Who am I?
This is a question many of my clients and students end up asking after working with me.
I love this so much for them. This means they have done the daunting work of letting go of an old, outdated version of themselves that no longer resonates.
It’s a scary place to be, in between selves. The ego so desperately clings to a social image, what we think we want, what we think others want for us…
But the space in between is a necessary step in rediscovering our true selves. And it’s a process that must happen again and again - the Heroine’s journey, the Medicine Wheel.
I went to Japan to see who I am as a Reiki master.
I went to Ifugao to see who I was before the Spanish wiped out most of our indigenous culture.
I found answers, but also more questions, and I am fine in the not-knowing.
But this is my personal journey.
Answering these questions takes time.
It takes dedication.
It takes energy.
I am not gonna lie, it’s a huge investment.
But I see each one of you, dipping your toe, then pulling back, coming back for more when you are ready. And it brings me so much joy.
Even in your process of un-doing and un-being, you are worthy, perfect and whole. Keep going. You are stronger than you imagine.