Remember you are always enough, you are continually transforming, and you are always shedding parts of yourself that no longer serve you.
Practice embracing ALL the sum bits of yourself even the ones you try to hide; the only way to get to know yourself intimately is to expose yourself to yourself.
We often try to squash the dark parts of ourselves because we were taught to not let those aspects of ourselves show because we will be less than if we are not all good and living up to everyone’s beliefs and expectations.
Every emotional aspect of ourselves is the fuel of our lives. Just take inventory of your relationships in your life; work, family, and friends. Everyone is telling a story to us and introducing us to our emotional selves as we are mirroring it back to them.
A great tool this life offers…OTHERS
However, everything we think we are hiding is really in plain sight. Just take inventory of your life. We have all heard the saying; “You can run, but you can’t hide.” Isn’t that the truth, because another saying confirms that; “everywhere you go, there you are.” So why not get to know ourselves more and shed the layers we have grown from and replace them with a higher potential of self-acceptance, self-love and inner-joy fascinating aspects of the peaceful warrior you are.
Our lives are about getting to know ourselves with fierce compassion and understanding of how powerful we are to ourselves.
If we meet ourselves with peace, love, compassion and without comparisons, we can understand how our thoughts and words have a direct experience of what is happening in our lives. We can then begin to open up and trust ourselves more and evaluate our practices from a loving, sacred place.
YOU alone decide who and what you are willing to meet, you have a right to your choices and a right to your feelings. Kindness and understanding with ourselves are the paths to creating the lives we can live in peace and more understanding.
We are always beginning each breath, each moment we are re-birthing ourselves.
You are a grand celebration every single day.
“Inner Peace Comes Through Knowing Who You Are.
Knowing Who You Are Starts With Knowing Where
You Came From And How You Got Here.”