I wanted my first posts to start to explore this journey of connecting to our middle ground….. and hey presto! Coach Michael Neill’s newsletter came into my inbox.
I love Michael’s perspective:
“There is a deeper part of all of us that seems to exist outside of any concerns we may have about our past, present, or future circumstances. Most people seem to experience this part of themselves as a quiet feeling – a sense that all is well and of being deeply connected to the world and the people around them.
In the moments when we are in touch with this deeper self, we have access to an inner wisdom that guides us moment by moment. Life seem simpler and more intuitive then when we’re living out of the suitcase of old ideas and theories inside our heads. Challenges don’t seem so challenging; problems dis-solve before we can solve them; inspired ideas and insights are our constant companions. From this place inside of ourselves, we can and do take on the world, all the while realizing that there’s nowhere we need to go and nothing we need to accomplish to be happy, loved, and whole.”
There are many ways to look at your Middle Ground. Others give it other names … but when you find it you know it, and you experience it in your own way.
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