Throwing it back to my post from August 19, 2015.
Growing up, I always had this weird relationship with myself—as a girl, as a young woman, as a human being in this media/sex driven, superficial world. That relationship was twisted in so many ways—from how I viewed myself, to how others viewed me, to how I sought to portray myself. I often used to hear that I "looked" intimidating, powerful, too quiet, hard to approach because of my looks. This isn't how I want to be viewed. There's more to me. There's more to YOU.
As I've matured and grown into the woman I am now at 24, I've realized why I've had these weird relationships during my first 23 years of life. Years of discomfort in my own skin. Being surrounded by negative, self-defeating thoughts. Judgments. Unrealistic expectations... that other women have toward themselves and those which I've had toward myself.
It took a lot of time for me to first get comfortable with myself; and, trust me, I still struggle. But my road to self-realization and self-love have brought me to the point where I am NOW. Accepting and understanding of myself, and in turn, toward others—men and women alike.
I am now uncovering this innate ability to empower others. It isn't even about being like-minded; it's more of being open-minded. This intuitive sense of sisterhood that I harbor within has finally found Light, and I can't help but spread it like wildfire.
Our MINDS are POWERFUL weapons that have so much potential—used to infect the world with good or to poison the world with evil. I aspire to use mine for GOOD. For positivity. For empowerment. For PASSION. For SISTERHOOD.
Let our minds UNITE
our hearts shine BRIGHT
and our bodies feel RIGHT.
Join me and stay tuned for this workshop/get together. Coming very soon with big thanks and MUCH LOVE to @soulpick on IG and #soulpickfam for inspiration and welcoming arms!
Wishing you Love, Peace + Wealth in Health,
Growing up, I was an avid blogger on Xanga, Blogger, Tumblr, WordPress--you name it! Somewhere down the line, I felt like I lost my voice and stopped writing.