Go inward.

I’m smiling. I’m happy. I’m proud. I’m fearless. I’m living in abundance.

But I’m also sad. I’m scared. I’m panicking. I’m in an internal conflict with myself.

Both are correct. Both are parts of myself that I have to acknowledge. These are true whether I’m living in a van or in a house.

I have a bad habit of living in one of those realities instead of both. A friend reminded me recently to dive inward when a negative thought or a threat arrives at my doorstep.

So here’s your reminder to connect with your physiology. Listen to what your body is telling you. What thoughts are repeatedly holding you back? Are they true or are they just trying to protect you?

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