BE BRAVE, BE REAL, BE YOU
Brené Brown, PhD describes wholeheartedness our ability to engage in our lives with authenticity, to cultivate and practice courage and compassion, and embrace all that we are, the beauty and the imperfections. And especially the imperfections as that is where our humanity can be nourished.
Courage + Vulnerability is our path to a wholehearted life
Life is messy. Life is uncertain. And life is beautiful. Our capacity to embrace our life is directly related to our capacity to engage in courage and vulnerability. The path can seem daunting but through our ability to practice compassion as we venture into building awareness, understanding and practices that resonate, we begin to open to more joy and ease. We come home, more deeply to ourselves.
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YOUR BODY & SENSATIONS
YOUR SENSATIONS & EMOTIONS
UNDERSTANDING & CHOICE
YOUR BRAIN & NERVOUS SYSTEM
YOUR AUTHORED LIFE UNDIVIDED & WHOLE
Wholeheartedness + Mind-Body Approach
Create practices to live in alignment with your deeper truth using wholeheartedness and inner wisdom as your guide
Living wholeheartedly is living from a place of worthiness. Brené Brown PhD has defined worthiness as “the conviction that you are good enough as you are, flaws and all, and that you deserve to be loved.” She also says that we have a choice, we either live inside and embrace our story, all of it, or stand outside and constantly hustle for worthiness.
As we move into wholeheartedness, we begin to shift our understanding of and befriend our emotions. We find the pathway to courage and vulnerability. Emotions such as shame, fear, anxiety and pain can become avenues to grow our capacity for vulnerability, trust, resiliency and worthiness.
As we engage in our lives through the lens of wholeheartedness and the mind-body connection, we find the wisdom inherent within all of us. We begin to align with our true nature, our essential self. We are walking the pathway to becoming undivided and whole.
Blog: Growing resilience and worthiness
“Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing,
there is a field. I’ll meet you there.