Felicia Searcy
Felicia Searcy is an award winning transformational life coach, professional speaker, author and minister. Felicia's life is about empowering and inspiring you to live your dream life. Your dream is her passion! She is thrilled by the results that people experience as they learn and apply the system she shares – and she is passionate about helping you create the results you want to live your dream life!
Felicia Searcy | 7/23/14 – Weekly Words of Wealth – Evolving
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7/23/14 – Weekly Words of Wealth – Evolving

7/23/14 – Weekly Words of Wealth – Evolving

This morning I was arranging our guest bedroom for my nieces who are coming to visit. As I arranged things on top of the sewing machine I have not used in the past couple of years, a part of me that felt guilty that I no longer used it to make quilts as I had in the past. Then I realized how my life has changed and evolved and I now do other things that I love like scuba diving in the Pacific and hiking in the mountains.

So often, we hold on to things out of loyalty or a belief that just because we really enjoyed something at one time, it means that we have to do it forever. I love the power of asking the question, “What would I love?” not just once or even twice, but over and over again because it helps me notice when my interests and preferences have changed.

It doesn’t mean that I am ready to release my sewing machine altogether but at least I feel better about having flowers on top of it making this room more beautiful for my nieces.

This week, take stock of the things you put your time into and ask if they give you life. Do you continue to participate in activities just because it is what you have done and if so, what would you love to do instead? Just experiment with putting more attention on the things you love and less time and attention on the activities that may be just so/so. Watch as you do this how your love for life just dials up exponentially!

Here’s to doing the things you love!

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  • At this time, I don’t know if I love swimming yet i know that I love the idea of being safe and comfortable in beautiful warm water of the DR with my children this coming November.

    Because I told my daughter, Sarah, that part of my vision was to go to Haiti to build houses and another part was being in the BVI with my beloved and because she received a Groupon for the DR, she enrolled her siblings in giving me a holiday, over Thanksgiving to the DR, as a birthday gift.

    Swimming lesson at SBCC were also part of my vision statement. I missed enrollment for the Spring session and was determined to get into the Fall session. I had been on line several times with no luck in getting enrolled (I have room for improvement in my skill level with computers). After two weeks of on and off attempts I went to City College to get help. A lovely, well skilled woman got me enrolled only to find that the class i wanted was full. I asked to go on the wait list – no others were signed up for that – and will go down to the pool on August 25, suit on, towel, cap and ear plug in hand knowing that one of the enrolled will have a change of heart or plans and the spot is mine.

    I can feel the soothing, beautiful, clear, warm water of the Dominican Republic coast and hear the laughter and delight of my children as I join them in abandoned water play.

    now to work on my tan!

    Thank you, Felecia for your enthusiastic support.
    Be well.

    July 24, 2014 at 8:55 pm
  • Andra Maguran

    “What would I love?” is such a powerful question. As I began asking myself, “What would I love?”, I have experienced two radically different answers: Sometimes the answers come easily, like a flood, and the thoughts just keep expanding. Other times I ask myself the same question and hear myself saying, “I don’t know. Or, I don’t know if I know.” I realize that the ambiguity is due to the fact I am growing and transforming faster than ever right now, and letting go of old ideas that no longer serve me. The possibilities are nothing short of stupendous.

    August 9, 2014 at 2:06 am

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