Our inner sense of stability has been compromised, but now we reclaim it.
There’s no need to give ourselves up like that.
This has generated the fictional inner child.
Now we have no stability and an inner child to take care of?
That’s no way to approach life.
Let’s set it all down and start over
I am already whole.
I am already stable.
I have always been.
It is a pleasure to be stable for those around me.
It is a gift and an opportunity to be stable for those who need stability.
I don’t have to pretend I’ve got “anything” together to be stable.
Stability is simply knowing our true nature.
Stability is letting yourself be infinite
Stability is letting your identity be abundance.
Stability is also the willingness to seek out any perpetual hunger and lack within us.
Stability is kicking out ANY moral obligations and replacing them with whatever you do NOT find stupid.
Stability is trusting your intuition.
Stability is owning your experience.
That doesn’t necessarily mean speaking it aloud,
unless it is helpful.
Stability is trusting the process and ALSO being willing to exert your own force upon the process as you see fit.
Stability is KNOWING you are Stability.

It doesn’t matter how you feel, that is TOTALLY unrelated.

Feelings are NOT an indicator of your everlasting nature.

Enjoy your Stability.
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Joshua Edjida
Lead Storyweaver
Joshua Edjida is a multidimensional artist, experience designer, author, public speaker/comedian, and transformational leadership facilitator. Originally from California, he currently lives in Colorado, and also enjoys traveling in Thailand, Bali, or in Europe.

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