The results of denying your true essence are damaging and hurtful to yourself and the world. It throws off your vibration, makes it harder to manifest, and creates emotional pain.
Sometimes it's subtle, but the effects of not living in your essence can create a whole lot of negative feedback and make it harder to get where you want to be.
I recently wrote a post for Soul Spring on how to become magnetic again - to help regain one's essence. Our essence is like our DNA and we can ignore it and shut it down, or we can choose to light it up and ROCK IT OUT.
This article offers you 5 simple ways to RECONNECT with your true essence and let it shine.
I hope you like it and if you do, please share and leave a comment!
Here is an excerpt:
As she walked along a New York City street on an October night seven years ago, Katie Kozlowski was so upset that her boyfriend had stood her up that she didn’t even notice the taxicab before it hit her head-on and threw her across the road.
She was able, amazingly, to pick herself up from the gravel, deeply startled but completely unharmed. The accident prompted Kozlowski to reflect on her life. After suffering through a string of abusive relationships and bouts of heavy drinking and depression, she knew something had to change.
“I wanted to go somewhere so I could figure out how to stop having all of these negative experiences,” she said. Not long after, she packed her bags and boarded a plane to gather with over 200 people on a week-long spiritual retreat in the heart of Ireland. (read the full article...
How can we keep our innocence and joy of youth and yet also grow up into powerful adults?
We get confused and are afraid that if we grow up we will lose that piece of who we are- but as long as we keep it in our hearts- we are forever young on the inside.
It's ok to #growup it's safe to be an adult and be strong. Because the child inside us never leaves...
The loving to be me Collective is almost here and there's a place for everyone in this virtual #happyplace
I'm creating it for all of us- because we each deserve a safe space where we can laugh, cry and be who we truly are.
Always love- Katie