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Allowing Yourself To Be Who You Are To Become Who Are Meant To Be

Allowing Yourself To Be Who You Are To Become Who Are Meant To Be

Update: 2019-03-26
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 “To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.” 


Ralph Waldo Emerson


This week’s episode continues to look into how you root to rise and to do so we are looking at the soil that we have grown in.


This means looking at both the nutrient rich (or lack of them) substance that we build our life on - both the light and the dark aspects.


Too often we want to change without doing the work. We want to to stretch higher but we do so by pretending that it does not matter where are planted.


It does.


At Creative Spirits we believe you can change your environment and be who you want to be. But you can’t do it without first getting down and dirty with you are. And also how the people around you have helped shaped that. For better or for worse and in kindness or maliciousness. 


That also means taking full responsibility for who you are right now. That often looks like kindness to the person who were who was hurt, who was made to feel small and then allowed themselves to stay small in order not to feel that hurt again. (And may have then made others feel the same way.)


If you wonder how you go about growing while trying to integrate your past without being overwhelmed by it, this week’s episode is for you!


Human design school that we mentioned in the podcast:


https://humandesignfreeschool.com

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Allowing Yourself To Be Who You Are To Become Who Are Meant To Be

Allowing Yourself To Be Who You Are To Become Who Are Meant To Be

Kate Darnell&Sherrie Mccarthy