Free to be Me! Reclaim Parts of Yourself You've Disowned and Shine Like Only You Can!
How would you feel if you woke up tomorrow and were able to be 100% absolutely yourself? No holding back or hiding the parts of yourself which you think may be ‘unacceptable’ or surprising to others. Just bringing your whole self fully to the day.
What would it look like? What would you be doing differently than you’re doing now? Is it something you’d talk about? Or something you’d wear? Or something you’d choose to do for a career?
Maybe you’d STOP doing something you’ve been doing, or putting yourself up to, for a while? Or maybe you’d just be saying what you really think for a change?
It could be any number of different things.
But the question is… how would this feel? To let it all out - instead of holding back? How would it feel to not have to think so hard about things? To not have to wonder - is this okay to say, think or do?
How freeing would it be to just allow yourself to BE?
And what will it take to do this? Letting go of what you were told as a kid? Letting go of what you’ve been telling yourself ever since? Or letting go of what you think others expect from you, only to find out these were nothing more than your own expectations all along anyway?
Imagine if letting go of all you think you 'should' be, IS the one thing that frees you to experience the life you’ve been dreaming of all these years?
Imagine how it would feel, within you, to let go of all the rest? To not have to push or pull, or squeeze yourself into something that no longer fits.
Imagine being able to do this with ease and grace and flow knowing that this was all you ever needed to do to experience the life you want for yourself? The joy, the freedom, the peace of mind, the love, the connection, the meaning and the ‘success’ - whatever that strange word means for you?
What if the only thing standing in the way of you being you, is the stories you’ve been telling yourself about who you are or who you should be?
We often think the external world ‘expects' something of us. But usually the most rigid expectations are the ones we place on ourselves. These are the ones which are h