Catching Thoughts: Chrysalis.

Via on Feb 26, 2012

 

I had to share an inspiring poem on transformation, called “Chrysalis” by Sandra Payne that reminds me of this well known quote by Anais Nin:

“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.”

 

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About Celia Aurora de Blas

Celia Aurora de Blas is an Actress, Producer and Yoga Nidra teacher in Los Angeles. By being honest and public about her path in changing herself, she intends to help others by example. "Change is challenging, but it helps when we see others do what we're trying to do. It makes it less scary."

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2 Responses to “Catching Thoughts: Chrysalis.”

  1. Eric says:

    Nice reading!!! cocoon, chrysalis, small mind…all the same. yes, how do we break free??
    (you rub your nose a lot in your videos :)

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