I never really spent much time thinking about rhythm. As a singer, it was an afterthought. But I’m beginning to know, all the way down to my bones, that rhythm is everything.
There’s a rhythm to everything. And so often I’ve ignored that, pushed past that in favor of doing more. Thinking that because I can, I should.
Living each day as if a giant hand is pushing me forward, right between my shoulder blades.
There was a rhythm to how I explored as a child. Quiet and shy, I spent a lot of time in books and in my head. But I have memories that are full of rhythm – sledding and walking in nature and trying to build my tree fort.
As I grew older, I learned how to hustle and how to slow down, but not how to really live in the place in between the two. How to be grounded and light, heavy and dark. How to let some things pass and some things go, how not to pack every single second of every single day. How to be enough without doing everything.
It turns out, rhythm is everything.
Rhythm invites unfiltered thoughts to flow, one after another. Slowing down, speeding up. Digging deep, coming up for air.
Rhythm reminds you that YOU are enough.
Feel in-between your thoughts and worries, into the space that’s ripe and ready for what’s to come.
Dare to reclaim your rhythm.
This fall I’m unveiling a brand new online Reclaim Your Rhythm workshop. I’m opening it to a small group for a low introductory cost in exchange for testing out this new format with me. It’ll be 5 weeks of online small group meetings and experiential takeaways.
Interested? You can learn more here. I’m excited to share it with you!