Sing your Song! Dance your Dance!

One of the most important aspects of the human journey is to ensure a sense of harmony in all your relationships. Imagine yourself dancing freely with others, with greater joy and absolute delight! Your natural vitality is alive and thriving with heightened energy from the inside out. This is where authentic expression and the gift of speaking from depth of true self exists. Deep within every human is an endless yearning to be totally free in life, to no longer be entangled in relationships that deplete your life energy.

Give yourself the right to express your inner truths and let go of what no does not support your natural vitality. For instance, if you have been in a challenging relationship for a long time, whether it be with a parent, work colleague, partner or family member who has been critical, harsh and triggered abandonment issues, allow yourself time and space to reflect on life with increased self love. Be open to the gifts of silence and what arises from within. It might be setting healthy boundaries by limiting time spent with them or maybe even ending a relationship. Know that anyone who does not nourish your true self, who makes you feel inadequate hinders the birth of true self and full natural expression.

In my journey, I had been lost for decades by giving overly to others in order to experience more peace in the outer world. As a result, my natural vitality has been sacrificed for the wellbeing of others. In Living the Simply Good Life, it is vital to let go of other peoples’ needs, thoughts and projections to honour our own needs coming from depths within. By honouring our purity, we can then sing our true song and dance our dance freely alongside others!

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