All in Practice

Exploring your inner truth.

Before you can speak and live your truth, you need to know your truth. Which means you need to spend some time thinking about what your truth is. Not as an afterthought. Not as something ambiguous or indirect. As the skeleton that makes up the architecture of your life. Until you can tap into your truth within yourself, you’re never going to be able to articulate it to others. Without those words and a deep understanding of your inner world, you’ll continue to struggle to become the human you’re longing to be.

How to get clear on what you need in 2k18.

Before you can become more amplified and grow your tribe in 2k18, you’re going to have to sort through the unneeded clutter that’s taking up space in your head and heart. Instead of trying to organize it as you go—and ending up exhausted, overwhelmed and uninspired—you’re going to pull everything out so you can see it clearly and then decide what you’re going to focus on nurturing moving forward.

On practice.

When you put these two pieces together—awareness of your current way of being and specific practices that will help you both interrupt your current way of being as well as develop and embody your new way of being—moving past your current pain points is inevitable. Even though it’s still the work, it’s the shortest path home.

Peanut butter ≠ love.

I developed an eating disorder when I was 10 years old. The why isn’t so important as is my recent realization that food became a substitute for the connection I was so hungry for. Without knowing it, I would spend the better part of two decades confusing calories for love. As such, my weight would swing from one extreme to the other and I often felt trapped inside my body. It’s only now, a few months shy of 30 that I feel equipped to begin the process of shifting my relationship with food, my body and my emotions.