I Wont Let This Happen Again...
I haven’t written a blog post in a long time. I could easily blame the holiday season, or prepping for and promoting my workshops, or celebrating my fortieth birthday in January (I’m currently on a yoga retreat in Mexico doing just that). But the truth is this:
Self-doubt got in the way.
True, it didn’t come out of nowhere. Shortly after a family member chastised me for putting too much information online, someone unsubscribed from my mailing list citing “content not what I expected.” I was already in a vulnerable emotional place, and it derailed my confidence and conviction.
After some time and reflection—and perhaps the wisdom that comes with embracing a new decade—I’m happy to report:
To get here, I drew on some wisdom from an unknown source, “what other people think of you is none of your business.”
In yoga, we talk a lot about non-attachment. If I am authentic and truthful and put forth my best effort, how my writing, spoken words, and actions are received is out of my control. I know what is in my heart, and that my words and teachings will find the people they are meant to help.
Don’t let others tell you who you are or who to be. I promise, I won’t let it happen to me again.