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Life for all of us, is about connecting and embracing who we really are. Not who we pretend to be at work, at home or amongst our peers. That's draining and far from the truth. Expressing your weirdness, humour or deepest thoughts makes us feel alive, accepted and very present. In the fast and fake based modern society we live in, where we value how we appear to others more than who we are to others, it's coming at a severe cost on our souls. Who we really are. The revert back to tribal foundations on gatherings of people whom can freely express themselves is on a massive rise. For a very good reason. Segregation of races, socioeconomic, cultures and ultimately ourselves has reached a point of choice. Do you choose connection or disconnection? It really boils down to.. we deserve happiness as a civilization and do we action that choice? Are we hiding from ourselves and life or are we embracing in truth and power? We are masters at making up excuses for our own behaviors and actions but when you ask yourself that question enough it becomes too loud to ignore. We all are on a journey of healing and growing from our lives and constant challenges that we all face. The best we can do is to step out connect to truth and leave the days of disconnect behind. Why? Because we are all worth it. See you on 5th August. Stay Cool x @thejajoint @soultrepreneurs #food#music#soul#entrepreneur#australia#female#heart#hustler#brisbaneevents#popups#corporate#hippie#truth#consciousness#riseandgrind#power#strength#powertothepeople#thejajoint#love#peace#unity
Last night I finished my counselling level 1. The topic.. of course was, endings. It allowed me to reflect on how I end things in my life.. which is not very well.
My reaction to an ending is to start planning the next thing before the end is anywhere in site. My reaction is to skip over the feeling of the ending to avoid any pain around the end.
Last night for 3 hours all I thought about was the end, slowly but surely I was able to actually feel my emotions linked to the end. I felt sad and happy all at the same time, bitter sweet is probably a better word for it. I have connected with the group on a different level than any group before and truly understand the human connection involved in counselling. I have taken more away then expected and for that I am grateful. How are you with endings?