Wholeness. What does that mean for you?
I was flattered, of course. And I do want to help my clients to a feeling of wholeness. But what I really, really want is for them to feel whole all on their own. If I can help them to that point that’s fabulous. But the real wholeness comes from within. So, I thought I would explore what wholeness means for me.
And here are my thoughts
- I feel complete within myself
- I no longer beat myself up about everything
- I no longer seek validation from all around me
- I have made friends with the less shiny bits of my personality and know that it’s perfect to be imperfect
- I now CHOOSE to be with and love my significant relationships rather than NEED them
- I do what I love and love what I do
- I no longer try to be something I’m not
- I know it’s okay that I like staying home and no longer think I ‘should’ join groups I don’t want to.
- The ‘shoulds’ - yeah they rarely exist any more.
- I like spending time with me
- I no longer hide me
- And I also accept that I feel all and do all these things only most of the time and that even in my wholeness I am imperfect.