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shame and how it affects your authenticity.

Hey everyone,


I hope you're all doing well and thriving on your journeys! Today, I want to touch on a topic that's close to many of our hearts and has profound implications on how we live authentically: SHAME.


Shame is a powerful emotion. It has the ability to shape our thoughts, our actions, and even our self-perception. Often, it sneaks in quietly, altering how we show up in the world, sometimes without us even realizing it.


When we feel shame, it can be like a veil that obscures our true selves. It might make us hold back our thoughts, hide our talents, or suppress our true feelings. We might fear judgment, rejection, or not being enough. And in doing so, we end up living a life that’s not fully our own.


But here’s the thing: acknowledging and confronting shame is a crucial step towards authenticity. When we recognize the moments when shame is dictating our actions, we can start to peel back that veil and let our genuine selves shine through.


Here are a few ways to help navigate and overcome shame:


1. Self-Compassion: Treat yourself with the same kindness and understanding that you would offer a friend. Remember, everyone has flaws and makes mistakes. It's part of being human.


2. Vulnerability: Embrace vulnerability. Sharing your true self, even in the face of fear, can be incredibly liberating and often inspires others to do the same.


3. Community Support: Lean on this amazing group! Sharing your experiences and hearing others' stories can be a powerful reminder that you are not alone.


4. Reflect and Reframe: Take time to reflect on the sources of your shame. Challenge and reframe those negative beliefs. Are they really true, or are they based on unrealistic expectations or past experiences?


As we continue to design lives filled with purpose and joy, let’s commit to recognizing and dismantling the shame that holds us back. Let's support each other in showing up authentically and embracing our true selves.


Remember, each of us is unique, and that’s our greatest strength. Let’s celebrate it together! 🌟


Feel free to share your thoughts and experiences on this. How has shame impacted you, and what steps have you taken to overcome it?


With gratitude and light,


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