True personal power comes from embracing your authentic self.
It’s what allows you to tend to your fierceness and offer yourself to the world as you are
You know your bumpy spots and sticky points, and you love yourself in all of that.
Your fear of being negatively judged by others can stop you from being yourself.
So you make yourself more palatable, you do the “right and expected” things, in order to be accepted instead of judged.
It can feel like you always hiding behind a mask, so far away from embracing your authentic self.
Living like this will leave you feeling unfulfilled, unsatisfied and even empty. Speaking from personal experience here!
They say only about 5% of your thoughts are new and original thoughts.
This means that at least 95% of you is habitual thinking playing out in autopilot mode.
It’s super efficient to not reinvent the wheel every time, but it also means that often we are not living our lives consciously and with intention.
Getting out of autopilot mode can be uncomfortable and even challenging, but this is the way to live a more fulfilling and satisfying life.
It’s the most direct and sure answer that I know of to become more of your authentic self.
Often we have this misconstrued idea that if we are hard enough on ourselves, then it would help us to be better and perform better.
And the opposite is actually true.
When you habitually speak to yourself unkindly, you activate your nervous system and go into what I call survival mode.
And the other most direct and sure thing that I know is that in survival mode, it is really hard to tap into your own truth and authenticity.
How To Embrace and Love Your Authentic Self
In this episode I share with you 13 ways in which you can stop hiding your true self and learn self love and self worth, so you can embrace your authentic self .
These are things that will transform the relationship that you have with yourself which will help you to believe in yourself and be more confident in life.
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