A meditation on Gandhi
As I approach this new career in front of me, I have never felt more fulfilled, more like myself and more inspired.
In Maui this past weekend my entire life started to lay out before my eyes. Every intricate piece came together to give me the opportunity, the time, and the ability to HEAR what my inner voice was saying.
And my voice for this past year has been saying Write Your Book. Live your truth.
Alex, share your story.
So I am committed, to not just being the change that I want to see in the world, but talking about it, teaching it, letting it breathe and put oxygen into my blood.
I give myself permission to let me be me. I give myself permission to let go of my past. To honor it. To embrace it. But to not be ruled by it.
So with that I announce: My dreams have shifted, my inner world is awake. My music will come out in my ability to inspire, motivate, teach peer to peer - person to person, and write my book.
A good friend of mine asked me, how can I do what you just did? The answer was easy for me, be brave. Live without fear, live within love. Do the things you have to do. The things in your heart that don't feel like options, don't allow them to be options.
Lately I have being doing what I SAY I am going to do.
I left NYC.
I got a German shepherd.
I fell in love.
I stopped making singing a financial necessity.
I told myself I would attend the Hay House Writers Workshop in Maui and meet the man who changed my life as a child and thank him.
And you can do it too. Live your inner truth. Follow your gut. And make those burning desires inside of you a reality.