I’d love to say that as an embodiment expert, therapist, yoga, and dance facilitator, founder of a women’s leadership training and community that I never struggle with issues of self worth. I’d love to say that all my training, studies, life experiences and my facilitation of other’s healing, has helped me to rise above lack of self love and low self esteem. I’d love to say that because I think it’s a deception that many want to hear. Yet if I were to say that, I’d be lying. I’d be perpetuating a myth that has kept women paralyzed, isolated and suffering for ages.
The truth is that here I am, after 20 years of teaching, treating and running a successful coaching and live event training business and I am doubting. I’ve guided thousands of women back home to their body, into euphoric states to discover that they can be the woman who they thought only others could be, that they can dance their power radiantly, that they too belong, that they can face their darkest shadows, and find peace and perfection with the woman that
they already are. Yet here I am questioning, floundering, and wondering what I am really supposed to be doing with my life!
Is that okay? As a facilitator, guide and teacher, is it okay for me to feel insecure, lost, unsure?
What’s the alternative? I choose not to perpetuate the false images of perfection all over the media. I don’t want to mislead others to believe I have my shit together and that’s what it takes to succeed.