Friday night I finished the final episode of Schitt’s Creek. People have been telling me to watch this series for years, but I could never get into it. Until this year.
Oh my goodness, this show has fed me love like none I’ve seen before. (If you have been resisting watching it I will tell you it takes until season 3 to really feel the full impact of the delicious gorgeousness of the show.)
After the final episode ended, Netflix was kind enough to recommend the Schitt’s Creek documentary Best Wishes, Warmest Regards: A Schitt’s Creek Farewell. There were so many powerful lessons about trust, following your Divine purpose, and surrender.
For example, even though Schitt’s Creek is now well known and beloved it only hit true notoriety after the final season was written. Think about this. They went 5 years without getting the praise that would ultimately come.
As Dan Levy, one of the show’s two creators reflected on this he said it was probably much easier to create what they created because they did it in a bubble of isolation. They were free to create the purest and best version of the show precisely because the Universe suspended notoriety until it was completed.
How many times have you wondered if the Divine or the Universe abandoned you because you haven’t received the results you expected? What if you knew those results were being suspended to ensure your highest and best path was reached?
If you’d like to be inspired to create without attachment to the outcome, please watch the documentary- Dan Levy talks about what that process was like and how he allowed himself to be led by inspired action! You’ll also hear stories from THREE of the main characters that all share they were about to give up on acting right before they were cast in this amazing show. (Seriously, one had applied for a job at PetSmart!)
Probably the most heart-opening part of Schitt’s Creek is the way the creators normalize LGBTQ relationships. They show us what’s possible with love.
Are you a Schitt’s Creek fan? I’d love to hear what you love the most! We can be part of the “late adopter Schitt’s Creek Fan Club” together!