What do you do when you feel squeezed from the pressure of not knowing what to do?

I’ll admit it. I need help. Technology is overwhelming me. There is so much I don’t know how to do? Who do I ask? I often try to ask google or watch a youtube tutorial video. But every time I do this, I get lost into the abyss of information online and I leave feeling even more overwhelmed and less certain about what steps to take. I’ve decided I need a helper!

If anyone reading this wants to be my assistant/intern/tech support, I will gladly accept! Let’s talk! Please reach out to me!

Youtube has changed it’s editing system and now I cannot figure out how to add my intro and outro to my video. It’s so upsetting when the thing I am trying to do doesn’t work because of my own inability to know what to do! It’s such a fall into disempowerment. I feel paralyzed by it. I sit in the awareness that in this moment there is nothing I can do about it. It is Tuesday and I need to get this email and video out to you, so I am sending it out anyhow! Unedited. This irks me to no end! ‘Breathe!, I tell myself!’

But I feel busted. Incompetent. Lost. Lonely. Overwhelmed. It’s all too much to handle alone. And the spin out happens.

When we get to these places, we have to know how to pull ourselves off of our own ledge.

Feeling stuck can squeeze us in every direction until all you can do is scream and wiggle! Find a way to shake it out of you and get connected to your breath.

When nothing is right, find rightness in your breath. It is with you. It is always with you. It is here and now. It will hold you when everything else falls away.

It might not change the situation at hand, but it will change you so that you can handle the situations of your life with more connectivity and less static electricity.

Today’s Tune-in to You Tuesday video creates a balance between the left and right hemispheres of the brain, making you quick to know what to do!  It also clears out the lymph glands in the upper chest, makes the heart healthy and is good for the breast region.

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