I felt free. Free of internal judgment, fear and self loathing. I felt my best self come alive.
Without an ounce of doubt, self-discovery has changed me and the way I think. I thirst for it now because it liberates me from who I was before. My perspective on life has shifted and this gift I was given is an opportunity for personal growth and a healthier wellbeing. Collectively this improves my mental health.
A little deep thought about what finding peace means to me.
Kindness begins with how we see ourselves. Much of this depends on how we were treated as children. Unfortunately, childhood abuse survivors often grow up as adults who a have hard time seeing themselves with kindness. We don't realize the subconscious voices telling us that we're unlovable, we don't deserve happiness, we're ugly or we're useless.
With each passing significant experience in my life, I'm able to self-reflect with personal growth. There's been so many incredible positives to take away from this experience. Yet another chapter in my life, albeit short, has completed and new ones await.
What is it about my ego that makes me want to believe I am right rather than doing what is right? I confuse myself at times between being righteous with doing the right thing. It can be such a perplexing thought.
Feeling mood swings can be a normal part of our every day lives. Here's a blog about what I was able to discover this past week.
We often hear the term "Coming Home" or "The Journey towards Home" when it comes to healing and self-help. What are we acknowledging? Where can it lead us? These are questions I asked myself as I return home from a business trip.
Who are the toxic people in your lives? What does it mean to let go of them?