Reminder: it’s ok to change your mind, because it means you’re realigning to your truth.
It means you’re not settling with “enough”.
Which means you’re not settling with “enough”.
Which also means you’re not sacrificing your intuitive knowing or deep desires.
Instead you’re following the tug of your heart, the tingle of your womb, the clenching of your gut; navigating your truth & integrity with compassion.
You don’t owe anyone a Yes that doesn’t feel true anymore, a Yes that may have been given before but has since shifted into a Maybe (which is in fact code for No), a Yes that has expired feels shitty – and you know it.
And note: changing your mind vs being flaky are two different things; the latter lacks integrity, hints at commitment issues, & is actually not Sovereign behaviour.
But changing your mind – to realign to what is true for you – and following through with itis radical.
Because you are teaching your body that it is ok to be different.
That it is safe for me to do something that feels better for me.
That it is ok for me to uphold a boundary, or form a new one entirely.
That I give myself permission to change, to flow, to not be the same one moment to the next.
That I can find a new Yes, a fresh one.
So owning your Yes is a sign of strength when rooted in deep truth because it supports Sovereignty, self knowing, self protection, self advocacy, & self empowerment.
And this is a reminder that we are allowed to fluctuate with our desires, with our direction, with our Yes’s.
We are allowed to pick up on subtle energetics of “hmmmm maybe this doesn’t feel right after all?” and not need to defend ourselves.
This “cancel culture” in which we find ourselves, there is a line; there is a quick snap of the fingers judgement & projection: “throw them into the fire!” like the burning times.There is also a trend of delaying your Yes “let me feel into it at the time babe” as a defence mechanism to escape into the swampy feminine rather than to work on your commitment.
There are lines, and you know your own – we each have a different edge, we each can learn what is a healthy expression and what is a shadow behaviour playing out.
And I want to remind you that you can change your mind when you really feel the shift within – and know that it’s ok.
Just because something felt right at the beginning, when you may have happily given your Yes, doesn’t mean you’re “wrong” if it doesn’t feel “right” any longer, when that Yes turns into a Maybe/No.
You remain Sovereign & empowered to change, always.
Some ponderings from some of my own realignments in the last few months….