in who we are. Right? So, maybe you see somebody's post, maybe somebody's triggered by me right now. That would be an unusual thing, and probably the first time that it's ever happened, I would imagine.

Somebody should write me a letter and tell me about it, for sure. Don't worry, they already do. All the fucking time. Usually when they sign up as clients, and they tell me how much they couldn't stand me for three years prior to that. Not everyone, not everyone. Where's my comments? I'm getting no comments on my phone. Adidas and Lycra do go together. I have the matching pants for this jacket, you guys. I can go full gangsta. I wore them to a night club opening. It wasn't a night club opening, it was an app launch at Bootsy Bellows on Sunset Boulevard. A year ago.

They're like 18 months old, this jacket. How embarrassing. Whatever. But, old fashion. But always fashion. There's no point in time at which the three stripes are not in. But I do have the matching pants for them. They're low rider pants though. They're super low rider. You gotta stay as upright as a pin if you wear those pants. If you bend yourself just a little bit, your whole ass is hanging out the back end, which may or may not be a good thing. But it's an annoying thing when it's a windy evening and you're trying to wear some Tonne Ford shoes with a whole bling-bling black shiny Adidas, slash Adidas. Whatever it's supposed to be, get up going on, and you've got a bunch of bling chains on, and your hair in a top knot because somebody said that it looks fancy.

I'm just hypothesising. I'm not saying that that actually happened. So, anyhow, it's always a fricking opportunity to grow and become stronger, and grounded in who you are. If you ignore the triggers, when somebody triggers you ... That's right. I was talking about maybe I'm triggering somebody. I'm triggering people all the fucking time. They do seem to enjoy telling me about it. Well, sometimes my existing clients tell me the things that other people say about me, in enclosed Facebook groups or message threads, or wherever they are.

And I guess shocked and appalled, and then other times people tell me themselves how much I annoy the fuck out of them for how ever many years before they fell just wildly and haplessly, and helplessly in love with me. You're welcome. I understand, because sometimes I trigger myself as well, for sure. Sometimes when I watch my own replays, and I really was in full performer mode, sometimes I smack talk myself. But in a total self love way, because I do love and accept myself. I really just nailed that shit last year, actually. After much work prior to that.

So, sometimes though, I do smack talk myself. Sometimes I'm like, "Really? Like you really think that that was a smart move? Look at you. Who do you think you are?" But then I think what's happening is it's the performer within the performer, because I think when I'm smack talking myself, that actually what I'm doing is I'm kind of simultaneously playing several Seinfeld-esque type roles at one. So, kind of the voice of me that's smack talking the other version of me who was already on the live stream, that one is that new one who is doing the smack talking, is now quite impressed with her own hilarity and wittiness, and so she's becoming the performer, smack talking the other one.

So, then I get super clever at telling my own previous self off. It's kind of confusing, but if you think about it, it's very logical and entirely normal, I'm sure. But anyway, I do. I'll watch my own live stream replays probably half the time, because I have no idea what I fucking said, and then I like to see the comments coming in and what people had to say that I was missing. And it's not uncommon that I'll just be like, "Oh my God, I can't even look at this. This is so embarrassing to look at." Or it's annoying. There's been times for sure, many times, where I'm like, "Would you just shut up? Why are you talking so much? Can you ever possibly get to the point?"

Or if it pops on to my screen and starts talking, I'm like, "My God, she's so annoying. She just keeps talking, and talking, and talking." But I say it all with a smile, because I just still also do love it. And I accept it. And I just either way, and nevermind, I keep on allowing it out. So, there you have it. I think that's everything I came here to say. I'm not remote ... Oh my God. I've only had this one glass of wine, because I didn't even drink the wine at dinner, and I've already forgotten how to talk. I'm not ... What's happening? Told you it was topsy turvy day. I'm not remotely impressed with my own ... No, with Facebook's inability to show me the comments on my phone. It's kind of annoying having to look over here all the time.

So, the driven by the burn thing was simply, it is exciting to feel the pain, I think, right? I don't know. I get off on it. Not in a sexual way. Sorry, if anybody was hoping that. Nope. Not actually. In a life way, for sure. I find it exciting and fun, and definitely there's some ego in there for sure, I would say, about being able to take it, and enjoy it, and thrive on it, and I feel very self satisfied that I know that I'm getting stronger in situations where other people would flake out, or run away, and do exactly that, and I see them do that, right?

So, I feel satisfied with myself when I do like a six to eight hour session at the tattoo studio. I feel glad it's over, but I feel like I became stronger, and I feel proud of myself. And same with many situations in business and life. Many things that I've persevered through, which I just know other people wouldn't. And then I feel really good about myself. And this particular little minor situation today, which was sort of being relatively easy. I was gonna say so easy to brush aside and forget about as well, because it wasn't anything that's really even remotely connected to my world, but then it's so easy ... sort of so easy to brush aside, because really, things do keep circling back if we brush them aside when they kind of knocked on the door for a reason.

And instead, I allowed myself to feel it, and allowed myself to feel the discomfort, and to feel that trigger feeling, and to feel kind of that slight annoyance, or whatever it was, and really it's all fear. If we're being triggered by something and we're feeling discomfort or annoyance, or frustration, or whatever it is, being disheartened, it's actually all fear. It's actually all ... it all boils down in the end to some sort of version of maybe I'm not good enough, maybe I couldn't do that, or be like that, or show up like that, or whatever it might be, right? I think even when we're ...

Even Jamie said, she was triggered by someone's face. Where in there is there sometimes around how somebody else is showing up? And how you wanna show up, right? Just for example. So, for me, I find it really helpful and I think it was a good choice, to allow myself to then feel all of those feelings, and then to be like, "Oh, this is so good", because just like when I feel all the feelings of the tattoo work, it allows me to grow stronger, because I increase my ability to withstand that so called pain, I guess. Or I realise that it's not as painful as I thought, so I change my perceptions, I adapt, I do all these amazing things altogether. It was kind of the same thing, right?

I changed my perceptions, I adapt, I felt myself grow stronger, I felt myself grow more grounded in who I was, and so instead of something that was like a burn or a pain, or a discomfort, being that, and being a supposed bad thing or a negative thing, it became a positive thing, and it became something that was exciting, and that I genuinely felt grateful for that opportunity through the day to kind of heal or shift sometimes inside of myself, and become even more connected to my own self, my own soul, my own truth about who I am and how I get to show up in the world, right?

And I just think man, we have all these continual opportunities through the day and through, well, every day, and every week, and every month, and just day in and day out, to grown and to become stronger, better humans, more powerful entrepreneurs, more centred, more soul connected, et cetera. And if you allow each of those opportunities to be what they are meant to be, and what they came here to be, you become this ... Honestly, you just become an unstoppable success machine. Which I believe is how it's meant to be. I feel that that is meant to be the human experience, right?

So, I don't think that my, I guess, mindset, which is something that I've cultivated to a strong level, or however you wanna term it, for many years now. I don't think that it's anything special in a sense that it's not ... it is special, and it's special to me, and it's unique, and unique to me as well, but it's available for everybody, right? Yet when I go on occasion into environments with people who are not, I'm gonna say, as committed to their growth work as myself, or my clients, or my friends, actually it tends to shock me because it's quite rare for me to really connect in a deep way, or spend an extended period of time with people who don't kind of think and grow all day, every day. And continually up-level themselves.

So, obviously I would go out in the evening to places socially, or restaurants, or the beach, or an airport, or wherever. Clearly I'm around people all the time, but I would say that it's rare to be in a situation where you really hear a lot from people who are not like us, right? I don't know if you relate to this. But it's happened to me once or twice recently, and I found it quite shocking. Like eye opening, and almost like wow, I think I've become super naïve about how the world works. I think I've forgotten how little growth work the vast majority of people do, and how rare it is to actually continually up-level every single day, which is what I do, what my clients do, what my friends do. And I honestly think that 24 hours a day I'm doing mindset work and I'm up-leveling and growing. It's just become automatic, right?

So, for us, if you relate, for us then every single thing that comes along, becomes a growth opportunity and a healing opportunity, and I know with my friends and with my clients, and it's like a continual conversation every day, where it's like oh my God, this happened, and I felt this way, and it was like ugh, and then it's like hmm, and what I realised is blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. Right? Even random shit, like little road rage, right? I don't even mean something major, or maybe running late, or okay. I'll give you an example.

Last week, I was kind of snarky with the new babysitter who came along. A babysitter that I hired from an agency, and she ended up being like 20 minutes late, and I was going to a movie with my sister. And I was like, "I'm gonna miss the start of the movie." She's like ... Oh no, she was 30 minutes late by the time she got here upstairs. I kind of, I was [restrainededly 00:46:57] polite, but I kind of deliberately made my voice in a way where I showed that I was annoyed. And I knew that I was deliberately, I wanted her to know that I was annoyed at her, right? So, I was kind of being understanding, but in a snooty snort of a way.

And then when I left, I felt bad about it, and I kind of ... I was really nice to her right before I left, and I sort of tried to smooth over what I felt was my own bad attitude. And now, this is an example, right? Because then I left, and so I spent the drive to the movie theatre kind of going over it in my head, and then as I walk through the car park, I audio my friend. I'm like, "Right. So, here's what happened. Do you feel that I was in a state of ego? Or do you feel that it's fair enough for me to show my boundaries, and show what's acceptable to me when somebody's late? But then again, here's why I would be compassionate to her understanding of her being late, because of whatever such and such reason that I was giving her kind of like an out for being late." She wasn't just randomly late. There was like a whole confusion thing that had happened.

But it ended up being probably by the time I'd gone back and forth on audios with my friend about this, and then I spoke with my sister about it as well, while we had dinner, or while we had a drink or whatever. It ended up being probably 30 minutes of an analysis around this situation, which was not like fucking naval gazing, right? It was healing and correcting and understanding something like was I in ego? Or this is a trait that I didn't really feel that was attractive in myself, and then I was like, "Hmm, I notice that I do that from time to time." I used to do it a lot. I've shifted it massively, but let's say that you wait for ages in a queue, and then you get to the front of the queue, and you just kind of deliberately want that person in the checkout, the checkout person, to know that you're shitty about it, right? And that this is not okay, and I'm important, and I shouldn't have had to wait.

It's a very common thing that you see people do all the time. I very rarely do it at all anymore, but I definitely used to, and I see it a lot. I see it with people boarding planes, is another one. If there's been some sort of hold up, and so then I talked about that, and I kind of processed it, and I'm like, "Hmm, do I still do that? Because it's definitely not a trait that I desire to keep in myself if I do that." And it was just kind of this whole thing, and then it brought up something in my friend. And so then we spoke about that, and I don't know if it was that situation, or some other sort of similar, pretty low key situation, but recently I found myself saying to someone, "You know, this is not normal that people don't have hiccups in their day, or just random little disruptions or triggers, or they feel a bit bad about their own behaviour, and then they're not sure whether or not they should feel bad about it", or whatever.

But they don't then go an have an audio conversation with a friend about it, and turn it into a high level consciousness conversation. And then have all these breakthroughs and a-has and then connect it into some other part of their life, and then have a massive fucking revolution about something huge because you pulled at that one little string. That's not what people do. But that's what we do all day, every day. Every burn, every pain, every discomfort, every disruption, every little trigger gets turned into growth. And so, what I've found is that just through the process of being this person, that over the years, it's become, for a while now, a long time now I would say, like all day every day mindset work.

Everything is continually shifting and growing, and evolving, and the smallest things get to become kind of little threads that can be pulled on, and undo the biggest things. And sometimes it feels, I guess, kind of relentless or exhausting, or sometimes you just think, "Man, can I ever just move on and not analyse or seek to understand every single thing that comes along?" But it's not really about that. It's about being so committed to growth. Allison says, "That's the exact sort of friendships I want for me now." Well, I feel that you'll totally create that and call that in through Rich Hot Empire. And that's why I created the inner circle for as well. Not specifically continual shifting and up-leveling and analysis of little day to day situations, but that sort of environment, right?

Like a women's circle, or it's like women, men, whatever. But a circle of like-minded individuals who are connected by ... well, a like-minded desire, right? To continually grow and evolve. 100% of my friendships are like that now. I just can't even imagine a friendship that would be different. Yes, it's about sometimes just hanging out and being silly, and having fun, or whatever. Or just sometimes it's just kind of sharing what's going on, and connecting in that way. But honestly, every single thing that causes any, either of us, whoever's in the relationship, any sort of disruption or feeling of, "Oh, I don't feel quite in alignment now", or I feel like maybe that wasn't the best choice, or was I coming from this place? And what do you think? It's just continual discussion and continual evolution and growth.

So then, and that's exactly how it is in the inner circle, and there's a few inner circle people in here so you know this, right? But with all of my clients as well, in Rich Hot Empire, which you're in obviously Allison, it's a version of that. Julie says, "It's 24/7, even when I look like I'm doing nothing, I'm doing everything." Exactly. Right? Like I could be standing, waiting for something at the post office, or ... I usually wouldn't do that, so I'd send Serafina. But if I was, right? Or wherever I am, at a store or something, or pumping gas, or I don't know, getting changed in the gym, and you just continually kind of creating your life in your mind. And then on occasion, you go into an environment with normal people, not just okay, passing through the airport or whatever.

But where you're actually listening to people who are not like that, and hearing how they do life, and I do find it really shocking. Honestly, I do. I find it kind of like that, is how I feel. I kind of feel like, oh my God. How do you even live? And I guess I logically know that the way we think and do life is so different, but maybe I didn't realise it's so different, because I think you just adapt to, of course I'm gonna turn everything into an exercise and a lesson around alignment. What else would I do, right?

Of course every single thing that occurs or happens in my life is monetizable, if I want it to be, right? I don't take every single tiny thing in my life and turn it into content, or turn it into money, but a pretty good percentage. Of course, every random story, whether it's a funny story, or a silly story, or a an up-level story, whatever, of course that can be content. And money as well, right? So, I don't know, it's just ... I just think I'm so fucking happy to be the person that I am, and I'm so fucking happy to have created a community around me of like-minded individuals as well, because I think it would sound crazy if you were trying to explain this stuff to anybody else out there.

And of course, that's that's why many entrepreneurs end up alone. Hello, Sally. Hello, Kyra. I see you jumping on. Jamie says, "This reminds me of the beginning of our call on Tuesday." I'm in such a rambly mode. The live stream on Facebook, on my laptop computer over here says that only three people have been reached so far, from this live stream. I feel that that's quite a bunch of lies, actually. Because there's definitely like 28 people who are on right now live and there's been tonnes more before. So, my inner circle, if you don't know ...

Okay, that silver cushion was not supposed to be on screen. That was not part of my visuals that I decided. I wanted it behind my back. Let's fix that up. The inner circle is open, by the way, which is my private client, 12 month ongoing one on one mentoring. I have been actively promoting that for two days now, and I've had some amazing badass people reaching out about that. And starting to say yes as well. So, this is a really, really exciting time for me, because my inner circle is ... well, it's my most inner circle. My innermost circle, and it's exciting to really put some focused attention into the growth of the inner circle, for this current time. And just watch the badassery rise.

It is completely unlimited one on one access to me. It is the hottest and most badass mastermind in the world. Created by me, for driven entrepreneurs, creators, the crazy ones who just want more. And it's really the kind of thing to have an individual conversation about. So, there's not a whole lot more that I'm gonna say about it right now. If you'd like to know what it's like to mentor with me at the highest one on one level, then the best thing to do is ...

Actually, you can click on the cover photo, I think. Let me just double check. You can go on the cover photo of this page, or my personal page, yeah. And if you click on that, there's a little overview description. I'll even put a version of it here into a comment here. But really, you're just gonna message me, okay? You're just gonna send me a private message on my personal Facebook is best. Not this one ideally. I'm live streaming from my business page right now. But I do take messages on the business page, I just prefer them on the personal page. I prefer to have my personal conversations on my personal page.

Send me a message if you'd like to know more about the inner circle. I will send you a written overview that explains what it's about and how it all works, and what you get. Largely, you get being in my energy. You get me, you get coming into that space and that environment. You also get a tonne of other things, including amazing retreats and the next one is coming up in July. And then there's a video, or a couple videos even, where I talk about it more, and some other things that you can look at. But you can send me a message about it, and I'll get you all the details. So, I wanted to tell you about that.

Here's a small written overview. I'm popping it into the comment now. I really like the way this set looks actually, on my computer by the way. I should sit here on this couch more often. I've got so many cool bling-bling couches in this house. I've got two more really bling-bling couches way over there. So, right here behind this phone screen in my kitchen, and this is the studio, as you know. The throne's right there. And then, through the other room is a massive lounge. The big lounge. The main lounge, downstairs lounge. That has two hot as fuck couches on it. And this massive big painting that's over there, is supposed to sit above one of them, and I'm not sure why it's not up there.

And then there's another whole lounge room upstairs which nobody ever uses at all. Lounge room, living room, whatever it is. Anyway. I have the low down on all my living areas. And now you have the low down on the inner circle. It's in the page comment there. That's a small low down. If you want the whole low overview, you gotta message me about that. All right. I could ramble on and on all evening. Do I have anything else to say? Do you have anything else you'd like me to say? Tell me something interesting. Everything gets to be turned into a story about alignment. Everything gets to be turned into growth. That's really what driven by the burn meant, when I divinely had that title for a live stream given to me, whilst in the bathroom.

It was really just that everything gets to be turned into growth, and that I think if you embrace the discomfort or even pain, and you see it as purposeful, which it absolutely is and can be, then it becomes exciting. And that, to me, is kind of not even about the outcomes, right? Because the outcome of shifting through discomfort and pain, and triggers, or whatever it is, the outcome is actually like fucking abundance and the ability to receive. The outcome can be phenomenal, right? And absolutely will be, and it will connect into all areas, but for me, what's probably more exciting than that, to be honest, what I'm really driven by is not the outcome of getting through a period of growth, or discomfort, or pain, or whatever it might be. It's actually the feeling that I get from being in that moment, right?

Where I'm experiencing the so-called pain, and I'm like, "Oh my God", and I'm okay with it. I'm not only okay with it, but I've actually found a way to thrive on it, and to enjoy it. You know, it could sound a little bit masochistic? Or sadistic? Which ones the one that's to yourself? I don't know. I'm not up with my pain words, even though I'm driven by pain, or driven by purposeful pain. Right? So, it sounds a little bit like that. It sounds a little bit like ... trying to get off on pain for no reason, or something like that. I'm waiting to see if somebody tells me what word it is here in the comments. But it's not that. It's abour realising that these things generally are sent to serve us, and for us to grow, and that it's actually only positive.

You know, I think that we could really reframe the concept of pain and discomfort, and struggle, and realise that it's not a bad thing. It's not something to be scared of. No, it doesn't mean that it's gonna suddenly feel comfortable, or that if something feels painful that it will all of a sudden not feel painful. It's about realising that pain, purposeful pain ... it hurts, but then it feels better than what it hurts, right? It hurts so good. And I genuinely believe that. So, you can be feeling the pain and you're in the pain, but you're like, it's so good. It's doing me so much good, right? Same as working out. It's a really obvious example of that. Like, oh my God, I'm loving that I'm feeling this so much. Like oh my God. Fuck, I can't keep going, but it's so good. It hurts so good.

And you know that you're growing, and you know that you're becoming stronger. So, to me that's what it's all about, and frankly I'm really not interested in working with, or even collaborating, or communicating with anybody who would think that pain is something to be avoided, or that struggle is something to be avoided, or the discomfort is something to be avoided. To me, that's some of the most exciting stuff in the world. It's where you really have the opportunity to experience what it really means to be human. To experience growth, and to experience the incredible rush and the incredible power that does come from overcoming adversity, or looking I guess, your inner demons, or your inner insecurities in the eye, and pushing on regardless, on the path of alignment.

And I think maybe the final thing I wanna leave you with ... Alignment itself is such an interesting term that I feel like very few people understand. Alignment doesn't mean you're bouncing around on a fucking marshmallow cloud with unicorns, sitting by your side, and everything's la. Alignment is continual growth, right? And in fact, we're never fully in alignment. We're always slightly off course, and just adjusting, adjusting, adjusting, kind of like how a plane is never exactly on target for reaching it's destination, but then it does. It ultimately reach there, because it's continually aligning to the destination.

So, that's one thing about alignment. But also, the process of alignment itself is one that inherently contains and includes discomfort, and scary times, or confronting times. Or things that are thrown up at us to kind of test us and to help us to become stronger, and to help us become better equipped for the journey ahead, right? If you wanna create an amazing life, and you wanna forge ahead with all of the things that you have inside of you, you're going to need to have certain skills for that. You're going to need to be a person different to the other people out there. You're going to need to be able to handle, or endure, or overcome, but I believe also thrive on things that other people would run from.

And it really is a topic that I feel so passionately about, because I think that what actual pain is, in the sense of how most people would define the word pain, like what actually would fucking be painful is living your life in a way where you're not willing to face into adversity, or to face into discomfort, or to face into that growth because oh, it's gonna hurt. Or it's gonna feel uncomfortable, so no, I'll stay over here and stay in the safe zone. Or stay in the comfort zone, or whatever it is. And then okay, look how that life ends up turning out. That looks fucking painful to me. That looks painful in the sense of what people think pain is.

Actual pain, what I really believe pain is, in the way we've been talking about it, is so exciting, and it's so fulfilling, and it's so rewarding, and it's just like yeah, I'm doing this thing. I'm really in this life thing, and I'm fucking doing it. So, there you go. I'm gonna go and get more up in my life thing right now, which sounds really weird. I don't even know what it means, but I'm gonna go find something else that I'm gonna go do now, so thank you so much for being here. I feel like it was extra rambly for sure. I'm not sure if it was the change of scenery, or the jacket, or the wine, or the weird experience with the ribs. But whatever it was, it turned out exactly as it was meant to be, because it's always perfect. Everything is always perfect. And as it's meant to be. Which is another reminder when these things come along.

Okay. Thanks for watching. Thanks for watching, replay if you're in replay. Let me know if you are. Leave me a comment. I always like to look through my comments afterwards, so say something to me, let me know did this impact you? Did it give you something? Share with me what that was. Have an amazing, amazing rest of the day. I hope you get served up some really good fucking purposeful pain. Some massive triggers that are gonna piss you right off, and then you can sort that shit out, then you're gonna become stronger, and you're gonna join me as a freaking Adidas warrior. And tell me all about it.

And if you wanna join me in my inner circle, the most ... the most? The hottest and most badass mastermind in the world for creators, entrepreneurs, crazy ones, message me about mentoring with me one on one in my inner most inner circle. I will send you all the details. Message me on my personal page. Don't forget. Life is now, press play. Bye.

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Hi. Hello. Hmm. All right, welcome to the show. Welcome, welcome, welcome. I feel like it is going to be a fabulous show. Is it dark? What's happening? No? Yes? Not sure. Okay, let's get comfortable. Megan Underwood what's up? There's a name I feel like I haven't seen for a while. Comfortable as fuck. Am I in the dark? How's the lighting? It feels like it looks super dark on my phone screen. I'm obsessed with lighting you guys, obsessed.

Hey, Carly. Obsessed! I've just had the more hilarious afternoon ever. You can't even imagine the hilariousness of the afternoon. Okay, looks okay on my screen. Going to sit up straight. Thank you Emily, back at you. Queen to queen, hey Emma, hey Marie. Say hello if you're there people. Hmm, okay, okay, tell me there if you are there. If you're not there, I suppose you can't tell me to-

Why, why? I just made this face to Kelly. Thank you, I was doing filming all afternoon. Matt was over, my videographer Matt and Kelly was here as well. We were doing the most ridiculous shit. We were doing skits. So impressed with myself. And, I was going to say something important just then and now I forgot what it was already.

Why does the phone show a certain visual? And then when you look at it on the computer I can see other bits of me, and then I feel exposed. Because I'm like, like I don't have enough clothes on on the bottom half of me. That's for sure. If I sit with my legs open, it's going to be unfortunate for everybody. Or well it depends on your perspective I suppose. But anyway, I thought that I was perfectly only showing from there up, because that's what I can see on my phone. Now I feel obliged to hide behind my laptop just in case. But I'm just going to perch here and you know, somewhat, careless Marilyn Monroe-esque fashion, like I'm just casually laying here when actually I'm holding everything perfectly together.

Am I going to learn something? Why would I learn something? I don't understand. I'm teaching all the time. So your soul always knows. I just did the best skit on your soul always knows. I'm so impressed with my own hilarity right now. So Kelly, one of my best friends, and Matt, who's my amazing videographer, they've been listening to me go on and on and on for a very long time about how funny that I think that I am and that I want to do skits. I want to do little funny videos that you guys will share all over the internet and they'll go viral.

Okay, I'm super happy with my hair today as well. That's what's happening. There it is, all of it. It looks even better now that it's shook out, feel my head spinning a little bit.

We just filmed four skits, and one them, and I wrote the scripts myself. I mean there was really no script, but there was a concept. We went all in. For one of the skits that Matt and I were filming before Kelly came around, we had me doing a scene typing at the computer, a scene cutting an apple, a scene with me in bed meditating with an eye mask on. A scene on the couch where I was eating honey-soy chips and honeycomb Maltesers, and drinking straight out of a bottle of wine, all at the same time, because it was showing like the stages of grief. Like an emotional meltdown to do with, well you have to wait and see. Right, it's funny as fuck though, or at least I think that it is.

We did that, and then Kelly came around and we did a little thing that was based somewhat on truth that we think is funny that we always do. And then I did a your soul always knows script, and I'm so impressed with my own self about this. I messaged, I had Kelly go upstairs and call me and be like a pretend client on the phone, on the speakerphone, and then I'd send her a bunch of questions to ask. No matter what question she would ask, I would sit there looking like a wise, profound person, because I am. I would say, so the questions I gave her were, "I'm not sure whether I should launch my low-end programme next to my high-level mastermind, what do you think?" Then it was a question about a man, then a question about a diet, then a question about being stuck, and then, "Should I cut my hair?" And whatever. No matter what the answer was I was like, "Hmm, let me just tune in on that. Wait, I think you should check in with what your soul says, because your soul always knows." Then she would be like, "Wow, you're so wise Kat. You're just so connected." And I was like, "I know. I've been doing this work for a long time."

I'm so impressed with how well I held it together while filming these skits. I did burst out laughing a few times, but we had the best time ever. I just had two hours of hilariousness. I was like, "How is this even work?" And I don't know if it technically is. But I don't know if anything technically is. And then what was hilarious beyond hilarious, after that, is as they were leaving and I was going down to the basement to swipe them out of the car park, Kelly's saying something about whatever situation in her life, and I was like, "Well your soul knows the answer Kelly." Then I was just laughing even more. But I'm like, "But it's true. This is funny because this is real." Things are funny because they're real.

So I'm feeling kind of pumped, kind of high-vibe. And I'm kind of impressed with myself as well because I've been saying for at least a year, and lots of people have heard me say this, especially my close people in my life have heard me go on and on about I want to be doing these little videos, with an attempt for my videos to go viral. I want to do the funny ones because I think I'm funny. And I want to do the inspiration and entertaining ones about, "Christine's not learned anything, who promised you that you were going to learn anything. Not me, but your soul always knows exactly what you need to learn. So go and learn elsewhere if you're not learning it here. It's fine, I'm completely fine with it either way, but I can't promise anything. I definitely can't promise learning." You know what, fuck it, I promise soul shifts and deep frickin transformation, and hilarity, and sometimes shenanigans. And by the way, by the way, whatever comes out will be exactly what you need.

Okay, she doesn't give a fuck. She's like, "Bye," she's just like, "I'm leaving." She doesn't know what she's missing out on. You can all send her a message and tell her if you like. I feel like this could be a good device for fixing up your hair so that you don't have to use your hand while you're holding your laptop in the other hand. It does hurt a tiny bit. Ohh, it actually brushes the hair a little bit you guys. I don't know that it was entirely designed for that. Okay, now there's hair sticking out of it and it's a bit wonky. If you look at it closely this [scept 00:07:11] has had a bit of a rough time of it. It's cause sometimes I get overexcited and I whack it on things. Not on people, don't worry, but if they were here in the room potentially someone would get a good whack with the sceptre. Tracy's already learned seven things.

Okay, so we have several things we need to discuss as a community you guys. I shall sit here in my throne and discuss them with you and for you. One of them is we need to decide what my new name is. I feel that it should be put to a vote. Do you think I should have a competition to choose my new name? I'm going to drop my surname, I'm going to drop my old surname which is still legally my current surname. And I'm not going back to the previous name before that because that was my first husband's name. And I'm not going back, even though it was a good name for internet marketing, was a great fitness name, which is what it was back in the day. And I'm not going back to my birth name, because it feels weird and it's like from a 100,000 years ago. I'm going to make up a new name. I'm going to keep Katrina Ruth as it is, Ruth is my middle name. I guess the only question is, what does my soul know that my new surname is meant to be. But I think that it should start with R, so then it will be Katrina Ruth something starting with R, because it sounds like nice for alliteration purposes for fame. I think it would be a good famous person name to have a surname starting with R.

If it wasn't for Ruby Rose, I would probably go with Katrina Ruth Rose, because Rose is a family name and it's also my daughter's middle name that I gave her. So I think Katrina Ruth Rose sounds really nice. It's not fucking going to be Ruthless, but thank you. Katrina Ruth Rose sounds nice, it's sounds kind of like a famous person's name, but I think that we can do better as a community. If you have any thoughts on that, there's a post about it in the daily ass-kickery, you can contribute. If I chose a name that you gave me, I would definitely have to give you something super cool as a prize for that. I can't just go walking around with a name that somebody else came up with without honouring it.

All right, moving along. What do you want to talk about? Why do you even need a surname? I want one. I want it to be Katrina Ruth something. Katrina Ruth Rules. No, I don't want it, no I want a new surname. I don't want to change my legal, because you got to have a legal surname. I don't want to change it to Ruth, because Ruth is my middle name and I like it like that, Katrina Ruth. My mum used to call me Katrina Ruth, not when I was in trouble either, just like sounds nice inside my head.

Fuck a duck, I dropped the sceptre. We'll switch, we'll switch to this.

Have a friend who legally has no surname. Is that right? Okay I didn't know about that. All right, so anyhow, okay this could be a good scratching device down your back if you wanted it to be. Props are everywhere here. Oh my God there's two of these things. You're supposed to have a duel. There's a fucking cape on the floor over there, but it looks stupid as fuck. Madonna's real name's not Madonna though, it's whatever it is. Have a friend who, okay, anyway.

The whole point of the whole point is, you can laugh about it all you like, actually my clients always make fun of me and say that no matter what they ask me I say, "Well just tune in and what would alignment look like. Or what does your soul actually say about this, or what does your soul know." And I'm like, "Well, but it's true." That's why I did the skit, because I was sort of playing into that. Obviously I do say a few more things than that one when I'm talking to my clients. And sometimes I don't even use the word soul, it has been known to happen on the odd occasion.

But the reality is, you have this blueprint inside of you for, I'm going to put that down because I'm going to be serious now. I don't want anyone over here to think I'm being funny when I'm being serious. Let's pause for effect. I've been drinking wine straight from the bottle during the day, for the purposes of my filming, so I'm feeling slightly buzzed. I think I only had that much, but I don't drink during the day. And I don't know if this is just me or is this normal, but whenever I do drink anything during the day, on the odd occasion, I can have the tiniest bit, like three sips which is roughly as much as I had, and I feel like I had two glasses of wine. And then when you are literally putting wine into your mouth with chips and Maltesers at the same time, it's just a whole unusual situation happening up in there.

Okay, we're going to get serious. I'm not changing my surname to Reagan, that's my friend's name, her actual name. It's not going to be Rice either, it sounds like a man's name, like a man. I don't want to be a man.

Okay, I'm going to be serious and professional as fuck. I'm going to talk about soul blueprints, maybe, we'll see if it comes out. Let me just tune in on that for a moment and see what does in fact come out. Okay, I've got it, I've got it. It may or may not be anything to do with your soul at all, but it will be precisely what it's supposed to be. By the way, by the way, Wren, Ruth, Katrina Ruth Aura. Somebody suggested Chai before. I was like, I didn't understand why, but it's definitely not going to be Chia, because I'm allergic to chai tea.

Okay, Katrina Ruth Riley, oh my goodness. It's got to be a new and unusual word you guys. A word nobody else knows or is using. Oh my god, I'm just seeing that my team has posted onto my page. Okay, [Mim 00:12:33], that Amanda France's Vegemite video that's on my page has a spelling mistake in it. Veget-mite it says, but Mim, do you want to drop the inner circle link. By the way, not a link, that's not a link at all. Description, comment, whatever it is.

The inner circle is open, it is open. You can message me if you would like to know about mentoring with me at the absolutely highest level in my one-on-one, badass, hard as fuck, inner circle mastermind. It is indeed open. Message me on my personal page is better. Ongoing one-on-one mentoring, unlimited access to me, plus access to the hottest and most badass mastermind on the internet. On, just like, on, I think my voice just broke. Am I a 13 year old boy? For different creators and different entrepreneurs who just want more, and are willing to do what it takes in order to create it, obviously.

Okay Jillian says, "To those who are even remotely considering joining the inner circle, just pull out your credit card and pay now." You can't actually technically do that, I'm sorry, you got to message me and we'll talk about whether it's aligned for you or not. And then I suppose you could pay. You know what I'm going to do? Here's what I'm going to do, here's what my soul is telling me to do, I'm going to start posting frickin case studies and testimonials of my clients every day. Give me an amen if you would like to see that because I don't normally do it and I've started to now do it, I'm going to just relentlessly, ruthlessly flaunt that shit all over the internet and inspire you with the badassery of the women that I know and that I get to mentor, but also I'm friends with and connected with.

I'm starting my new show Conversations with Badasses. I've had that name for ages, and I've even got a backdrop made that goes behind her on my stands for the Conversation with Badasses show, but it's got red hair on it, so I have to change it now anyway. I'm going to be doing joint livestreams with the most badass people I know, and that will be the show. You'll get to meet lots of people from the inner circle and lots of my cool badass friends and other people that I know. It's going to be conversations with badasses. But part of it will be that I'll be talking a lot about results from the inner circle because I don't normally do that, and I get amazing results so I'm going to talk about it. And I'm going to promote, promote, promote, and find the exact perfect people who are meant to join us.

Here's what else, here is what else, earlier today, I finally pulled my fucking finger out, ohh Raven, that's an interesting one. Raven, Katrina Ruth Raven. I'm going to think about that. Haven, what about Katrina Ruth Haven. Hmm, the perfect name is going to come to me, and so it is, it's done.

You know I just said that I indeed pulled my finger out. Is that an Australian expression, or does everybody understand that expression? I don't know if everyone knows what I mean. I pulled my finger out means, sounds kind of dirty, but what it means is that I just finally took fucking action on something that I'd been holding myself back from and denying myself stepping into soul alignment around, which specifically was what I just said earlier, the videos, the skits, the little comedy things that I've been wanting to do for ages. It was such a good feeling. Firstly, I mean what else would you want to be doing?

Okay, you did think it was dirty. It Aussie only. We have some weird expression in Australia I think, but whatever. Everybody does in their own way. What else would you want to be doing on a Friday, it's not Friday, but you could do it on a Friday, on a Wednesday afternoon except for filming hilarious stuff and just being creative and kind of acting. I guess I was acting, and I fancy myself somewhat of an actor. I'm quite certain I should end up in the movies at some point in time. And I'm going to play myself, so I need a good fucking name for that as we've just been discussing.

That was fun, it was really fun. I had so much fun it was crazy. We were just in hysterics. Matt was just shaking his head, he couldn't even believe the ridiculousness of the entire situation most of the time. That's cool, but really where it's critical actually to receiving, and to abundance, and to stepping into whatever the next level is that's inside of you that you know you're meant to live into is, when you're flaking out and resisting and avoiding stuff that your soul is telling you to do that you know you should do and must do, then you dial down receiving.

This is what I want to talk about. You can take the statement your soul always knows, and you can do whatever you want with that statement right. Your soul always knows what you should fucking eat for dinner. Hello Lily [Babcock 00:17:16]. Lily you know you posted last night, I'm pointing directly at you with my massive, it's actually not that big but when you point it like that it looks huge. I don't even know what this is. Is it a pitchfork? I don't need a pitchfork, let me get my sceptre back. Oh, it's way over there. Wait.

Okay, all right, here I am. Why do I have to sit up? I don't like sitting like a normal person. Now I've got sequins in my bottom though. Just like kind of chewing away at it. Trident. All right, what was I saying? I'm going to tune in on that. Fuck, what was I saying? Lily, you posted last night about your hair like a mermaid, but I wore my hair mermaid style last night for a podcast, and I specifically had that thought because I had it on a side ponytail and it was very mermaidy. The reason was all the sweat from the hot yoga, and I hadn't washed it yet. Now it's cleansed and it's beautified. But last night it wasn't washed, and so I did the only reasonable thing that a person can do, which is put it in a [plut 00:18:26] for two hours before the podcast interview, and then it looked mermaidy. Then afterwards you posted that your hair was mermaidy too. I was like-

Oh my god, there's seriously sequins in my ass. Okay, it's the life is now, press play cushion. If you haven't seen it, your mind will be blown. I feel like everyone's seen it, but some people probably haven't seen it. It's going to mirror language, but you're going to get the idea. Ah, ahh, amazing isn't it. It says, "Life is now. Press play," in the cushion you guys, in the cushion. I've performed this trick many times before, but there's probably new people here who haven't had the joy and the pleasure and the honour. It would be selfish and rude of me not to show it to them. Again, that was all biting my ass just then. I was sitting right on the sequins. Okay, so that's about Lily and the mermaid hair.

Then the other thing was and is, your soul does always know what you should do about anything. Your soul knows whether you say yes when somebody says, "Do you want to be on my podcast?" I just go with what my soul says. You can ask me anything anytime, and sometimes I'm going to say no to you for sure. I say no to lots of people. And then you might be brave enough to ask me again another time, people do that on rare occasions, most people are not, and then maybe that day I'm vibing with it, maybe my soul says yes. That's roughly how I end up on Lily's podcast. Because typically I say no to everything, it's just a blanket rule of thumb. Everything that's not me creating my own content, but now, right now, I'm actually in a vibe of saying yes to a lot of things. So now would be a good time to ask me things.

Just so you know, I feel the openness. I feel that I am open to yes to things. I feel that that can often be a good state. And in theory it sounds like it would be a good overall general state to be in, but actually the answer is, what does your soul know? I know for me there was a period of, it's time to say no to everybody and go deeper into my own content creation, and so then that's what I was doing. I was just like, blanket hard no to everybody, except obviously if it was like James out to try something, I'm sorry, but that's just what's up. That's just the truth of the matter.

Okay, now your soul knows the answer to everything. What are you going to do after this? Should you even be here right now? Tune in. Does my soul say yes I should listen to Kat? She's going to drop some gold, or she going to shift and transform my emotional state in some way. And so that is a good to learn use of my time. Well one lady already left early, her soul did not care for me at all. After you get off this livestream, you go, what does my soul say that I should do, right? What is my next thing? Am I going to create content? Am I going to take a nap? Am I going to go to bed? Okay, of course you didn't, because people in my community are sneaky and badass, and supernatural as fuck. She says, "I telepathically asked you." Yeah, that doesn't surprise me at all. That would probably be the smartest way to things by the way.

For all the people who I love and adore in my life, I send them messages from my soul all the time by the way. I'm not sure if they always get them. It probably depends on whether they're tuning in or listening, but I legitimately do. This morning only, I was sending soul messages to somebody. I don't know if they got them or not, I didn't ask. I mean I could ask right now in my soul, but I don't really mind. It goes through an energetic kind of frequency anyhow, but sometimes they will then reply in a physical sense. Sometimes somebody will reply on a Facebook message when you sent them a soul message. That's pretty cool right? Your soul does already knows how to do it. They did get it. Emily says they did get it. Did you tune in on that? Cool. I reckon right, I reckon they did get it. That's what I'm feeling as I tune in on it.

I just love how fucking supernatural the world is, don't you? I wrote about this quite a bit in my blog today, just like the real gifts that we were giving and that we were born with. She did tune in on it. Thank you. I just wrote about the gifts that we were born with, and what's actually natural and real for us is as humans, how so many people think that it's kind of scary or bad to kind of access supernatural powers, and I guess to access the magic within, and to dive into the spiritual world and create from that place. If you didn't read today's blog post, you can go read that. I'm not sure if that's here on my Facebook business page yet or not, but it's definitely over here on my personal Katrina Ruth page. It's got a hot as fuck photo of me with my amazing client Amanda Frances, and she is an incredible client and super soul sister friend. It's just a hot photo, that's why I put it up. It's from a month or two ago. The title is, don't get scared of how much magic you are capable of, grow harder and deeper, run faster, and do more. I think I'll give you a link to it right now so that you can check it out after this.

Yes Facebook, I will add Malibu, California as the location since that's where it was. All right, so I wrote about this, and I think that we could talk about it. I think that it's powerful and I think that's really relevant and true, and that we're just limiting ourselves so much when we play only in the human realm. Okay, no, correct, edit, rewind, the human realm includes the spiritual realm and the supernatural realm, right? Right, thank you for clarifying that for me. Send me some cat emojis or a love hearts if you agree with me.

People can feel like, "Oh is that bad to operate in that sense in terms of I'm just creating shit inside of myself." I can sit in this chair like I just did, and I can sit in my throne, in my studio at home, and just tune in. Thank you for the cat emojis and the love hearts. I can tune in on whether somebody received a soul message from me, and then Emily who's here on live tunes in for me as well. She's not here, she doesn't know what person it was, she doesn't know anything at all. But she just tuned in energetically and she knows everything. Just like I know everything when I allow myself to, and so do you. Your soul knows. Your higher self knows every aspect of who you are inside and out. You already have the answers to everything, like fucking everything. Do you realise that? And all you've got to do is be willing to listen, right?

I did this little skit earlier, I was like, it was funny. No matter what the question was that asked, I was like, "Hmm, tune in to what your soul says." And I was having the funniest time ever doing the skit. But it's also like, well honestly, honestly, how I've created all of the results in my life. Business results, money results, fitness stuff, health stuff, lifestyle, travel. Even like where should I go next? Or if ever I'm not on tour, should I book, for example recently we were finding a location for my July retreat for the inner circle. By the way inner circle's open, read the pinch comment after this if you're wanting to mentor with my on the higher one-on-one level. You would be potentially then coming along to hang with me in July for our next retreat. We do three.

When we were looking for different venues for the retreat, even something like that, my assistant sends me through the details, and I'm just like, "Okay, let me just tune in for real, this one or this one?" And I'm like, "Hmm, I feel this." For sure I'll look at the website and I'll look at what's offered, and I'll look at pricing, I look at all that stuff right, like with anything. But it's not how I make my decision. I always trust my soul. I always trust my inner guidance. I always trust what's coming through me. Your soul always knows. I just feel like I've let my life become so easy, and wouldn't you love to let your life become so easy by just responding to what's inside of you.

Now earlier today I had a conversation with a new client, somebody who I know already through Facebook, but she's just stepped into Rich Hut Empire, which is kind of like the before step in a lot of cases for the inner circle, or it's not always the before step, sometimes people go straight in. But anyhow, it's my six week one-on-one which oversold and closed out the other day, and she was talking a lot about getting caught in fear, and getting caught in reactivity, and even by the time we got ten minutes into the phone call I was like, "Okay, I'm feeling that so far everything that's come through in this conversation is that fear is guiding and directing you a lot of the time, right? Firstly, that's clouding your ability to obviously connect to soul and create from faith and create from flow. But also, isn't it tiring," I said to her. She was like, "Well yeah." And I know that's it's tiring because I used to live that way. It's fucking exhausting right.

The thing is, you don't have to live that way. It's actually a choice that you can make right now. It's a choice that you have available to you right now in this moment to just decide, I'm going to choose faith over fear. I'm going to choose to access the guidance inside of me. I'm going to choose to access the superpowers that I was giving.

Hello. You can come in. Alyssa just got home from school.

Ohh. For you, mother's day, where do I put it?

That's fine, I'll take it. Okay, go get changed because we're going to go on a girl's day. Okay. We're going to go on a girl's outing after this.


Yay. So, okay, what is this, school notice. Oh shit, don't do that. I'm just literally holding a nearly, an open bottle of water over the laptop. Okay, totally lost my train of thought when I saw her walk into the room. I'm sure you saw that.

You can literally choose right now in this moment to let faith rule you rather than fear. That is a choice that you have available no matter what's going on. Especially when shit is going on when you feel stark, or you feel it's too scary, or there's too much riding on it, or you can't afford to or something like that. This is the leap of faith that it's time to make. This is the leap of faith that it's time to make. It is time to say, what does my soul have to say about this? What would I be doing if I were acting from faith? What would I be doing if I was coming from what's inside of me.

Why aren't they post a bed in my room?

Why are you talking so weird?


I don't know. Go get changed honey. No, no, no, this is the time to go get change.

Who put it in?

I don't know. I have no idea. I wasn't even in your room. Probably Diane. Usually I'm like, come on the live, but I know if that happens we won't go and do our girl's day thing. We'll just get talking about. I'll probably wrap up in a minute now anyhow.

That's really the whole thing right, I could, if I wasn't going to go on little adventure with my daughter, I'd go on and on about this for probably another 20, 30 minutes, like beyond what I've already said. But it would come back to the same core underlying message. This is the thing, you can go on and on about it for 20 or 30 minutes, or 20 or 30 years, nothing is going to change except for the fact that you have the power of choice right now to come from soul. You can sit here right now in this moment and say, "I'm going to commit to operating from faith, not from fear." You can sit here right now in this moment and say, "I'm going to start to fucking listen to what's inside of me, right." It's true in your business. It's true with what programmes you should launch or put out there. It's true with how you interact in your personal relationships. Who should you be giving your time and energy to? Where is a good investment and use of that?

Rather than being like, "Oh, what do you think about this? And I'm scared of that. And here's the pros and cons." And you analysing it with your friends or your partner, or your frickin dog, or even your mentor or whatever. Let's go into soul guidance. Let's go into being directed by faith. Let's go into being directed from what's inside. Even with me right, from my inner circle, my highest level one-on-one mentoring, it's a reasonable investment to work with me at that level as I'm sure you can imagine. If you message me about it, I'll send you a full overview of what it is and what we do, and how it works. Obviously we'll go through cost details as well. But I'm not going to sit there and tell you some kind of, "Well here's the secret strategy that nobody gets to know until they come into my inner circle, right." I think I said your inner self, or I might've said your inner guidance, or intuition state, something along those lines.

When I mentor my highest level clients, my role is not to provide some kind of step-by-step plan that was a secret before working with me at that level. My role is to connect with you on a soul level and to help you access more deeply what's inside of you. This is something that you can already do obviously yourself. Whether or not you decide to work with a mentor, whether it's me or not me, either way, you still have that ability yourself. Obviously it's powerful to have other people who are the alliance people for us to come in and support in that, and maybe help you to see things that you don't see, and kind of remind you of where you need to kick your ass or hold yourself to a level of accountability based on being that soul based version of you rather than a fear driven version of you. Either way and regardless, it is absolutely something that you have access to right now.

Guess the big thing that I just wanted to come on today and do was to remind you of that. Remind you that you've got access to everything you need inside of you. You don't need to be out there on the internet, fucking Googling and trying to figure how to get somewhere. You also don't need to be looking for the perfect strategy or plan. The strategy, the plan, the blueprint is the one you are born with. That's what's up. That is what I want to remind you of today and that's really all.

I could go on and on, but I've got a very important date with a very beautiful child of my own. So I'm going to go and do that. I'd urge you to dive inside of yourself, through your journaling, or through your months at work, maybe take a walk. Whatever you need to do or desire to do, and just ask, "What is my soul directing me to do today?" Honestly, I use this question any time I feel unsure about anything. Literally down to what I'm going to order off a menu. It's not like, like it's kind of an unconscious thing, or it just sort of happens in that moment, but I know that I always know what I need and what's right for each moment in my life. Whether it's something kind of little like that, or it's something that seems like a really big deal. Either way, I just allow myself to be intuitively guided. That is a big part of why my life has gone into such flow and ease, as well as receiving in epic and abundant way financially and through my business, and with all my soul mates and client, and people and so on and so forth.

If that's something you want to know more about, and you feel that I might be the person to support or mentor you around that, message me about my inner circle, I'll get you the full overview and all the details. And do not forget, life is now, press play.

Life is now, press play.

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