How Getting Into the Woo Helped Me Move Forward… and How It Can Help You, Too
I went to 8 different elementary schools as a kid and an all-girls Catholic High School. By the time I was in High School I wasn’t quite sure what I believed when it came to God but I knew that I wasn’t down for some old man to tell me what to think.
I was a stubborn one from day 1 -- ain’t NOBODY going to tell Vix what to do.
And as I navigated my four years of high school -- four of the most important years of your life second to the four you spend in college and third to the four you spend in the first years out of college -- I learned so much about myself and spun new chapters of my success story. Some chapters were to be returned to at a different moment in time (which is where those other chunks of four-year sprints in life come in) but some were solved on the spot.
As I enter my third decade in this world, I have opened A LOT of those chapters that I put a pin in back in the day. I did this, in some cases, by choices but in other cases? They simply opened like a spooky spell book waiting for me to find the key to uncover the truth for me.
The Woo may not be for you but it may be… and if you don’t consider it, how will you know?
For as long as I can remember, I’ve read my horoscope every, single day. The AstroTwins are part of my daily routine and I now also listen to freevibeoftheday.com to understand more about numerology and how it impacts the vibe/energy of the day.
How This Helped Me Succeed
It may seem odd, but by allowing myself to completely JUMP into this without judgment, I found that my success was easier to come by. Not that I don’t work hard for what I have -- and not that you shouldn’t DO THE WORK for what you want to create in this world -- but by allowing yourself to be positive and to reframe your concept of why things happen and how they happen for you (instead of to you), you have a greater potential to be… happy and positive and THAT is always going to call in more good things for you.