Moving Redhead Records LA abode from Culver City to West Hills has been an amazing process of hard physical, mental and organizational work, filled with beautiful friendships, incredible synchronicity and amazing angels showing up just at the right moment.
I knew I needed to make a drastic change in order to get out of the sluggish feeling I have had in relationship to my work and financial abundance. I knew it would be scary at times and that it might feel like free falling. But I was willing to risk everything in order to clear my canvass and gain new momentum. And here comes the cool part:
For each decision I make to let go of stuff I no longer need, I receive another burst of energy, clarity and creativity. For each decision I make in alignment with the new course I set out for myself, the next one is easier to make. Each time I let go of things, foods or habits that previously would satisfy me in the moment, but not sustain me in the long run, I gain momentum.
In addition to realizing how delicious it feels to de-clutter my physical surroundings and make do with much less, it is as if I am rewiring my whole molecular structure in the process. It is as if my body, soul and being is getting stronger, more flexible, younger, more powerful and more vibrant by the minute. In the process of “clearing out my drawers” and completely “stepping out of my comfort zone” I am Receiving the Good in more ways than I could ever image.
To celebrate & enjoy my LIVE music and art, please join me on Saturday, May 3rd, for a CAROLINE WATERS ART HOUSE CONCERT in Sherman Oaks.
(Rascal the Healer – Original 25″ x 19″ pastel drawing by Caroline Waters)
Reservations can be made via www.carolinewaters.com