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Lazy Lucy

Dear Enchantress,

I don’t know what I’m doing wrong. I’m waking up and not wanting to get out of bed, I set up all the bells and whistles on my phone and my Alexa to get me up in the morning, and then I don’t have a good day. I work remotely – so I don’t have to be anywhere, and I don’t even have to check in on what time I wake up with a boss. But if I don’t get up, I lay in bed and think about all the things that I need to do, and all the relationships that need my help. I keep thinking of “the early bird catches the worm” and then I have all this shame about being “lazy.” HELP!?!?


Dear Lazy Lucy,

Oh darling, I get you. I understand, now for the first time I have found peace MOST days with morning experiences. SO! You have freedom in your morning schedule, and just to present that your freedom of getting up at whatever time you wish, and this is a problem with only you, that’s a big, wonderful thing! You have no one to blame, and I want to congratulate you on that.

I imagine you are a night owl. I do believe that each person has a natural internal clock. I also think that you can make your whole day and night work for you, if you are willing to examine and release beliefs that make you use the word “lazy” and the beliefs that make you feel like you’re “doing it wrong.”

My advice to you is to EXPERIMENT. Wake up what you would call early from your bed, and bring yourself to the couch, get as comfy as you want, but moving out of the bed will be different. Once you’re on the couch, play a healthy audio, something by Abraham Hicks, Bob Proctor, Ram Dass or Louise Hay, and listen or fall asleep, and this part can make all the difference: get curious about what comes next? If you get on your couch, and you feel energy, perhaps have a yoga mat nearby (or even put it out the night before) and see if you get on it and start stretching, perhaps have a journal out and see if you start writing, and also get curious if you fall back asleep on the couch, see that your body must still need sleep, AND let that be ok.

We are cyclical beings, so I also want you to know our inner clocks change with the season, the moon and other non-controllable elements, so there are no absolutes. Do this experiment with Grace and tons of kindness and compassion for yourself.

The Enchantress


To write to Shane with a question or to work with her, email her at love@enchantedembodiment.com

By Shane Kulman

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