The stories we tell ourselves

The Stories We Tell Ourselves

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“There is nothing more rare, more beautiful than a woman being unapologetically herself; comfortable in her perfect imperfection. To me, that is the true essence of beauty.” – Steve Maraboli

Do you have an old “story” that holds you back from being your true, authentic self? Something that you have told yourself so many times that it has become a part of you ?

What wants to be healed in your life?

Our stories not only create how we see ourselves, that underlying fear, guilt, unhappiness, disappointment…whatever it may be, also effects the biochemistry of our body. It effects our overall health and wellbeing.

Your thoughts create your experiences.

What do you want to attract in your life? What no longer serves you?

Change can be SCARY. We identify with that story. It’s like a security blanket. Even if it’s something that holds us back, it’s familiar.

Then one day you realize that you can no longer stay where you are – a shift needs to happen….

Here is an excerpt from Warriors of the Heart by Danaan Perry that I have shared with my clients and would now like to share with you:

“Perhaps this is the essence of what the mystics call faith. No guarantees, no net, no insurance, but we do it anyway because hanging on to that old bar is no longer an option. And so, for what seems to be an eternity but actually lasts a microsecond. I soar across the dark void called “the past is over, the future is not yet here.” It’s called a transition. I have come to believe that it is the only place that real change occurs.
 
I have a sneaking suspicion that the transition zone is the only real thing, and the bars are the illusions we dream up to not notice the void. Yes, with all the fear that can accompany transitions, they are still the most vibrant, growth-filled, passionate moments in our lives.
 
And so transformation of fear may have nothing to do with making fear go away, but rather with giving ourselves permission to “hang out” in the transition zone — between the trapeze bars — allowing ourselves to dwell in the only place where change really happens.
 
It can be terrifying. It can also be enlightening.
 
Hurdling through the void, we just may learn to fly.”

Is there an area in your life that is ready for a shift?

What steps can you make to creating a new story that celebrates you?

What will your story say starting TODAY?

Want support in creating your healthiest, happiest life ever? Let’s talk. Schedule a complimentary health coaching consultation with me today – or pass this offer on to someone you care about!

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