Full Body Centering Flow
Sharing ourselves unapologetically is how healing begins and life, its untruth and shame stop controlling us. It is a very hard journey to do this and never easy every time I do. People pull us apart no matter what we say or do. However, this is my life and this is my story. This is your life and this is your story. Make it a bestseller. Don’t sell it short by hiding the best bits that make you who you are today, the page turners, the cliff hangers, the bits that make your story epically like no other yet lovable and make others realize they are not alone at the same time …No matter if society says it is not ok or others or is ok, wont change it, make it go away. Only you can by owning it, so it doesn’t own you and haunt your future. So you can use it as a guide post instead of a hitching post. The more I accept it with honesty and rawness the more I can let it go and make space for better tomorrows. The more I own my story the more I can use the strength from what I have gone through to write better tomorrows for the rest of my life instead of bringing the past to haunt my future. We are all villains, victims, heroes and so much more in the story of life. We are not one thing alone but if we own every moment we can all also write better stories and make better tomorrows without the past no longer writing our future as we no longer need to blame, shame and judge the world and others to feel better or justify what life gave us. Instead we use it for expansion and put it as personal evolution. Own it!
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Please don’t think I don’t know how hard it is to regain your fitness, because you see my now moments. Here is me 36.5 weeks pregnant and now. Not because it was easy but because it was worth it. Breathing in and breathing out every single day is hard, fighting for your dreams is hard. There is no after glow, even after you get your goal, it’s daily work to maintain. The after glow is the sweat from the daily hard work it never ends. My body right now isn’t luck. It’s hard work. My body is a reflection of my lifestyle a 8 year journey so far. Through one pregnancy loss, another pregnancy, postnatal depression and more. It is not a 30 day program to get fit or flexible. When you look at peoples posts here don’t compare your chapter 1 to their chapter 50 . When you see them doing the things you want to do or having a body you admire, remember it isn’t easy. Remember that they had a starting point too….Where they are now, was not where they began! @ashley.horner has been a huge inspiration to me and her programs.
Humans and chimps have 95 percent DNA compatibility however we are so different. We see a chimp doing their different ways but we don’t judge them we are curious, we want to observe and see their world. We have to wake up and realise that is how we can also operate here on social media and in the world with each other. We do not need to control each other either, just observe, learn and let go. We maybe the same as in we are humans, yes we breathe, we eat, we have a heart beat but we all have our own unique truth and way to live just like chimps do to us even though they are so similar. We must realise our truths and others are not there to tell us ours or their way is wrong or right, it is so we /they can be the best human we can all be to help ourselves, others and the world around us. We share our truths because we hope it is a light in someone’s life that helps them and possibly we wished we had had this truth in our darkness. The reality is we need to step away from judging and into our truths and let each other do the same, so we can all be our best selves and make the world more beautiful in our unique way and heal a little more. There is over 7 billions different ways to live and truths, no one alike, however we maybe similar like chimps and humans are but we are all still unique and different in our own way not wrong or right, bad or good, just being a human ….Truth can hurt like hell. Truth can liberate. Truth can bring out a brave side. Truth can destroy. Truth can cause reconsideration. Truth can make us look inward. Truth can make us look outward. It is raw. It is real. It is honest. It is naked. It is harsh. It is direct. It is true. Truth isn’t perfect but it acts like medicine for each of us. It hurts but cures. Where as a lie is like a pain killer hides the pain an instant relief but has side effects forever.
#fridaysforme for @sian_samantha
I don’t have a challenge for another week. I am heading away Sunday for an adventure on Laines last week of school holidays. I am not online as much but always thinking of you all. It reminded me how that even though we don’t see things they are still occurring. With mental health awareness day yesterday I am posting today because it’s often a day too late. We are all so blinded by the externals we don’t see the hurting hearts and struggling souls behind these posts. We don’t see the anxiety attacks, the fights, suicide attempts, the challenges, the abuse, the depression, the pain and suffering we cause by our hateful words we say here & in life. We miss soo much that changes lives… I hope today you’ll all close your eyes and see with your heart. Reach out to those you love tell them you love them. Be a little kinder here online to those you want to judge. Just because they look happy are they? Just cause they have a beautiful body does it mean life is better? They don’t have insecurities? They haven’t been told they aren’t worthy? Just because they are naked, does it mean they are a bad person? Porn? Or self confident? Just because they look like they have the perfect family, relationship, have it all together, rich, happy are they? Just because you view the world this way does it mean it’s the only way? Mental Health Awareness for me is every day. After committing suicide and failing. It made me see the world very differently because no one saw me and some still don’t see me, no one saw my pain, no one even new it happened and when I told them they ask if I was kidding? This is how blinded we are to seeing peoples pain and suffering. We see the masks, the numbers, the clothes or no clothes, the smiles, the photos and videos but we do not see the soul and pain. There are wounds that never show on the body that are deeper and more hurtful than anything that bleeds and visibly breaks. So many hide their scars with I’m fine and see the world in black and white instead of vibrant colors. So let’s show people between frustration and depression is our love and hands to help each other up again.
I first started my online journey when I was in deep post-natal depression (not that you would see that behind these photos or videos). No one saw that I had attempted suicide either it was just another day of a girl posting. After that moment I felt a need to express myself authentically the good, the challenge & truth of me. Why? I didn’t want anyone else to feel as lonely, unhappy & unworthy as I did. My hope was that when people would see other people, like myself (an ordinary girl), baring their all with honesty/vulnerability, showing her struggles that it might make it easier for them to reach out for help & support too. Its been fucking hard & I can’t tell you how many times people opinions / judgments have shattered me, shocked me in their lack of compassion (all walks of life strangers, family, friends, even a community of souls I turned to for their compassion yogis, health &fitness/motivation experts). It feels uncomfortable & extremely vulnerable to lay bare our innermost selves in a public way as we are programmed to worry about what others may think and whether or not they will still love/accept us once they know what we perceive to be our vulnerabilities/weaknesses. I also can’t tell you how grateful I am for all those that have supported me in my journey. Some I have never met & I take my hat off to all you epic souls who are out there being your true, authentic selves, chasing your dreams, owning your failures, trying new things, getting out of your comfort zone, taking responsibility for being the change you wish to see in the world while celebrating others rather than looking at them as competition or judgment/shame. You are the people who make the difference. Please never believe anyone who tells you that you’re not enough. If you ever feel like you’re struggling, remember that somewhere in this world there is a girl called Rhy (that’s me!) – and that this girl supports you & loves you just as you are, in all your bravery,
in all your beauty and even when you “bare it all” – in fact, especially when you “bare it all”! Extract from my book link in bio coming Jan 2020 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07QLJ5NCL?pf_rd_p=2d1ab404-3b11-4c97-b3db-48081e145e35&pf_rd_r=WXX34YWB5GGBAVSBXECQ