Are you experiencing emotional stress—ranging from feeling unsettled to full blown depression—because of climate change?
Sweetheart, I get it. I’ve been there!
The new reports coming out paint a dire picture and it can be overwhelming.
When these facts come up against your Queen archetype, bad things can happen. Why?
Because one attribute of a Queen in gold is the desire to protect her kingdom and leave it beautiful, safe, and thriving for those who will inherit it.
Your Gold Queen is trying so hard to do that, but other people keep mucking it up!
In the end, the inner turmoil gets to be so much that you may end up an ugly, crying mess on the floor or hulking out at everyone in a MAGA hat.
This is not helpful. (Sorry, but it had to be said.)
I’ve got some helpful tips…
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however, the specific action steps depend on your level of anxiety and how your emotions come out.
When you hear the statistics about climate chaos, do you find yourself feeling sad and scared? Or do you launch into anger and rage?
If it’s the former, your Maiden archetype may need a rest, so her nervous system can recuperate. If this is you, your actions steps are in the Maiden section.
However, if you’re on the path of righteous rage, your Warrior archetype may be ready to channel that energy into action. If so, your checklist is in the Warrior section.
If you oscillate back and forth between defeated sadness and actionable anger, my recommendation is to pay close attention to what your soul needs in the moment. Then, honor yourself by doing what your heart and body needs. If you’re not sure what you need, take a deep breathe and ask yourself, “What would love do?”
Regardless if you’re team Maiden or team Warrior on this issue, everyone would benefit from these three things:
Honor The Maiden
Stop These Two Things:
Do These Two Things:
Be gentle with yourself, sweet human. Your sensitivity is a gift. Honor it.
Honor The Warrior
Do These Three Things:
Go forth climate warrior! Until you need rest. Then rest.
If you are finding yourself in a dark place or having suicidal thoughts, please reach out immediately to a Crisis Text Line.
When the constant pursuit to do more leads to overwhelm and anxiety, it’s easy to find yourself feeling disconnected, exhausted, and paralyzed in indecision. For over 15 years, Lynn has been mentoring people through a nature-oriented framework that allows them to reclaim a sense of connection, peace, and purpose.