Use Love: Learn How to Throw Off Oppression From Obi Wan Kenobi
This is the right time to support you in making a positive impact on the world.
Spoiler alert: Obi Wan season finale.
The future is our inspiration. Our legacy is meaningful to us. We can't abandon the next generation to malevolent forces.
Obi Wan wasn't a parent. He was a Jedi, in a hole in the ground, crushed under a pile of rubble he'd been buried beneath by Vader. What sparked him to revive, throw off those rocks and re-engage the struggle with his former apprentice Anakin?
Was it his past that flashed before his eyes? Revenge? No. It was images of Anakin's children, Leia and Luke, who he had sworn to protect. It was the future that revived him.
He was tired and depressed, but he couldn't give up on himself, because he had a had a mission.
More spoilers: I’m launching a new course next week for deeply feeling people who want to make a positive impact on the world without being held back by their stress.
I’m asking myself, is this the right time to offer this, when many of us (myself included) are feeling overpowering rage and defeat?
We may have been warned by the leak, but I wasn’t ready for this SCOTUS attack.
I feel some dejá vu. It’s a little like March 2020. I'm crushed. I’m not resourced, and my longing to be a resource for my community is strong.
I'm about to take a well-earned break in the middle of nowhere. I’m modeling self-honoring, taking time to rebuild, and trusting that others can and will step up, as my friend Jacoby Ballard reminded me.
I know by July 9, we will be ready to revive, rally and rebel.
We will use the force, and hold our heart-centered visions front and center, just as Obi Wan flashed on images of Leia and Luke when he was at his literal lowest.
Your vision is essential. Your self-care matters, because we need you to stay engaged with the world and deliver on your mission. This course will help you interrupt oppressive patterns in your life that keep you small, create new patterns that support your inner growth, and value your contribution enough to make it a reality.
So, is this the right time to support you in making a positive impact on the world?