Again and again and again, God has a way of showing me that the best way I can help and heal the world is to be the truest, most brilliant version of myself.
And this realization comes with extreme gratitude, an exhale, “wow”, and a smile on my face.
I am so grateful for all the people who have expressed to me how watching and seeing me be me inspires them.
And in the past six months, I have really been able to start receiving these expressions.
Six months ago, I learned the art of receiving. Receiving compliments and pure heart-felt outpouring from people.
The child who delivered this note to me:
The child who said, “goodbye, princess”
All the children who give me hugs and take photos with me.
The woman who tells me that watching me in class all these years has really inspired and taught her.a lot
The people who tell me that they love watching me in class.
The people who are inspired by my discipline in my art because my time goes more to practicing my art than socializing.
The people who compliment my dancing in random public spaces.
The people who are inspired by my ability to be vulnerable.
The people who are inspired by my ability to be massively expressive with my face, body and voice.
Social media, my blog, my writings, words, presence….
And the list goes on and on and on and truly amazes and inspires me…
For so long, I had this massive desire to help others and sought out ways that I could do this better. This desire and endless searching has put me in many tricky and difficult situations and yet situations, times and places that I am grateful for the learning I received.
Relationships, jobs, trainings.
So now I seek to strip the boundaries of self that keep me from being me. Shed the layers as a snake sheds her skin.
In fact, my intention I proclaimed to the beautiful group I am studying with, upon leaving a recent bodywork training intensive, for the next months is to do what I was born to do, to sing, to dance, to perform vibrantly with no more excuses and no more hiding.
I am ready to step into my purpose on this earth.
For too long, I’ve felt like I wasn’t enough, that I needed to help others more. That my performing wasn’t enough. That I wasn’t enough. And now I deeply know and feel that isn’t true. I am enough.
So as I continue my life, I am going to do my best to be me. And right now I am going through a bit of a “rebranding” as I make that transition publicly.
I love you all. Thank you for being a part of my life and for inspiring me onwards!