A large part of being a high-value person is your willingness to express the sacred values you believe in for the world to see. It’s one thing to have an understanding of your convictions, but without having the courage to apply them externally, people don’t know that you have an inner light you’d like to shine.
When your thoughts, behavior, actions match in complete alignment with your personal value system, your radar for attracting people, opportunities, lifestyle changes to reinforce your standards becomes an automatic consequence of your shift.
When it comes to your expressiveness of being, communicate openly what brings you joy, laughter, sadness, anger. Express your depths more generously, courageously so that others can connect to you authentically. Keep in mind there is a difference between sharing your opinion and venting.
Before you express your opinions, have you backed up your stance by taking action to make an impact on your beliefs?
Or, are you simply making noise without any desire to change the script on what is going on with the world by bettering it with moving the needle each day?
Once you gain clarity around your value system, make the conscious decision to commit to them as if your life depends on it — because it does.
Dreams and goals without commitment have no sustaining power.
There’s integrity on not only being clear on what you want but also being willing to live a life that is more difficult than not because values that you choose are probably going to be hard values to live up to. This is where your self-discipline comes in to support you on staying on track to maintaining your values.
When you commit to your values, your greatness, your own inner truth, you commit to being the best version of yourself.
Part of that commitment is protecting your values by setting healthy boundaries and expressing your needs.
The commitment to expressing your needs is going to be something that gets you much more of what you want with a lot less potential for failure.
Part of being high value in a space of setting healthy boundaries is also the ability to walk away from things that no longer serve you. You must have a deep sense of faith in yourself and that there’s something in line for you that is much better than people, places and things that don’t resonate with your highest good.
These are aspects that will put you on the fast track to attracting the right people and situations that will continue to cultivate the direction of your high-value priorities to support you on your goals to greatness.
I'm a scorpio moon-INFJ biz owner, mindset coach based in New York and love leaning into all things sacred. I help empaths transform their pain into purpose using the wisdom of the birth chart and tarot archetype embodiment.
I'm an evolutionary business astrologer and intuitive business strategist currently located in California. I help conscious creatives and practitioners step into soul fulfilling work using the wisdom of their birth chart.