It's Sunita here.
I Am Enough And I Am More.
Can both these statements be true?Can you grow from a place of self love for who you are at any given moment of your life, including when you have hit rock bottom?
Can you accept these seemingly opposing concepts without internal conflict?
Do you only grow because you find yourself impatient, dissatisfied, disgusted, and perhaps even secretly hate yourself?
But is change and growth fueled by such self hatred going to come at a cost to your life?
How would your growth feel like if you could find compassion, acceptance, and deep understanding for how you became who you are first?
What would that discovery and unfolding of your potential look like if it was fueled by self love and self care?
How would your journey of self actualization be different than the one that comes about from a sense of inferiority, negativity and comparison to others?
Can you believe you are enough without losing your edge and ambition?
Can you love yourself completely AND accept that you have more to become without pain, shame or guilt?
I know it is possible.
The Way Back Home exists.
There is a process of getting there and a practice that is the key to staying there.