Such a great reminder for me. I get so caught up in things needing to be this way or this has to be done that way. I know it doesn’t matter and I am liked and loved for who I am not how it’s done. This is a great reminder of that! 💙
This was exactly what I needed, right here, right now. When I was telling myself that I am enough just as I am, I felt something inside of me loosen and relax. The anxiety and tightness that have become uncomfortable companions eased and I could almost touch upon my lighter, gentler self ~ my truest self. The self that is enough exactly as I am, right here, right now. Thank You so much for this reminder and lovely meditation! 🙏🏻✨
Perfectionist Poster Child!
Perfectionism has been my biggest enemy since I started back at college last Fall. I will be saving this meditation to use throughout this semester for sure! I need to remember that my “perfectionism is not conditional!”
Let it go!
I needed these words this morning-the Universe knew exactly what to place in front of me today. My shoulders softened saying the words: I am enough, just as I am. My worthiness is not conditional.
That I am enough. My worth is not determined by others, but through my own beliefs, systems and values.
I can continue to better myself with practicing what is helpful and healthy for me. This does not mean that I always know what is best for myself. I must continue to be honest in order to be healthy.
Each day is an opportunity to lay the groundwork for filling my life with love, laughter and peace.
Something that has stuck with me over the last couple months is reading this “if peace is a priority in your life, it is absolutely okay to avoid certain people, places and situations that jeopardize your goal”.
It’s okay to let go.
It’s okay to live.
It’s okay to care.
It’s okay to laugh.
It’s okay to cry.
It’s okay to accept things that are not in my control. It’s okay to not know. It’s okay to know. All the discomfort of uncertainty is okay too.
Each day is a choice. I choose to remain positive, focused and committed.
Cassandra, one of my favorite practitioners, nailed it again!!! This 3 minute meditation is simple and powerful, as she gets right to the heart of the matter. This will definitely be a meditation that I listen to again and again. 💫🙏♥️🙏💫
What I learned...
I could have/should have done a better job paying attention to Cassandra's words! I wasted this lesson by not performing it well or correctly! What can I say? I AM my own worst critic!
slow down and let the life flow. Let the stress behind and take one thing at a time.
I am enough
As a high achiever, I sometimes mistake what I achieve for my worth as a person but my worth is not conditional. This meditation reminded me of that.
From a very young age, I was taught that if I do well, I will get loving attention. This teaching instilled in me some perfectionism tendencies. I must be an over achiever in everything I do. I must get the best grades. I must work the hardest. While this teaching was good in that I always tried my very best in everything I did, it also lead me down a long and windy road of self doubt and indecisiveness.
With my hand over my heart, I began to say Cassandra’s words. Saying these words over and over again, I am beginning to unlock these perfectionism chains that are buried deep within my subconscious mind. As I continue along my journey of becoming my best self, I will read these words each and every day on so I may finally be free of these perfectionism chains once and for all. Namaste 🙏🏻❤️☮️
This is something I need
I learned that I need to say this to myself much more often. And on the days it is hard to remember this I can just repeat it more