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October 19, 2020

Timid mind and the Art of healing

Being open here on social media and in life has been hard my whole life I’ve been timid and an introvert. Sharing myself unapologetically, not a look but a feel as a mom, a woman, a yogi, a artist, a author, a personal trainer & a human without the mask has been hard. We are taught we must be a certain way to be a good human but humanning doesn’t have a look it has a feel. Writing my book was one of the hardest things I did. There was this constant urge in me to stay in the darkness, I didn’t know why. By the time I made my mind that it was impossible for me to do, there alighted the fear, haunting me with the words that rang
constantly in my head, “You’re not brave enough”. In this moment I saw that a person’s greatest limitations are not genetic, but imposed by self-doubt, insecurities, indecision, and timidity. As I work on and through my journey of becoming and knowing, learning and growing, owning and responsibility of my life and me. I realise more and more how important it is to acknowledge my fears but not become them, accept then but not hitch there with them but remind myself I am the light the darkness comes to, to remember that it too is light in lessons learned, boundaries thst are needed for alignment to remember me and who I wish to be. But most importantly being human is just simply being and love is never gone it’s just we forget to choose courage by starting with looking at the person in the mirror and being the love and kindness we wish to see.

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