Today marks the beginning of a new era for the Iron Gypsy blog.
As you know, it’s been quite some time since my last post. I have been focusing on giving my all to my Iron Gypsy Coaching clients, attending additional courses (including Tony Robbins Business Mastery, Tony Robbins Leadership Academy and Reiki Level I and II certification), continuing with my own spiritual and health journey and growing other social media platforms including the Iron Gypsy YouTube channel.
All the while, I’ve been beating myself up for neglecting my passion project — the Iron Gypsy blog.
So today, I made a decision. No longer will the fear of imperfection get in the way of progress. No longer will the fear of not being perfect get in the way of sharing the Iron Gypsy mission. No longer will I continue to beat myself up for what I’m NOT doing with the Iron Gypsy blog.
I will focus on WHAT I CAN DO!
So, from here on out, you will see more stories! Some of the stories will be content that was shared through other social media platforms. Some will be snippets of content that I’m sharing with the Iron Gypsy Tribe (aka my coaching clients). Some will be raw, nearly unedited original content or a melding of content from various sources.
It will be imperfect. But it will be content that I feel passionate about sharing. This will also allow me to continue to reach those not on other social media platforms, while at the same time continue to place emphasis on my current projects and my future (other) passion project — a book!
To kick things off, I want to share some content originally developed for Instagram that really captures the moment and essence of this decision.
Next week, I leave for Costa Rica, so stay tuned for that. Additionally, I will be sharing random thoughts that have come up over the last couple of months since my last post. One thing is for certain when it comes to the future of Iron Gypsy — it will be a real, beautifully raw and wild ride!
Stay with me, friends! Love and light to you all!
Kesley (aka Iron Gypsy)
This was what came to me in meditation this morning when I completed the assignment given to me by my reiki and spiritual teacher.
“Forgive myself for what?”
All the places I should be, other than where I am. All the things I should be doing, other than what I am doing. All the things I didn’t do. All the people I didn’t help. All the things I am not.
I find myself focusing on and beating myself up for all I am “NOT” instead of finding peace in the present and WHAT IS.
Why do I deserve this forgiveness?
We all do. We are all human. We were born to be perfectly imperfect.
If we cannot love and forgive ourselves, how can we find that same forgiveness for others? At our core, we are all the same — HUMAN.
So as I continue to reflect on the topic of unconditional love…this is where I am today.
To love we must forgive. And forgiveness and love starts in YOU.