Episode 8: You are amazing!

photo of Bridget Hinman of Unicorn Square on Maui

Duration: 38:43

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This is my first interview episode. I love talking to people about the Transition in Consciousness and how to use the ideas in practical, on the ground ways. My guest is Bridget Hinman – the Fairy Liaison at Unicorn Square on Maui. We actually recorded this almost a year ago; the messages are as timely as ever.

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Website: UnicornSquare.com
Instagram: @UnicornSquare
Twitter: @UnicornSquare

Episode 8 Transcript

Roxanne Darling 0:03
Hello, my name is Roxanne darling, and this is in the transition podcast. Today is episode eight and I’m having a conversation with Bridget Henman from unicorn square.

If this is your first time listening, please visit my website inthetransition.com, to learn more. You can also tweet or Instagram me @roxannedarling.

In today’s episode, you have the immense pleasure of meeting my friend Bridget, who is the fairy liaison at Unicorn Square on Maui. How’s that for a job title? The mission of her company is to cultivate self acceptance, gratitude and being in nature. She shares some very unusual and for me, mind blowing tips about dealing with children who are acting up and we talk a lot about the adult, the kid and the soul you link to my ebook on the three us in the show notes. We take some of the fantasy gloss the kids have about what it means to be divine and explore practical ways that we as adults can tap into more consciousness and personal power. So let’s have a listen and enjoy the birds singing in the background.


So today is Sunday, April 1, 2018.

And we’re recording this at Unicorn Square on Maui, and I’m here with my friend, you are amazing t-shirt inspiration campaign

Bridget Hinman.

Bridget 1:37

Roxanne Darling 1:38
Hi, Bridget.

Bridget 1:39
Hi Roxanne.

It’s great to be here.

Great to have you here. Thank you,

Roxanne Darling 1:45
It’s such magical energy here. I’m excited.

Bridget 1:49
I’m glad you’re here, to be here to experience it.

Roxanne Darling 1:54
Alright, so we had a great conversation over coffee earlier this week, talking about the hierarchy versus the transition, which is an endless source of interest for me.

And so we were talking about how, you know, the theory of it of the transition is great, but it’s really not easy when it comes down to a day to day decisions and ideas. Because pretty much, you know, 95% of my brain, even with 25 years of thinking about the transition on any given day is being fed by my thousands of years of experience living in the hierarchy.

So you really takes you know, there’s this saying consciousness is everything. And it takes that it takes that stopping and evaluating of,

if you’re interested, there is no compelling anything. But you have an amazing business crowd here unicorn square. And in a nutshell, what’s it about?

Bridget 3:00
Well, thank you very much. I have unicorn square. And it was started with a fairy that my great grandmother made. And like an old fashioned fairy Pixie from the 50s. And kind of tweaked that a little bit and added some extra magic with a crystal heart and lavender in the hat. And then it has a little quiver in its wings where you can write messages, positive messages to kids.

It’s been great. It’s been great. All handmade. Yeah.

Roxanne Darling 3:36
But why did you do the business? I mean, you’re not just wanting to put another doll on the shelf?

Bridget 3:41
No, it’s definitely kind of it. The whole business is that if nowadays I find that it’s really hard to find something really special and meaningful. That is just goes a little bit deeper, and also helps with self esteem with kids, (excuse me) with positivity, and getting kids outside to be in nature. So it’s not just a toy, it’s a fun tool to be able to, to give kids permission to be kids again, instead of just being on their iPads all day long. Use their imagination. And in mostly the positivity because I find so many things right now are the same. Are you good? Are you bad? Are you naughty? Are you nice? If you do this, you can get this were simply with the fairies. It’s love yourself. And if you make a mistake, you can learn from it and move forward. But it’s just not.. it’s so heavy, so many things now for kids with judging that I like the fairies for it being a vehicle to just be kind of explore making good choices because it makes a child feel good about themselves. Right,

Roxanne Darling 4:53
right. So I love your tagline, which is “We believe in you.” Yeah. Which is so important in terms of the transition, which is about radical self acceptance. And the starting premise is that you are the divine, playing with limits and boundaries, space and time. That’s where you’re here, you’re here to play. And there’s nothing wrong with you or me or any of us. But in the hierarchy. of course, there’s everything wrong with us. And our daily plan and our goals and pretty much quote, air quotes. Everything is oriented around “how do I make myself a better person?” And, you know, like you said that whole good, bad, naughty, nice thing is the hierarchy talking. And it’s a pretend game, because of course, you know, if we pick any particular issue, um, there’s always more than one side, there’s always more than one point of view. And that’s what makes you know, it’s kind of like crazy making for people because there is no absolute good and absolute bad know, even though we think there is you know, we think killing another person. Oh, that’s really extreme. That’s really bad. But it’s done all day, every day and sometimes for I’ll, just say reasonable reasons, if not preferred reasons, whatever.

So in terms of, see, I get myself nervous. I get myself nervous.

Bridget 6:32
We’re on a good roll. Yeah, I like it. It is true. The but this is what we’re thinking to with the with the fairies is like Why two kids have to go of … if I would have been what I learned now in my when I turned 40 is when I started to I think it’s when I met you and we started having convert, you know, like these really awesome conversations about the hierarchy and the you know, and the transition. But what if I would have discovered this as a kid? Like, how much more awesome would my life have been to live it without the heaviness of constantly judging myself? Yeah, and compare and which I still do even knowing, like, you were saying, like, oh,

Roxanne Darling 7:16
and I and I still do to that’s why I said, you know 90, 95% of my brain still has tapes in there that I’m trying to ship out to the ding toolies least because I really don’t want them anymore. But they’re there, they’re there by habit. And, you know, cut try to unplug them as we can. But I think it’s really, you know, wonderful for kids. And we’re seeing such an explosion of this, of kids being really different. And their parents sticking up for them. (Yeah) in ways that we haven’t seen in previous generations, you know, because it was the role of the parent to basically socialize the child, so the child would fit in, so the child would be successful. Be safe. And you know, that’s that core nugget of the hierarchy, right there is anytime we’re going for safety, security, survival on any kind of conscious or unconscious level, we’ve sort of fallen over into hierarchical thinking because you know, is the divine, the divine can do anything. And that gets caught up in the new, I hear myself talking like, Oh, I can do anything? Yes. And no, you know, that’s sort of a new age fantasy that if you meditate right, you’ll get the parking lot (spot) every time you go into town. And obviously you don’t. So the the reverse logic then is, well, I didn’t meditate, right? Because I didn’t get the parking space. (Yeah.) And that’s, that doesn’t feel good. Now, that is denying the fact that if your soul wants you to get the parking spot, it could have made that happen. But it didn’t. So who cares? Yeah, you know,

Bridget 8:57
just and then figure out because I like we’re it’s just a game like you wake up in the morning going, what, what’s today’s game going to look like? And it could just be where you don’t get the spot? Because that’s, the game’s changing a little bit for that.

Roxanne Darling 9:10
Right. Right. Most of it, I think, you know, we don’t know the “whys.” Yeah. And so I try not to spend any more time than necessary asking that question. On the backside. Like, why did this go wrong? Why didn’t I get this? Because I find that I want, I can’t get an accurate answer, I can’t really know. And two, it’s a bummer! I don’t enjoy those conversations, because they all involve the premise that if I had done something differently, I would have gotten a different result. And while that might be mechanically true, sure you do something different, you get a different result. I didn’t. So what’s the point of rehashing it? Because right now, it’s a new Now! (Yeah) When I’m in the past, or in the future, I’m not in the Present, then that’s the, you know, like one of the other really core things about the transition that I both love, and that, at times, terrifies me, based on my many years of pain, in the hierarchy, all I really do have to think about is being in the present.

Bridget 10:21
Yeah, that’s it,

Roxanne Darling 10:23
and it will, the Present will continue to take care of itself. And when I’m in the thinking about what I should have done on what I’ll do next time, you know, excessively, then I’m not here now. And I’m missing whatever is coming in the, you know, proverbial mail for me.

Bridget 10:42
I know. So I went once. And this is my favorite, whenever I catch myself looking too far in the future, trying to project and I was at a museum at the Metropolitan Museum of Art with a friend of mine once and I remember sitting there looking at this amazing Monet piece with his friend of mine. We just gotten into museum and she came up to me with her phone. She goes, “Okay, we have five more minutes left in here and then I’m going to get tickets to go to the Broadway show to do blah, blah.” And I remember just like just really getting so now pretty upset where I’m like, “No, we’re looking at an amazing piece of art. I don’t care what’s coming in the future. This is amazing right now. Why just enjoy this moment.” And it’s it’s the funniest story of this one, but, it always pops up every time.

Roxanne Darling 11:28
Yeah, it’s a good it’s a short, sweet, you know, really clear example of how we’re, we’re so trying to escape the moment, right at times. It is we think the next moments going to be better.

Bridget 11:40
Yeah, and at this moment, it’s a masterpiece, like it’s amazing.

It’s like where the birds are chirping. This is here. Here we are visiting together. You know, like, it’s amazing.

Like your shirt. You are amazing. “You are amazing.” [From the Inspiration Campaign.]

Roxanne Darling 11:52
I’m wearing my “You are amazing”

Bridget 11:53
Yeah and which is the best. I love it. I love it so much. And yeah, so it’s always a nice reminder, whenever I, you could sit there and think, either end of your life, it’s kind of fun to be like no right now.

Roxanne Darling 12:07
Well, you did something in your previous job when you were director of the high school boys and girls club that I thought was really brilliant and very transitional thinking in terms of not parenting, per se, but yours. You’re not the parent, you’re the kids boss supervisor. But tell us what you would do when someone would break the rules.

Bridget 12:36
Yeah, so when I had gotten there, there was a rules chart of consequences for breaking a rule. Chewing gum inside which I was pretty lax about until I actually stepped on a piece of gum. (Haha) That’s why we have this rule.

bouncing ball like all these random things and, and and not random but you know, you have to have some order.

There were a couple of consequences like one was if you swore you had to do 10 push ups, which I was like, Whoa, kids, exercise shouldn’t be a punishment, it should be, they should be doing 10 push ups because they enjoy it, you know. And so I always struggled with a punishment, per se. And then also when you really broke a rule, to do sentences, and I remember back in the day when I went to Catholic school, like doing sentences was the worst and

Roxanne Darling 13:30
Yeah, “I will not yell at Bobby”

Bridget 13:34
and so just like, I’m sorry, this is your hand. You know, and it was awful. And so I thought it would be fun. And I did it with the kids because they made a poor choice in that moment. And the each one of the kids individually are amazing. When they got into a group, if some of them would push each others buttons, and sooner or later there’d be a poor choice that was made, they could have done better, you know, and so that’s how e get into a little pickle of having to have some consequences for choices.

And so I would make them write sentences. But instead of it being like, I will not. I was like, “I’m amazing. I am the best person to walk this earth. In one moment, I made a poor choice. I learned from that moment. And now I’m going to move forward with an awesome day ahead of me, because I’m amazing.” And it would be this really long sentence, kind of having a little bit of you know, thing, but spinning it in a way so that it would help their self esteem so that they would know like, no one wants to, not only get in trouble, but then also have the heaviness of still being in trouble and still, you know, just all this and I’m not getting any self awareness out of it.

Bridget 14:47
And yeah, feeling. Yeah, because you already feel kind of lousy. When you make a poor choice. You’re not in the best. It’s usually if at least in my experience, even now, if I make a poor choice, I’m already kind of feeling not great. So also on the same token can say also, you know, like, so there’s got to be a balance. And so when I did that, it was so great. And the parents would come in, and I would have to tell the parents of so and so made this choice today. And so,

and the kids would hate having to write the sentences like it because they’d have to write it like 50 times. “I’m amazing.” And it was so great, because they wouldn’t be just like, really, you know, sulking and bummed out as they’re writing it.

And like, what you don’t think you’re amazing. So it open up this really great conversation to be like, why you are amazing. And, you know, you just need to make a better choice in the future, you know, think about it, but it has so many multi levels, because even if they were like, I’m going to tell my mom, okay, that’s great. Tell your mom, that I made you write 100 times that you’re amazing, you know, like, go for it, like, have fun with it. And so then it stuffed that argument! You’re like, and it was just such a cool way to …

Roxanne Darling 15:55
It’s a fabulous way to play with the energy and to, you know, be able to acknowledge that something was done. I mean, you know, sort of a, you know, a kid-like interpretation of the transition is all I can do anything anywhere I anytime I want, you know, you can and there are consequences, because this place we inhabit has limits and boundaries. And, you know, those are set in place. And as you get older, you can try and change them or maybe even while you’re younger, you can try and change them. But for now, that’s what they are. And so how do you want to choose to interact with them. And the, you know, the punishment model, you know, it sort of reminds me of the, it’s almost like the punishment model in the United States in terms of the prisons, and I don’t want to get super heavy here, but it’s very harsh, and morally infused with “you are horrible person and you must suffer” versus in Norway, you know, they do almost 180 degrees the opposite of “you made a bad choice, there’s probably reasons for that, we’re going to put you in a confined space,

take you off the streets. But we’re going to teach you how to organic farm, we are going to teach you life skills, we are going to go you know a few steps beyond the act itself, and try and rehabilitate you as a human so you can be here and participate in society.” And, you know, that’s part of this amazing, you know, diversity right now that there are a lot of things that I find in my transition that I find very appealing and that that seem very transitional in their approach, even though I’m sure those Norway prison directors probably have never heard of the transition vs hierarchy, terms of these consciousness games.

Bridget 18:02
but it’s awesome. But and it’s how it should be. Because it’s like it for someone to do something so horrible. I always think about like, what happened, you know, like, where At what point,

Roxanne Darling 18:15
right? It doesn’t just drop out of the sky from nowhere. Yeah, it’s just

Bridget 18:19
and on and on and on and, and then all of a sudden, there’s just failed in so many ways throughout their life, then all of a sudden, something’s triggered, they do something horrible. And then, on top of that, anyway, it’s … I think there can be a better way for those things to happen. Yeah. Yeah. So play out for people.

Roxanne Darling 18:41
Right. So um, you know, it’s just thinking of, you know, we were talking the other day about just something, on the other hand, very simple, and light-hearted: scheduling and goal setting. Yes. And I’ve had a challenge with that in my I transition, because by nature by my past nature, very hard working person, unable to stop, work at home, which means I work till 11 o’clock at night. Yeah, because I just always feel like I have to get more done. And that’s really a very hierarchical mindset of things. And so I wanted to change that. But what I have found is that I actually had to take a couple of years now of being a ‘slacker on purpose.’ I wrote in my writers group, you know, I’m exploring how lazy I can be and how little I can get accomplished and still be happy with myself. (Yeah) at the end of the day, because I realize so much of my happiness and my self worth self esteem, self acceptance was based on my productivity. (Yeah.) And how crazy is that? That’s the crazy game of the hierarchy!

Bridget 20:01
Yeah, who started, who said it was eight hours and who said that? ‘Everything has to start at eight o’clock in the morning.’ Like I because I’m been doing the same thing. working from home on the fairies. And the fairies are so energy-based, that I only work on them when I’m like, ‘Yes, I’m like there’s magic.’ And it’s full of all the goodness of everything that culminates but that goodness for me isn’t mass producing. And I’m finally just owning that and just saying no, there’s, it’s, it’s not draining, because it is, it’s really exciting. And when I finished one, I’m excited to play with it, put it out in nature and take pictures. And every fairy, I would say could be slightly used by the time it goes on shelves, because I have a good time with them. 🙂

But yeah, it’s a really interesting thing to try to figure out your schedule, and I am more productive I’m going discovering in the evenings. And, and so why not go to the beach for two hours in the morning. And instead of just feeling like I should be working when … It’s just this thing of just giving myself permission to be like, well, who says?

Roxanne Darling 21:10
it’s just a permission to be you! (Yeah.) Which is really, that’s why that’s, that’s what the Transition in consciousness is about is just helping each of us who are interested, remember that we are divine beings, and everyone here is a divine being. (Yeah.) And everyone gets, you know, to make their own choices. And the more we realize it’s hard, you know, for some of us it I think for I don’t know, I won’t say for how many people, but for a lot of people, it is really hard to know, what is my ideal schedule? (Yeah.) And then and then. And then things change. You know, it’s a new season. And now I want to work in the morning, not in the night,

Bridget 21:58
because it’s nice.

Roxanne Darling 22:00
or just whatever it may be, yeah, things can change. And then it’s like, well, wait a minute, you know, it’s like that kid energy is in there saying, ‘No, we figured out who we are, we can’t change again, we have to stay the same.’ And then there’s like this, you know, transition period of, well, wait a minute, I’m not feeling happy. Maybe I can adjust my schedule, and maybe I’ll feel happier again. So, you know, some people when I you know, talk with them about this, they say, “Oh my god, it just sounds so exhausting. You’re just constantly paying attention and adjusting.” And then that sort of thing. And, you know, my, my response to that is, ‘You don’t have to do this. None of this matters. (Yeah.) You two are the divine and you can be a total fuck up.’ (Yeah.) It’s fine. Yeah. You know, it’s totally fine. (Yeah.) So it’s, it’s I love this, you know, internet concept of opt in? (Yeah.)

Because the Transition is 100% opt in. (Yeah.) You can do it when you want, not do it when you don’t want, think about it when you want, not think about it when you don’t want?

Bridget 23:13
Yeah. And I think to like, even cuz for me, it’s really funny. Like, especially for kids and stuff with, with attention deficit disorder, like, ADD, like all of these things. When I sit there going, is it that everyone is just finally just saying, ‘No, I can’t sit still for three hours straight. I just can’t.’ And it’s not I don’t need to be medicated. I’m perfectly healthy. And I’m perfectly accepting that. No, I can get stuff done. If I go and set a timer. And I go, and I say for this next 45 minutes, one hour, I’m going to just focus on this. And then I’ll give myself a treat after I’m done. And I just do this little thing. And so I sit there thinking about it for kids, especially in everyone who’s not fitting into the mold of whoever throughout the centuries has created this mold. It’s okay. Yeah,

So I’m finally embracing that. I mean, I don’t when I was a kid, it wasn’t even a thing at all, but all my life, I’ve just been — my cousin’s used to call the shiny penny syndrome. If I go, here comes Bridget shiny Penny syndrome, because I’m just on tangents. And I like it. It’s my happy little world with fairies, off on tangents, it works. And it’s a happy place. And I’m accepting that more where I’m like, ‘No, this is who I am. This is it.’ And it’s fun.

Roxanne Darling 24:10
This friend of mine, who’s very involved in Transition consciousness, had a child. And, you know, one of the things that The Guys said to her at one point that really stuck with me all these years is that parents and teachers and society at large, often expect kids to do what they are not neurologically, physiologically psychologically capable of, and they don’t let them do those things they are neurologically, psychologically, physically capable of doing. And sitting still is just a really good example. That, you know, and I always when I heard that, it’s like, oh, my gosh, well, thinking from a biology perspective, which is what I went to college in, I mean, just think about their bodies, their cells dividing like crazy, because they’re growing.

There’s literally all this stuff on the cellular level, taking place, and then we expect them to just sit there and stare at a teacher, you know, for an older person. Yeah. So it’s great education is coming along, and kids now working group tables, instead of rows, all looking at the teacher. And, you know, in many cases, it’s a lot more interactive, which is awesome. You know, so little bit by little bit, you know, things, things do change. But that whole thing of, of, you know, for parenting or for working with kids is really examining, what are they capable of doing? And we think, I think – I’ll speak only for myself, that’s a clear way to go.

They have this ability to appear more mature, because of the superficial things they can do. They can fix the computer, when mom can they can, you know, run the electronics, they know what’s going on in politics, these 16 and 17 year old students in Florida that have created this mass movement and are totally owning Twitter. Yeah. And etc, etc. And at the same time,

They’re still kids. Yeah, you know, so it’s easy for us to then forget, well, what are they capable of? What are they not capable of? And I don’t want to talk about those kids in particular, but especially more with younger children, you know, they need sleep. And that’s our job to help them get their rest, even though they may fight it, especially with screens. Yeah.

And then, you know, let them do more if they want to, like this whole Washington State just passed this free range parenting, [It was Utah actually. You can read more here. http://www.freerangekids.com/laws/]

Bridget 27:24
I read that article,

Roxanne Darling 27:24
Isn’t that amazing? I remember reading the story of the mom and her kid in the subway right when it first came out. And most nine year olds probably are not begging their mom to let them take the New York subway by themselves. So you shouldn’t be pushing your kid to to the head if they don’t want to. Yeah. But if you have a child that has this channel that of interest, then it’s okay to figure out how to set aside your own fears. and work with that kid, let them do what they’re capable of doing. Set up the backup plan and let them learn through experience. We all love learning through experience. Yeah.

Bridget 28:07
We always used to grow up with a no news is good news. Like we’d have a plan. But I don’t hear anything from you. It’s good news early. Good. And that was always just kind of the kind of all right, well, and that was before cell phones. And it was a great way to grow up.

Roxanne Darling 28:23
Your parents didn’t expect the kids to check in every 10 minutes. Yeah, that’s kind of for me a downside. But you know, yeah,

Bridget 28:29
I always upsized and down, right. It’s kind of an interesting, yeah, yeah. Interesting. But we’re always outside. There was no helicopter. And it was, but we were in boundaries of parameters, you know, that were set up. This is what we expect. When the streetlights come on, you have to be home. Until then no news is good news. Which was really? Why Yeah, yeah.

Roxanne Darling 28:54
And if, if when I think about it, this the really sweet part of that.

I’m not quite sure I might be getting myself into over my head here. So I’ll just talk it out and see. But the nice part of that is that the parents felt safe. And the kids felt safe. And so they could push us out the door and not see us until just before sunset. (Yeah.) And things are are really different now. And so you know, a big part of for me in my transition is, you know, not sort of fantasizing about the past. But you know, we have this right now, you know, what can we do right now? Because things are different. But the whole safety, security survival questions — that is really juicy territory. Because how do we find that? And how do we experience it? And if we only experience it based on external factors, we’re missing an opportunity to experience it on this deep soul level. You know, how can I feel safe, secure in the midst of my boss yelling at me? Yeah, you know, like, that’s the Olympics of the Transition…

Bridget 30:20

Roxanne Darling 30:21
I might lose my job, man, I can’t pay my bills, you know, like, the mind is going to take that natural chain of events. But unless the boss has a gun to your head, you, as a divine being, you’re safe.

Bridget 30:43
I remember when I first made another decision, I was 5000 miles away from New York. And I remember waking up every morning going, ‘I don’t know how this exactly happened. I’m here. And here’s hoping I can survive and make it another day.’ And I remember just waking up every single day, just thinking that and being like, ‘Here’s hoping I’ll be able to pay my bills, here’s hoping I can do this.’ And then all of a sudden, like, after a couple years, I’m like, why is that what I’m starting my day off with? I’m fine. And even in the worst of days of trying to figure it out, it’s come together. So my new practice has been trying to just let go and still do my due diligence of keeping things moving, but not spending so much energy on the black or, you know, just the just getting by in or what the worrying part as for the safety, you know, because it just feels like you know, and also it’s kind of just based out of exhaustion.

Roxanne Darling 31:42
thing about Yeah, super tired. Yeah. beating yourself up year after year after year. Yeah,

Bridget 31:48
it was like, one time I was flying. And I was thinking about this. I was flying in a flight and I used to hate to fly and a flight was coming into like Denver or something. And the plane was all over the place. And I remember looking out the window going this pilot, ‘he better tighten up this plane and get on track and blah, blah, blah. And I think, ‘since when did I become a pilot?’

I don’t even know. Why am I going out with them now and trying to control a pilot who is a professional flying a plane. And I’m upset because I just let the man and the minute I I thought of that I think this is the most ridiculous thing. I’m micromanaging a pilot from someone who’s never flown anything. Right? And that was and then I was just like, Oh, I’m exhausted for worrying. Just let the cards fall where they fall. And the minute I like oh, no, I love to fly. It’s like, okay, just do your thing I trust Yeah, yeah, good. But I kind of apply that to everything to just going Why? Why am I, who am I to say whether something’s gonna go positively or negatively? I just put it out there. And hopefully it sticks. And hopefully I get to still be the Maven of Unicorn Square. But there’s no guarantees. Who knows?

Roxanne Darling 32:58
No, there aren’t. And i think that’s some of the message that the fairies teach is that, you know, be in nature. Be Here Now. Yeah. Believe in yourself that that self acceptance, you know, if you make a choice that feels bad, you know, that you’re not happy with it breaks the rules, and you have consequences, then you can get over it. Yeah. And you know, it’s it’s always a new day. Yeah,

Bridget 33:23
That’s for sure. It is. It’s really exciting. The fairies are fun. I just, there’s just so many things. And I don’t even know, most of the time when I hear that ‘We believe in you’ from the fairies. While it’s it’s like you’re doubting yourself. Yeah, I like where the real is this for me sending out to other kids? Or was it the fairies talking to me all along? And wouldn’t that be an interesting twist?

Which I think about often where I’m like, this message was for me, and I’m sending it out to everyone else.

Roxanne Darling 33:53
I love that I you know, that idea of a hologram. You know, the microcosm becomes the macrocosm, there’s really no separation between what the fairies are doing for you and what the fairies you know, to do for the children. Yes, well,

Bridget 34:10
same really blows my mind. And that’s kind of where it’s been going more and more. And it’s really funny. And it makes me always stop. And I’m sorry, several occasions, I’ve just been like, ah, I learned more about hey, yeah. I learned more about myself through the process of this, creating the fairies that I like, and I’m like, I get it, I get it. You know, like, it’s a really, it’s really funny.

It’s magic. It really is. Yeah. And so hopefully, it’ll resonate out there. And if not, that’s okay. You know, like, it’s just fun. For me. It’s been the wildest four years of developing this story. And exploring it’s amazing that it’s it just blows my mind. Because never in my wildest dreams of this ever. I never thought I would be doing this I never aspired, right. I just kind of fell into it. And now I’m so excited just to see where it goes. And there’s so much happening that to not see where it goes, is denying wherever all of this was coming.

Roxanne Darling 35:21
What your energy is right now. Yeah. Well, I think that’s a great place to wrap up, really this whole vibe up of self awareness. And, you know, being selfish, which I talked about in one of the earlier episodes about selfishness is really a cool thing. And you’re learning about yourself. How is that? (It’s awesome.) It’s really cool. It’s been great. Yeah, yeah.

Bridget 35:46
And I encourage everyone to do this. Because it’s so much fun. Yeah. It’s really awesome.

Roxanne Darling 35:52
Okay. Awesome. All right, great. People can find you at unicorn square. That’s your website and your instant. Yeah. And your Twitter.

Bridget 36:01
Which yeah, yes and no, a little yes or no. On Twitter. I’m trying to find my Twitter voice. Yeah. Which is interesting. Yeah. Yeah. We’ll see. We’re working on that still. Okay. I know is that all right where it ends up.

Fantastic. Thank you so much for being here.

in the Transition. Yeah, I know. Thank you, Rox, for introducing me to the Transition. I love your work. Thank you. Amazing. Thank you. Thank you.

Roxanne Darling 36:34
Well, I hope you found that useful, and perhaps even entertaining. I’ve been wanting to have more conversations on this podcast. I’m one of those people whose ideas come into clearer focus when I’m interacting with another person. It’s like one soul plus another soul equals so much more of the universe than merely two people talking. If you would like to explore the transition in consciousness with me on the podcast, please be in touch.

And do follow Bridget around the web @UnicornSquare. That’s her website, her Instagram, her Pinterest, her Twitter, and her Facebook.

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I use a specialized form of coaching to help people be more of who they are and less of who they're not. I lived in Hawaii for 17 years and now reside in Santa Fe, NM. I work with clients around the world. I invite you to join my "Get Blissed" email list for updates.