And it's time to show up and dance!
Not even identical twins are 100% identical.
Recent scientific research - reported in The American Journal Of Human Genetics - confirms that, although identical twins start out with identical DNA, this changes over time and they develop different individual DNA patterns.
When you realize that there's no-one else like you, that you have a special place in the world because of your uniqueness, two things should be happening: First off, you should be super grateful, doing a happy dance and secondly, you should be confidently expressing your unique personality and talents to make the world a better place.
Feeling stressed out? Tired of being tired? Dragging yourself through the week? Admitting that your least favorite day of the week involves all five after the weekend? If this resonates, welcome to the ever-growing club of the seriously stressed-out.
When you are self-aware, you are more in tune with yourself.
You are better placed to take control of your life, to handle challenges and make better decisions regarding your choice of career, friends, partner etc.
And you are more likely to accept what you cannot change about yourself - wide hips, big feet etc.
Love those feet; wiggle those hips!
Cue the music! You're unique, remember!
You become who you choose to be. So, choose wisely.
First off: get to know yourself, become self-aware and discover what your 'self-story' - as I call it - is. Your 'self-story' is what you continually tell yourself about who you are and what you deserve and don't deserve.
Your happiness can be hijacked either by internal or external forces - or by a combination of both.
'Awareness', in general, is a very powerful force. Being more conscious of your environment makes you more centered, more grounded. And that is the starting point towards gaining self-awareness.
My 4-lesson mini-course in self-awareness is the kick-off to a program of Personal Transformation towards a life of more purpose and joy.
Meditation is often recommended as the starting point for this. However, many people find that there is a disconnect between the idea of meditation and the overwhelm of daily life. They just can't begin by 'going quiet'...
For them, meditation isn't the starting point. It's the end point!
Does that sound like you? If so, the mini-course is definitely for you!
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