The world exists outside your head, so it’s worth trying your best to be interested in others and what’s happening in and around your environment.
Underneath every complaint is a desire.
Our relationships will always provide us with a mirror to reflect back how we feel and show us parts of ourselves we aren’t willing to look at.
We can’t receive and have the things we say we want if we’re saying yes to and allowing everything into our lives. All the “okays” or “good enoughs” block us from the real, meaningful, true things.
You find yourself asking for things nicely, perhaps you ask earnestly, but it isn’t until you raise your voice and make a big scene that your partner finally starts to take notice and take you seriously.
Saying no can be uncomfortable. There’s a lot that can come up – especially if you’re a people pleaser or if speaking your truth was never celebrated or allowed.
Pay more attention – when someone asks you a question, do you pause and open your heart and body to let the communication in before responding? Or do you tighten and throw all the sensation back on the other person?
Height really can be just a number.
Often, a victim mentality can help us identify what we truly want deep down.
Challenge yourself to speak your truth and express yourself in real-time.