More niche topics, part 2

Last time I posted about not wanting to have a narrow niche. You guys asked: “What’s really going on here when you say “I don’t want to define myself.”? and “What do you think you get to avoid by not defining yourself/aligning with one niche?

Here’s how I feel about it. I want to help people FEEL better. Cause isn’t that all that anyone wants, anyway? I don’t want to be known as “the girl who helps overachievers transition into meaningful work without taking a pay cut” or “the coach who helps professional women with busy lives lose the last 20 pounds without going on a restrictive diet”, or whatever. Not that there’s anything wrong with those things, but they feel so LIMITING.

I want to help people raise their consciousness so they can become the best version of themselves. So that they can let go of all the BS that ties them down in this time-space reality, and step into the fullness of what it means to be a human. People have so much bullshit in the way of that realization. They think: my weight is the problem, my health needs to be fixed, maybe I need a relationship, or a new job, or more money, or whatever.

That’s what they THINK. We both know they are wrong.

So when my messaging is focused on the limited three dimensional “hey, here’s how I get you the thing you think will make you happy, but actually won’t!” niche/message, it feels out of alignment. It feels flat, shallow, and like I’m selling myself short.

But at the same time, I know that people THINK that’s what they want. Why would anybody want to raise their consciousness? Well, usually because they think they can GET something by doing so.

But we both know that isn’t possible! If we try to “feel our feelings” and “be happy now” SO THAT we can get something, we are attached to the outcome. As Brooke discussed in this month’s live coaching call that is NOT how it works.

I feel like by niching down to be so specific, I’m teaching people how to move crap around in their current reality so they can get what they think will make them happy.

What I REALLY want to teach is to eff ALL of that. I want to teach people how to remove all the perceived obstacles in the way of their happiness, the obstacles that only exist because of the way they’re thinking, so they can BECOME (actually, remember) who they are. Not GET what they think will make them happy, because it won’t.

So when it comes down to health, wealth, or relationships – great. It just feels so shallow to me. Because why do we want any of those things? To quote Abraham-Hicks – “because we thinking we will be happy in the having of them.” We KNOW this isn’t true – so why do we teach people how to get things?