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“ The burden of identification with any one belief, value, theory, experience or way of relating to ourselves and others is that we become tethered to our disappearing self. Life becomes stagnant. We need to continually leave our shoes at the door of ourselves and enter to greet whomever we are becoming anew with wonderment.…

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  What is shame? Defined by Brene Brown, researcher of shame and vulnerability, shame is an unspoken epidemic in our culture. It affects everything. Brene defines shame as the intensely painful feeling or experience of believing that we are flawed and therefore unworthy of love and belonging – something we’ve experienced, done, or failed to do…

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Mar

Wildflower

  Pressed flowers fade in dusty books unopened away from light, no room to breath Stay like a wildflower, unpicked let the wind and the rain come to you and dance in the field let the sun warm you and feel everything rooted in the soil of your own belonging – Lotus Indigo Shakti Kruse


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