Be yourself and let your true nature shine! You know how perfect you are already and this is true with each and every person. Everyone has their own special qualities that make them special and unique as who they are.
Everyone has their own things that they appreciate and enjoy and by being yourself, you are able to give anything and anyone your best. When you be yourself, you don’t try too hard to do something or be someone who you are not. Do the things that feel right and do the things that make you who you are! If something does not feel right to you, it is okay for you to not get involved.
Being yourself is completely natural, which is what makes it so much easier! When you come from your heart and choose, do and say things that represent you, everything else around you is completely honest and true for you too. As you are the one who knows yourself best, then the choices that you make are completely up to you.
Checking in with Yourself
Find a quiet place where you will not be disturbed.
Close your eyes, breathe deeply and imagine that you are in a yellow bubble. When you are inside this bubble, you feel strong, and you feel like you shine like the sun.
Call your special spirit friends to your side.
Ask your special friends “Is this what I really want?” and listen patiently and quietly for a response.
Place one hand in the centre of your stomach and another hand on your heart and ask “how do I feel about this?”
Notice if you feel tense like there are butterflies in your stomach or whether you feel peaceful in your heart. When you feel peaceful in your heart, then you’ll know that it is right for you.
Say to yourself; “It is safe for me to be myself.”
“I am special and unique.”
“I make choices that are in my best interests."
8. Thank your special friends, knowing that by doing this exercise you have connected with yourself in a way that is real and true for you.
9. Gently open your eyes and write down the areas in your life where you feel like you can be stronger and let yourself shine through.
10. Write your experiences in your journal.