I don’t believe you when you say you’re not ready. I just don’t.
I believe you’re scared, sure.
I believe you’re cautious, absolutely.
I believe you’re uncertain about how this thing will shake out, yup.
But not ready? I don’t buy it.
True readiness has nothing to do with fear, caution, or uncertainty; being ready doesn’t require the presence or absence of specific feelings.
This is difficult for you to grasp, I know, because somewhere along the way, you got the idea that readiness is linked to emotion—hell, that readiness IS an emotion. You’ve long thought you need to FEEL ready before you ARE ready.
Let me tell you something: Readiness is a decision. It’s a commitment. It’s active.
It doesn’t happen TO you. You CHOOSE it for yourself.
So, when you say you’re not ready and I say I don’t believe you, what I mean is this: I know you’re capable of deciding to be ready; I know you’re capable of commitment; I know you’re capable of take acting whenever you want to, regardless of how you feel.
You’re far more powerful than you think. I see it in you.
Isn't it time you commit to that first, small step of sending me a message (“Helen, this resonates with me!” will do just fine)—so I can tell you, specifically, just how powerful I know you are?