How To Feel More Powerful And Be Authentic To What You Need

December 28, 2016

How To Feel More Powerful And Be Authentic To What You Need

How are you feeling today? Are you feeling your strong authentic self? Or, today, are you feeling powerless? Are you trapped in a victim mindset?

These are some very short and sweet tips that can help you bring yourself to your full power:
 
1. Stop giving away your power - understand and establish your boundaries. 

2. Examine why you might be enjoying "playing" the victim. How is it benefitting you?

3. Develop your core self - understand your values. 

4. Align yourself with the flow of evolution, or personal growth. 

5. Trust in a power that transcends everyday reality. 

 

If you'd like to read more on this topic find out whether you'd rather be flawed or perfect and check out what it means to be on the hero's journey

 




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