Listen. Because listening’s important:
Hi and welcome to the Re-Enchant Your Life reminder.
Your sacred pause in the day where you’re encouraged to take a moment to stop and tune into your inner wisdom and become present, so that you can reconnect to your personal power and confidently embrace who you’re becoming, as you Re-Enchant Your life and create the change you truly desire.
Today you’re being reminded to take a stand for yourself.
Take a stand for your beliefs, your values and those things that are important to you.
Take a stand for your energy and your feelings.
Take a stand even if those around you don’t understand you or share your beliefs.
Your thoughts, feelings, and ideas matter.
As you stand in your truth and share from that space, others around you may be uncomfortable, but those are their feelings and you are not responsible for them.
Do what you need to do to honour the truth of who you are.
Of course, be considerate of others and circumstances, but ultimately you are here to live your life for you, and not for the comfort of others.
Don’t allow what appears to be the easier path to be the value that you lead with.
In this very moment, just pause and take a breath, as you recognise how much you matter.
Today’s SHEro Action:
Today’s SHEro action is to consider where you may have been prioritising other people’s comfort over your own values.
Have you been choosing ease over what you truly want to do or say, or have you been holding yourself back in the ways in which you express yourself?
How can you take a stand for yourself today?
What can you do that honours who you are, your values, feelings, and energy?
How can you express yourself fully just for you?
Pause, and take a breath. As you feel yourself root deeply into your truth.
“I say ‘Yes’ to myself”
I’ll see you tomorrow for your daily reminder to Re-Enchant Your Life with me, Rebecca-Anuwen,
In the meantime, enjoy walking your SHEro’s Journey your own way!
Have you ever found yourself using language that undermines your knowledge and power, phrases such as ‘Correct me if I’m wrong…’, or referring to yourself as ‘lucky’ when something goes well for you or maybe even apologising before you share an opinion that may disagree with someone else’s idea.
These phrases are often used to make other people feel comfortable, but in doing so, it downplays your knowledge, your experiences, your authority, and actually how hard you’ve worked towards something.
Start to pay attention to how you may use language that disempowers you or diminishes how you show up.
If you find yourself saying: ‘I’m not very good at that…’, change it to ‘I am learning how to do that’, or ‘I’m not good at that…’. Become ‘I’ve yet to learn how to do that’.
Changing the language you use, is completely within your control, and just reframing how you use your words, allows you to affirm and take a stand for who you are and what you’re capable of.
Your words really do shape your experience of life, and the conversations you have with others create your relationships.
So, take a stand for yourself and what you believe in, own your value and speak your truth, as you bring your full greatness to your experience of life, your life and the world around you will be richer for it.