Working in a job because we think we ‘should’ – rather than because we really want to – is a very common occurrence and is an example of not being ‘seated in our own power’. There is pressure to do this – from family, friends, and society, and sure – sometimes the need for survival-income is more pressing than the need to express our creative nature – but the question is how badly does it affect us?
Toiling away for too long without getting to express our creative talents has a cost that gets paid by our soul. Do it for too long and the soul will seek to balance the ledger by sharing the costs with the body – and as the reserves of the body become depleted so does wellness.
If living in a way that is not being true to yourself is just giving you an occasional headache – well that’s not too high a price to pay, but what if the internal conflict is stressing you to the point of losing your fertility – what then? Can supplements solve that? Not likely.
Being true to yourself will solve it though. That’s worth pondering – and it’s free!