Ha! Ha! I find myself almost in tears at my own funeral. 🙂 🙂 I am doing the exercise of four of my close family and friends at my funeral and what I ‘hear’ them saying about me. So easy to forget, who I am in the lives of others and what I gift to the world around me. 🙂
May all of you recognise your beauty and gift to others as you continue on your journey. Blessings
Would just like to comment again. I have been working with my principles etc.
One is definitely integrity. This is what I wrote about what it means to me.
“This means being true to self. It’s interesting, I feel that this an important principle for me, always has been. In terms of honesty with others, respect, kindness and consideration towards others, I am living this. In terms of believing in myself to have the ‘integrity I want to live my True Self’ I feel that I am so lacking.”
Any thoughts . . . It’s like it’s easier to be true, honest, kind for others, and yet lack it for me.
Rhonda, I reckon you’re definitely not alone in it being easier for you to be honest and true with others than Self. For so long I made others more important than me, because of my deep wound of self-worth. It was difficult for me to feel important and valuable in the presence of others. Yes, when we turn this all inwards, and realise the importance of principles – self-generation – we can make a huge shift xoxo