But is it actually true?
“But is it true?”
This is the question I finally came to after an hour of conversation and some tears.
Let me back up…
Yesterday I had a woo-facial with my esthetician Taylar, and what came up for me was that I was feeling boxed in within an area of my life.
This is a trigger for me, and I’ve felt it in the past several times.
I hate being boxed in.
I’m a freaking Goddess with giant wings.
I want to soar and play and discover.
Feeling boxed in makes me immediately feel constricted and stifled. Like I’m being choked out. ☠️
As I talked about this with my partner so I could delve deeper and allow him to bring up even more, a huge download occurred.
I realized that the question wasn’t “Am I feeling boxed in”?
The real question was “Is it true that I am boxed in?”.
And the answer is no.
The reality is I have soooooo much freedom to be me.
To ask for what I want and desire.
A friend called me this morning with a similar situation.
She was feeling undesirable & unloved & unworthy of love and pleasure.
I’m your best hype girl - I can pump you up and remind you of your f*ing gloriousness.
And also offer tips, helpful ideas, etc.
But what I should have done was ask “But is it true?”.
And really let her feel into the answer.
To find it and feel it for herself. 💕
Of course her feelings weren’t actually reality.
She’s a gorgeous, intelligent, sexy goddess and any man would be lucky to have her.
Sometimes our feelings aren’t actually reality.
So I encourage you to ask yourself this week “But is it actually true?”.