Get ready for the leadership-focused deep dive for the week of August 7th through the 13th. Even if you don’t consider yourself a leader in the traditional sense, stay tuned. We all have the ability to influence and inspire those around us in our personal and professional lives. So, let’s dive in!
When we interact with others, particularly those in a position of authority or those to whom we’ve given authority, receiving feedback can feel like a personal attack or make us feel disregarded. This week, we are invited to explore and understand these feelings. Do we feel attacked due to unresolved experiences where our needs or opinions were dismissed? Unprocessed moments where we felt disregarded could affect our interactions with others, particularly if we are in a leadership position.
In a leadership role, it’s crucial to address these feelings. A leader who feels appreciated and can respond maturely fosters an environment where team members feel encouraged to share new ideas and improvements. This is particularly relevant as the theme for August is understanding and achieving success.
The first collective karmic cycle for this week is unjustified karma with the energy of suffering. Often, this cycle is tied to past life choices that resulted in unintentional harm to someone. It could be that we still punish ourselves for these choices, which might prevent us from creating new, positive experiences.
The second karmic cycle is a soul-level coping mechanism where we become dependent on other people’s choices, which can make us feel limited and restricted. We might believe that our options are limited due to our dependents or our circumstances. However, challenging this belief can open our eyes to a wide range of opportunities.
This has been quite the deep dive into leadership, feedback, and how our past experiences shape us. Remember, true leadership means continually growing, learning, and evolving.
Is this resonating with you? If you’re grappling with any of these issues or have questions, don’t hesitate to reach out.
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