9. Cast your shadow

As we walk through life we experience the rawness of duality and what that brings to us. Rarely are we encouraged to embrace the shadow within. Instead, we are encouraged to ‘perform’ for society in a way that ‘satisfies’. Unconsciously, running a race that has no end. Eager to win, to please, we run –Continue reading “9. Cast your shadow”

8. Breaking in silence to find purpose

Within moments of breaking, seeing past the next hour or minute seems impossible. The future doesn’t seem to matter because you can’t see it. Falling from grace kills a piece of you, take your hope and leave nothing in its place, deepening the void. Within this raw state we feel the cut of emotion; although,Continue reading “8. Breaking in silence to find purpose”

7. Truth behind beauty

*To protect privacy, patient names have been changed in this story American author Margaret Wolfe Hungerford once wrote ‘beauty is in the eye of the beholder’. I believe this is true. Beauty can only be defined by the one experiencing it’s magnificence.  To me, this quote speaks of external value, how others see us, until theContinue reading “7. Truth behind beauty”

3. Empowerment within the scars of change

As children we see our bodies with curiousity and wonder; at some point this changes and we start to see the world through societies scope. We become obsessed with others. Obsessed with what they can do, what they look like, what they have or haven’t got. Our energy is spent comparing. Our energy is spentContinue reading “3. Empowerment within the scars of change”

2. Smiling and feeling joy on a foundation of quicksand

The truth that had I spent most my life running from is: Life is not meant to have a solid foundation.Never will we wake from sleep and know what to expect from the day to come. We may think we know what our experience will be that day; it may occur, but, it may not.Continue reading “2. Smiling and feeling joy on a foundation of quicksand”