Imagine belonging, first and foremost, to yourself.
Take that in. Take a breath. Feel that.
Maybe the idea is exhilarating. Or maybe it’s edgy, uncomfortable. After all, people are taught to perform, to please, to shut down. We are taught to be for others: we are lovers, mothers, fathers, daughters, sons, friends, first.
But what if you belonged to you, first?
What if you lived from a place of confidence and deep inner knowing? What if you knew your inherent worth and value? What if you embodied the knowing that you belong in this world?
Who would you be if you totally inhabited your sensual body and desires? If you lived from a place of nourishment—not by overeating, sex, obsessions, or addictions—but from your constant connection to Source and to your pure, beautiful, animal, humanness.
After all, you are of the divine, as you are.
And when you know this, when you accept yourself and take the time to discover yourself, you become aligned. In flow. You appreciate what you have, and all you need comes to you.
When you nurture yourself and your dreams, you become a more present lover, parent, friend. Your well is full, you are free from resentment and frustration, and you have more to give.
This is a space where you can discover yourself. This is a space where you can remove the layers, one by one. Step by step, bit by bit, you’ll uncover who you are, and who you are meant to be.
Step into your birthright: sacral empowerment.
1) having to do with the sacral chakra or second energy center. Where our sexuality, creativity, personal power, money & worth issues, and shame reside.
2) of, for or relating to sacred rites (rights)