“It takes courage, to endure the sharp pains of self-discovery, rather than choose to take the dull pain of unconsciousness that would last the rest of our lives.” Marianne Williamson
“Who are you?”
It’s a question that can result in either the most basic of answers, to something more deep in meaning, such as our core values and beliefs, what we strive for, or where we are headed in life.
Life is fast and it often takes a mid-life crisis to wake us up and ask, “What do I want to do with the rest of my life?” Self-discovery isn’t simple or easy. It takes time to understand what we love, what we no longer need and how our unique authentic self can be shared and valued in the world.
It isn’t just about changing careers or moving house. Self-discovery starts when we journey within, moving us out of our comfort zone and begin to see our life through new eyes and an open heart.
“When you know yourself you are empowered. When you accept yourself you are invincible.” Tina Lifford