I want to be a leader you can count on to look towards in scary times. I want to be here for those of you committed to maintaining peace, harmony, compassion, and love in a phase of disruption, hysteria, and deep anger.
We will move through this but not before we all learn how to look, listen, and love.
Times of separation are ending.
Times of segregation and discrimination are being fully exposed and expiring.
WE, all of us at Hearts Unleashed are here to walk with you through a 'dark night of the soul' of humanity.
We are committed to supporting your personal, professional, and global evolution and unification. If you need anything, please reach out. We are here with you, for you, and awaiting your requests in love.
I want you to know that I will do everything I can and know to do to support the evolution of humanity and I will provide as much guidance I can for you to feel supported in making the difference you came to make as well.
Your loving heart needs to be unleashed. The world needs your leadership.
In light of the last week, I recorded a last minute extension of the Mortality Series to address the issues that have surfaced the last few days.
I couldn't hear anything else as I numbly watched the rest of the recording of George Floyd's death after I heard officer Thao attempt to appease the gathering crowd saying "if he can talk, he can breathe."
This statement struck me because he was so distracted by assuring the crowd that he forgot to insure the safety of George Floyd pinned underneath officer Chauvin's knee.
Despite his pleas, Thao let the sound of Floyd's voice be the 'all clear' that he was just fine.
My people. We. All. Do. This.
We assume that become someone can talk, they can breathe.
We assume that because they can breathe, they can function.
We assume that because they are showing up to work, school, or life in general, that they are 'fine' and we should assume that they don't need anything (especially support).
Well, that isn't true. George wasn't alright.
Many of us are not alright and we don't find out until it is far too late.
It is time to start truly checking into this human experience.
You can buy all the books and read all the articles OR you can start looking inward and truly into the eyes of the people around you.
You know that you know you can recognize when someone is not alright and it is time we start paying more attention.
For some support on how to start making this shift, tune into this 15 min fill up now.
During this time of crisis in the world, there are so many people experiencing loss; the loss of a loved one, the loss of a job, the loss of a relationship, or even the loss of hope.
Things coming to an end is a natural part of life, yet people seem to be afraid to talk about it, which is why I decided to open up the conversation in the new Mortality Series on the Hearts Unleashed Podcast to empower the conversation about and welcome a new concept around death, dying, and things coming to an end.
We must check back in to life.
We must check in on each other.
We must check in and be more honest with ourselves.
Before it is too late.
Take responsibility for your role in the evolution of humanity so you can step up to make the difference you came here to make.
Here at Hearts Unleashed, we are committed to guiding you through that process.
Your Host: Abigail Gazda
Heart-centered entrepreneur, Abigail Gazda has transformed her passion for education into a full-time career as a motivational speaker, author, and life coach.