Using Source Within the Cycle of Creation with Lisa Welden
By Darla LeDoux, Founder of Sourced™ and Author of the books Shift The Field and Retreat and Grow Rich
Lisa Welden is a Certified Sourced Leader and founder of Rebel Sage.
She believes that everyone has unique medicine to share with the world. She guides her clients to listen to their hearts and trust their rebel nature to create businesses and lives that light them up.
Most of the conversation I had with Lisa was around the Cycle of Creation, the five elements, the importance of creating from Sourced Energy, and stepping into the unknown with no real attachment to the outcomes.
The Cycle of Creation is a reference tool designed for heart-centered, sensitive, and vulnerable entrepreneurs to some of the masculine blueprints we sometimes try to fit in but ultimately do not match our soul’s desire.
The Cycle of Creation is a reference tool designed for heart-centered, sensitive entrepreneurs who are vulnerable to the masculine blueprints we sometimes try to fit in but ultimately do not match our soul’s desire.
The Five Elements – Phases of the Cycle of Creation
Water – Winter, spaciousness of the unknown, void, space to create a spark or catalyst, inspiration
Wood – Spring, something exciting, an idea, commitment to an idea, vision comes into form
Fire – Summer, effective and inspired action, alignment and course correction, program details take shape
Earth – Fall, nourish, digest, and metabolize the creation so we can embody and integrate it
Metal – completion, releasing your creation into the world and letting it be whatever it is, grieving anything that needs to be grieved in preparation for rebirth (water)
The five elements are phasic and cyclical. They are a map to help identify where we are when creating.
The five elements are phasic and cyclical. They are a map to help identify where we are when creating. Some phases are easier for people. Some phases are more challenging for people, and they could feel stuck in one or skip one entirely.
Lisa has found herself being challenged by water or the spaciousness of the unknown, but using Source, she can be in the stillness of water, trusting that spring (the idea) will come.
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