Most people want the convenience of transformation without the inconvenience of the pain that comes with transformation.
I'm just as guilty of this as anyone else. I went to workshop today that @iam.vkf put together .( thank you btw chica! I am so grateful for your encouragement.
Something thing that really stuck out to me was this 4 quadrant idea
One quadrant is "Unconsciously incompetent" and another is "Consciously incompetent"
And then the "Consciously competent" quadrant and another "Unconsciously competent"
It's so intriguing to me how I've floated through all of these quadrants in certain areas of my life. And how one area can be such a flow state while other areas I can be a hot mess.
I've talked before about how I've gone from hot mess to luke warm mess in certain areas and it was meant to be funny but it's real.
But it's like going from being totally incompetent and having no idea, to being incompetent and being blatantly aware.
Having the awareness is only the first step. It's that next step that can be tricky. What if I fall?
What if I fall? Well at least I will be falling in the direction that I want to go instead of standing still.
We have to have the faith of a child to keep putting one foot in front of the other.
And the compassion of a parent, encouraging those around us to keep on keeping on.