That’s because much of who you think you are, as the adult you see in the mirror, is actually the little girl you once were.
Yep, she’s in charge, way too much of the time. The problem is, until you’re aware of what she’s doing, you feel like you don’t have a choice in how you are.
Think about this: If the way you respond to, say your husband or boyfriend, is actually being driven by a scared little girl who doesn’t feel loved, do you think that might impact your relationship?
When you discover what she’s doing, and why, then you can do something about it. In one of the self-guided workshops I offer in the Happy School (a.k.a. My Inner Circle), you are guided to discover exactly what she’s been up to, and what she needs so she doesn’t continue to screw with your life.
She doesn’t mean to harm you, she’s just doing what a two, or three, or four-year-old thinks she needs to do to get her needs met. And what if she’s scared?
If unraveling this kind of mystery about yourself sounds interesting, it is. That’s why I say the journey of self-discover is the most fascinating you’ll ever take.
I’ve been around the world, visiting places like Papua New Guinea, living in Bali, walking through the Amazon rain forest, and watching horrified as an angry elephant attempted to knock over the car in front of ours. But with all that, I still say, self-discovery is more fascinating.
The beautiful thing about this journey is with each discovery, you get one step closer to becoming the person you were meant to be…filled with love and joy.
So I invite you to join me on this adventure of the heart, spirit, mind, and soul. With each new awareness about who you are, you will learn to love yourself a little bit more.
And here’s the really big thing, your self-love leads to ever-deepening love with your husband, boyfriend, or, if you’re still looking, with that one special man when you find him. Self-awareness begets self-love, which begets more of all the other kinds of love…even a deeper appreciation and gratitude for the beauty of a day.
I so wish you all the blessings that life has to offer,