Inspirational And Motivational Quotes : QUOTATION – Image : As the quote says – Description fearlessly authentic.
Be real, live in the moment and embrace life!
The thing with authentic is that some people think it fake and the thing about fake people come off as authentic. Authenticity is a dangerous thing but do it anyways!
Be fearlessly authentic. or at least courageously authentic. It often does take courage in the face of external pressures. Stay true to your nature, your human design - your inner authority & intuition.
Might be my new years resolution: Don't say "maybe" if you really want to say "no.
Another seemingly obvious piece of advice that SO many of my coaching clients struggle with. It is OK to say "No", especially if saying "yes" or "maybe" conflicts with your personal standards and boundaries.
amen hallelujah truth be told
Replying No to a party invite, or simply saying No Thanks to being asked to host one, won't be held against you lol. It's ok to say No.
"A certain darkness is needed to see the stars" .I will not allow my stars to shine through until you have experienced the burning, breath-taking darkness of my mind.
Not everything is perfect, always remember without darkness the stars would not shine. Perception is key, change the way you perceive the darkness to react by seeing the shining stars. they are after all as bright as you believe them to be!
"I'm darkness, M," She whispers. "It's best if you just stay away." "Reagan, don't shut yourself out," I reply. "There is a certain darkness needed to spy the beautiful stars.
I love this quote as it tells you that you need darkness to see stars. So even if something is not going well - you need to remember that something nice is happening around you. If you look for it you will find it - even at your darkest time
TRANSFORM for a seed to achieve its greatest expression, it must come completely undone. the shell cracks, its insides come out and everything changes. to someone who doesn't understand growth, it would look like complete destruction // cynthia occelli