Fireball

a ball of fire, something resembling such a ball, the primordial fireball associated with the beginning of the universe, a brilliant meteor that may trail bright sparks, the highly luminous cloud of vapor and dust created by a nuclear explosion, a highly energetic person.

Are you a fireball? You know you’re one if you are fulfilled. No matter what you are doing, no matter how mundane the task, even laundry, you are so in the moment, you enjoy it.

A fireball is a person who ignites passion in whatever they do. This is because they only take action when they are inspired. If a project or person doesn’t inspire them, they do not engage. This is because they understand the value of energy. If you gift your time and attention to someone who drains you emotionally, mentally, physically and spiritually, you wind up being a wet match and you can’t light anything with that.

When we are feeling all of this bliss and love that comes from feeling fulfilled, we feel this intensity and essentially we become a fireball of energy that attracts anything and anyone we could ever want.

But in order to be the fireball, you have to be willing to go into the fire. You have to be willing to heal all of the trauma that has kept you in a loop where you repeat the same old things. This takes courage, which is why a lot of people aren’t fireballs.

You can’t fake this heat. You can try, but when people get close enough to you, they will feel the chill and then of course, you will too, because they won’t stick around.

So the question remains. Are you fulfilled? Are you happy? Content? Are you joyously living in the moment? Appreciating everything you have? Or are you suppressing all of your emotions, counting all your coin and hoping you will eventually become a fireball, when you don’t even have a flame?

Let me know how that’s working for you Boo. I’ll be over here setting fires!

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gretchenlynnallison

I am an actress, model, writer and creator of inspirational card decks I sell on Amazon. I also love animals and spend a great deal of time working as a volunteer with several organizations.

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