September Energy Update with Lee Harris: Authentic Power Paradigm Shift
There are many good morsels of information to chew on and digest in Lee’s new September Energy Update. Once again we’re going to hear the importance of self-care and going deeper at this time so that you can show up in an even bigger, more loving, and extra compassionately present way in the world. Healers especially have challenge around this, as you feel always to be giving outwardly or working hard, which fills your days with “being too busy” for any time for yourself.
Grief, with the birthing of new things is also on a high, and that can be grieving an old part of you, as well as an old way of life – not just around loss of people in your life. So, honoring the healing process will bring through the transformation.
Lee’s touch-in on authentic power I feel will have some good wisdom for you too. I especially like this:
“You can be the person who affects millions or you can be the person who affects two people.”
There really isn’t a difference.
Pushing yourself to exhaustion outside really reflects a desire to connecting and creating within, he adds. You’re not just here to bring through collective transformation, but to also experience your personal transformation as an extension of that. Remember, these are connected and affect one another.
Integration is important as well and that is supported by being more present, peace-filled, and grounded in your life, so that the external things anchor even more profoundly.
And through it all, listening to your heart, instead of only the voices in your head, will lead you into wiser actions. I love his personal example of all the things he thought he was supposed to do and that were expected of him from others, but when he tuned into himself he realized his body didn’t want any of that. He realized that no one would actually die or anything serious would happen if he didn’t meet those mental goals.
So the question to ask is:
“How does my heart feel?”
I hope you find Lee’s message supportive this month for what you’re navigating.