Everywhere we go, there we are. #TRUTH
And what's more, when we dig deep within ourselves we see more opportunity for growth, change, inner shifts of perspective. We start to realize that we are the ones coming to save us. We are the ones throwing the lifeline down to our soul and spirit. It's up to us.
That realization takes bravery.
But, I also know that it takes MASSIVE trust and bravery to just keep going when it gets hard.
Because it will. Because it does.
When it gets hard, its because we are often faced with parts of ourselves that we don't usually have to see--they might be parts we are ashamed of, or thought we had tucked away neatly.
The true bravery isn't just taking the first deep dive, its the willingness to keep diving and jumping in, EVEN WHEN
-we don't know how deep it is
-we don't know how it will feel
-we don't know when it will end and when we can get out
-we don't know where our life preserver is if we need it
True bravery is sinking deep into this unbreakable trust between the self and universe. It's that trust that reminds us, everything will be okay. Everything will work out. Everything is happening and unfolding just the way it's meant to be.
And if you can just keep showing up everyday, even when it's hard--your brave soul will take you places you may not have dreamed of.
You've got this, my love.
You've got it deep in your soul.
You're strong, radiant and brilliant in your own right--no less than the sun, the moon, the stars. You have a right to be here, to be brave and to own and share your gifts with the world.
Leanna Jane Lewis ditched the paint and playdough centre in her kindergarten classroom for some more adventures as a school teacher turned yogi mentor and coach. Just like kids, adults need quiet time too. We all need to feel playful and peaceful in our lives.