Jump-The net will be there.

I  wrote this post in February of 2009

I have always been torn between working in Metaphysics or choosing the Corporate World. Part of me believes I need a 40 hour a week office job, with a regular paycheck, benefits and vacations. The other part (my soul urge part) believes that I can follow the Metaphysical path (through teaching and doing readings) and will receive the clients, business, connections I need. In the past, I have always opted for the corporate (even though I felt unfulfilled and depressed). Granted, I was grateful for a regular job, however, a part of me felt I was selling out because I didn’t feel the Universe would supply. Last week I made a choice. Offered an opportunity for a ‘regular’ job, I decided to throw caution to the winds, and act on faith. I decided to be courageous. I choses the Metaphysical. Courage is when you feel the fear and do it anyway. If you jump, the net will be there.

I wrote this post in May of 2012. Shortly after writing this post, I started a a Metaphysical Meetups group. I invited different experts in  of Metaphysics to come and share their expertise. The first meeting had 23 members. . I find this group is serving a much needed purpose of introducing individuals to  ideas they might otherwise never have found.  (with all credit do the many fine speakers who offer their services at no charge. Today the ‘Introduction to Metaphysics’ Meetup has 682 members, and we are still growing, if I had let my fear keep me from creating the group, it never would have happened. : My favorite definition of courage: When you feel the fear and do it anyway. In this case I jumped and hit the floor running. The net was there. 



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