Without Self-Honesty Your Spiritual Practice Is going Nowhere

Self honesty is the substance of true growth. Whatever you wish to create in your life will need a good amount of self honesty. Honestly, that’s what I’ve learnt. Running wild in circles inside my head feeling “I don’t know how to do this” I admit that that’s what’s happening. Fearing the unknown results for believing in my intuition - I don’t pretend I got it figured out. Telling myself “you’re going to come out the fool one, it was just your imagination” I change my language to speak more kindly to myself. But I don’t deny the shame. Self honesty is a key to living in your power. There’s true power in being honest with what you really feel and experience. The kind of power you can’t

Disentangling Yourself From Unworthiness

The problem is not that you have painful stories or memories. It’s not what people said or did to you. It’s not in the shuttered dreams and being something or somewhere you didn’t imagine you’d be at this point of your life. The problem is that we make our personal pain a problem. You get stuck in setting a budget of time or space to feel your pain. Framing your pain so it won’t spill out and move unexpectedly. But the pain (and you know what I’m talking about because we all have one, or two or…) just asks to be felt and experienced fully and not be measured as too much or too long. Pain moves on a different scale than the watches and calendars you have for it. It doesn’t give a damn how man

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