If other people’s expectations make it hard for you to make space for your dream in your life then you have to work on creating and maintaining healthy boundaries.

Even when other people’s expectations aren’t making things hard for you, as you grow and change your boundaries may need re-structuring.

Good healthy boundaries are what makes dreams possible.

They are how you make space for you to be yourself, to take care of yourself and take care of your dreams.

Here's how the Creative Dream Incubator can help:

This is a part of the Map of the Creative Dream Circle. The linked content will only be accessible to Circle members.

Dream Book is a CONTAINER that helps hold you more firmly in your process of healing and growing towards your dream. This is the container that helps hold space for you to do the work of creating the boundaries you need in your life. In Dream Book you're developing a deep practice of creating and holding space for yourself, your dream, and the life you want to be living.

Watch the Sovereignty video.

The Energy Clearing audio can really help with this.  Energetically clearing everything out of your space that doesn’t serve you supports you in doing the same with your boundaries in your life.

Working on your boundaries may being up a lot of uncomfortable feelings, bring them to the Un-Sticking Station.

The Superpower Journal class helps you feel more powerful which helps hold boundaries.

In the Enoughness Q+A video a lot of the questions I got were from people facing others telling them that they're not doing/being enough, so I talked about how to work with this kind of boundary issue.

Your membership give you access to ALL of my classes - the Netflix of Creative Dreams!

They are all listed on your personal dashboard which shows you how much of each class you have completed (that feature only works if you are using the check boxes to check off your progress as you work through the lessons).

This map, which is really an index, helps you find a class based on what you want to explore and gives some tips + ideas for different ways of working with the material depending on what you want to do.

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