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Ep #17: Watering The Dry Places (Unscripted Thoughts) THE JOURNAL COACHING PODCAST

    • Self-Improvement

Dear beautiful. In this episode, I'm sharing my thoughts about growth. We all love the idea of growth but I'm not sure we truly understand the requirement and cost of that growth. We entered our gardens, we've planted seeds, and now those seeds will begin to grow, but did you know that in order for a seed to produce growth, it first becomes broken? Once we've broken ground, and planted our seed, that seed requires water in order to experience the level of growth that becomes evident not only to you, but to those looking on. On the natural, this process is called imbibition. It's the process by which water enters the seed and fills it up so much that the seed breaks. This breaking point activates the proteins which in turn activate the growth of the root. This process of transition happens over a space of time. Growth may take days, weeks, or months. It depends on the type of seed that's planted and how diligently it's cared for. After the new plant becomes rooted, then the evidence of growth becomes manifested at ground level.
This is your message my friend: Don't be afraid of being "broken." Be willing to open yourself up to the possibilities of who you are. There's so much beauty within you, but you have to be willing to be vulnerable enough to experience all of who you are and of who you could be. Let's continue this journey together. I am here to guide you. We are all here to support you. Keep up the good work, you're doing just fine...

#writetoflourish www.letswriteforachange.com

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Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thejournalcoachingpodcast/support

Dear beautiful. In this episode, I'm sharing my thoughts about growth. We all love the idea of growth but I'm not sure we truly understand the requirement and cost of that growth. We entered our gardens, we've planted seeds, and now those seeds will begin to grow, but did you know that in order for a seed to produce growth, it first becomes broken? Once we've broken ground, and planted our seed, that seed requires water in order to experience the level of growth that becomes evident not only to you, but to those looking on. On the natural, this process is called imbibition. It's the process by which water enters the seed and fills it up so much that the seed breaks. This breaking point activates the proteins which in turn activate the growth of the root. This process of transition happens over a space of time. Growth may take days, weeks, or months. It depends on the type of seed that's planted and how diligently it's cared for. After the new plant becomes rooted, then the evidence of growth becomes manifested at ground level.
This is your message my friend: Don't be afraid of being "broken." Be willing to open yourself up to the possibilities of who you are. There's so much beauty within you, but you have to be willing to be vulnerable enough to experience all of who you are and of who you could be. Let's continue this journey together. I am here to guide you. We are all here to support you. Keep up the good work, you're doing just fine...

#writetoflourish www.letswriteforachange.com

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Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thejournalcoachingpodcast/support

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