Our authentic self is incredibly attractive.
Snakes don’t hiss anymore they call you babe, bro, or friend.
We each must find our way, learning to honor, express, and love our true Self. Every day, we have a chance to discover who we are, what we believe, feel, need, want, and value. Indeed, every moment provides opportunities to affirm our authentic Self.
For a lazy and/or efficient human, authenticity is the only logical decision. It’s simply a rational choice to avoid doing more work than necessary.
Ideally, our true self emerges in the normal course of becoming an individual, called “individuation,” so that we’re able to distinguish our own feelings, thoughts, needs, wants, perceptions, and actions, as separate from our family and others.
Having walked through the darkest realms, I have gained attuned abilities to know the slightest energy shift in authenticity.
The dark transition between false and real self.
An awareness of insecurities allows a person to cope with these insecurities in a healthy way, which may promote healthy self-regulation.
Whether intended as a compliment or not, calling someone a rebel is limiting because it is a stereotype. Often, people aren’t rebelling; they’re just being themselves.
It’s time to stop holding yourself back.