You Thought You Knew What To Do—But Now You Can’t—So You’re Stuck ~ Reprise
After this cluster-fuck of a week, I found this old post from three years ago. I am happy to report that I still play this chant on a regular basis. I hope you will too.
I can also report that I feel lost. A lot. That is all. I Love you.
We’ve all been there.
We have the practical knowledge coupled with the willingness, which by-the-way are really tough things to gather together at the same time. We usually only have one or the other at any given moment.
We are ready to tackle – for good – a situation, relationship or problem that we’ve been chewing on for awhile.
Conquer. We are going to conquer it. For good this time.
We are ready to transmute it and send it back from whence it came.
So…what was I supposed to say?
How are things supposed to be handled?
What was that opening line that was going to finally start the conversation?
Oh shit. I’ve lost my nerve.
I’m not ready.
This will NEVER work.
I can’t do this.
Now I’m stuck.
Here’s a great tool that will help you become un-stuck.
My friends and I have become obsessed with it, it’s THAT good.
It’s a chant to Ganesh, the Hindu elephant God, the remover of obstacles, done beautifully by Deva Premal.
One of my friends had a sticky situation with an old friend, we chanted as a group—she downloaded it on her phone and chanted every day. In less than a week the situation had resolved…itself.
That’s some pretty good stuff.
Don’t say you don’t have the time. You do.
Don’t say you don’t like chants. This one’s gorgeous – and effective.
Don’t stay stuck.
Go ahead, unburden yourself – start the weekend with a chant.
You’re welcome. 😉
*Thank you Danielle LaPorte for turning me on to this.