I didn’t used to like myself very much. I’d spent many years in a bad abusive marriage and had come to believe the lies that the man I was married to told me. You couldn’t tell from looking at me but I was really really disconnected from the light and lovely spiritual person that lay dormant within me. And the kicker is I tried to convince myself that the life I was living was exactly where I was meant to be.
Why bring this up now?
I have been presented with a challenge, through my networking coaching partners to begin to develop my personal story so that I might incorporate it into the business model for my yoga company. Now, I need to be clear here, even though there are elements of my story of transformation that are extremely sad, the present moment is far from that. It has always felt to me as if it were a story of triumph in spite of a lot of adversity . And I’m grateful for the entire experience, but I’m not sure how to share it.
So I’m just going to begin, right where I am, dive into the deep end and, with sensitivity, open up and present.
I’m afraid of this one, but I believe it is right. So I’m going to feel the fear and do it anyway.
Sometimes it’s blind faith that propels me forward.
And as always, thanks for the fabulous support.