Are you living small?
Hiding from the world?
Afraid that if people see the “real you” the world will end?
Secretly hating yourself from the inside out?
Constantly at war with yourself about what you should eat, what exercises you need to do, or how you need to change?
I have been there. Oh hell, some days I still visit the emotional land of eternal criticism and perfectionism just for a dose of “I’m not good enough.” Not fun.
Here’s what I have learned…
You can approach your life, your work, your relationships, and your self-confidence from a rebellious perspective. What does it mean to be a rebel? Well, for me, it is rebelling against the arbitrary rules and expectations that are placed on us in our culture. It means looking at things from different, maybe ancient and maybe modern perspectives.
It’s about realizing that there is not a one size fits all answer for the big questions in life, but there are tools and techniques to help you navigate the landscape of your body, mind, and soul with compassion and kindness. There are ways to stop the insanity of a “Lose 25 lbs in10 Days” culture and live a life of happiness, joy, contentment, and adventure.
(Not that you’re not freaking amazing right now, but wouldn’t it be great to not war, worry, fret, obsess, spin, cry and rage against your own mind? Wouldn’t it be great to use just an ounce of that pointless energy on creating something amazing in the world? Don’t worry, I’ll answer for you. Yes. It would be amazeballs.)
And the kicker? You already know what you need to do. I’m just going to help you forget some things that need to be forgotten.