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It’s off to work we go!    Music Notes

Seven dwarfs

As the 7 dwarfs show us, work is what we came here to earth to do.  We came here to have  a set of experiences and those experiences are the outer and inner work going on through us.  The work includes our jobs, roles, relationships, activities, and becoming aware of our greatness.  I love how the dwarfs here exemplify so well the many reactions we can have towards our life’s work.  How do you relate to Happy, Sleepy, Sneezy, Grumpy, Dopey, Bashful, and Doc?

Our work is shaped by our perspective and the energy we surround it with.  Often times the word “work” is associated with our job and career path.  And we let the j-o-b drain us so much.  Thus sayings such as TGIF and Hump Day.  We’re counting down the days for the work week to be over and celebrate it’s passing.   Our perspective towards our job can be anabolic or catabolic.  You get to choose!  If you’re spending time approaching things with catabolic energy, you’ll be able to relate to Sleepy, Grouchy, and some of that Dopey.  With an anabolic perspective, you’ll be fast friends with Happy and that all-knowing Doc.

I like to think of my many experiences as my Life’s Work.  Part of my Life’s Work is a career path.   This looks different for everyone but we all have jobs to do.  The experience of a job is purposeful in its design.  It pulls us into the dynamics of the world around us so we can become more aware of our greatness!  How would things be different for you if this was your perspective?

Hey honey, I’m gonna go become more aware of my greatness.  See you at 5:00.

Your Life’s Work includes the career, roles & responsibilities, relationships, activities and so on.  Your Life’s Work ultimately is to realize the divine greatness that is you.

Synergistically Yours~

Jenn Seffrin

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Limit Those Limitations Today

I had this quote from Buddha shared with me this week – The mind that perceives the limitation is the limitation.  We may not be able to throw out our mind, but the good news is we can choose what we fill it with and how we use it! 

I heard a great story on Ellen this week about a female LSU soccer player named Mo Isom.  She is living in a world of possibilities, believing in herself, and striving for that which is outside “the norm”.  Way to go Mo!  The goal she is working towards… to literally be kicking goals for the  #1 college football team, LSU, as their first female kicker.  Mo shares that her life has had challenges during these college years from her father’s suicide to a dangerous car wreck that left her very beat up.  Through life’s happenings, she sees her abilities at limitless.  See her clip with Ellen by Clicking Here.

Also, I must give a shout out to Ellen!!!  She highlights, showcases, and embraces the expansiveness of life.  Thank you Ellen:)

Another sweet example in my life of limitlessness is my new niece Nora Bella.  I realize we don’t try to tell a baby what it can or cannot do.  We just love it and say “What might you be one day?  Oooh the possibilities…”  I think Nora Bella may be an Elvis impersonator, or maybe not.  She is adorable!  That I know for sure.

I know the possibilities are far and beyond my mind for this sweet bundle of greatness and I will love her everyday.  Now, what if you looked at each of your days in that way?  Loving yourself and knowing there continues to be unlimited ways that your path may unfold.  Is your mind seeing those paths in a limited view or an expansive one?  Begin by seeing those around you with this love and unlimited potential.  What is that experience like?  That is exactly what to do with yourself!

Here’s to your unlimited potential!!!

Synergistically yours,

Jenn Seffrin

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