The Pajama Party Credo

So on Monday night, I had the brilliant idea (borrowed from a client, actually) of doing a past life regression audio. I have spent most of the rest of the week in bed or sitting on the toilet, pot in hand, gushing toxicity out of my body. I’m freakin’ exhausted. Probably more effective than some fancy “cleanse.” About the best thing I can say about the whole ordeal is that it was a good excuse to wear pajamas lol.

With that very graphic introduction, now that everyone is wide awake, it is time to introduce the Official Pajama Party Credo.

My seven-year old self would be very proud of me (to read about her pajama escapades, see yesterday’s article). “Finally,” she is saying, “you finally stood up to all those ridiculous ‘grown-ups’ who told you to sell your soul in order to fit in. It’s about time you finally got it.” Haha :)

Yes, indeed, it’s humbling to realize that we probably understood life better as a seven-year old than we did after years of so-called “education” and “learning.”

What was it that society taught us, after all?

They taught us to be powerless. They taught us to fit in. And they taught us to sacrifice what we really wanted for what we thought was “all we could get.”

No more. All this ridiculous nonsense ends with the Pajama Party Movement, starting now.

The Pajama Party Credo is simple:

1. We commit to working from home, setting our own schedules, being our own boss, and doing only work (play) that we love. (Wearing pajamas most of the time, of course – that goes without saying! :p) ) We vow to never, ever, ever give our power away again.

2. We commit to making at least $1 million each year doing this (for help with this, see the 30-Day Abundance Challenge and the 30-Day “Tap for $1 Million” Challenge).

3. We commit to making the world a better place by reducing the totally unnecessary traffic jams, accidents, pollution, unhappiness, depression, road rage, dry cleaning waste, relationship strife, resource shortages and a myriad of other problems that result from the “herd mentality” of people driving to work every day to meaningless jobs that they do not enjoy, in bureaucratic hierarchies where some people have way too much power and others have none.

4. We commit to being happy, being abundant, and being free, the way God intended us.

5. We commit to helping other souls convert to the Pajama Party lifestyle so that the movement can grow and change the world.

By making these commitments, we intend to heal the planet. In yesterday’s article, I gave more details about the movement that is gaining momentum in my private Facebook coaching group. And since then, between rounds of vomiting, I have already drafted the blueprint of our internet initiative to make this vision a reality for all group members. If you’d like to join us, please get in touch with me pronto.

About the Author:

Erika Awakening is a Harvard Law School graduate and former practicing attorney. She left the rat race to become a location-independent entrepreneur, holistic life coach, blogger, speaker, healer, and Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT tapping) expert. Erika Awakening is one of the world's foremost experts on eradicating limiting beliefs and lifestyle design on your own terms. Learn more about Erika Awakening

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