I am so grateful that at some point in my life I made the decision to be the guardian and nurturer of my soul.
I took it upon myself to learn the skills and develop the tools to self-sooth AND maintain a burning desire to keep being better.
The drive for self-improvement doesn’t have to come from pain.
It is exponentially more beautiful when it comes from the joy of infinite possibility that WE ALL HAVE ACCESS TO!
My catch up calls with my SMP girls last Friday, reinforced the value of the mental and emotional tools which I teach the girls and how powerful they are at helping them grow and evolve into the people they want to be.
Right now it’s mediation month in The Sports Model Project.
We are all using Headspace then giving our reflections of our practice inside of our private group. It’s been a challenge and a massive life upgrade for the whole team.
We are seeing some pretty profound changes in the nature of the girl's minds and the quality of their experience of this life.
We also see that they change physically. They are less bloated, less puffy and their measurements have started to move in a consistent fashion.
Because in order to change who you are you must be willing to let go of the past.
You must be willing to change your old thoughts, words and actions.
We all believe that we are a certain way now,
because of something that happened in the past.
But that's not true.
Stuff happened once, we responded to it the best we could at the time but
Most women change their bodies without changing who they are mentally and emotionally and therefore they never really change.
They put all the effort in the external validation and base their happiness on that.
They have a new body but they still have the same stories,
the same limitations,
the same insecurities
which is why they never appreciate
or see what they have just achieved.
I know how that feels, I have been there many times before too.
But If you want to have true self-confidence,
if you want to be happy,
then you need to start acting and thinking in a way that supports those goals, otherwise no matter that you do,
no matter how good you look,
it will never be enough.
It’s weird, people always say to me don’t ever change.
I have been told this by someone at every different stage I have been in.
The thing is, I had changed.
I have to change.
I must keep changing.
I can not be the person I was 10 years ago if I want to keep evolving.
If you do not put effort into changing this,
the more things change,
the more they’ll stay the same.
You will find yourself on the emotional hamster wheel.
Do you need help getting off the hamster wheel?
Have been putting in the work, but you keep finding yourself back at the start again?
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Light and loving kindness