OMG!!! Why is this playing again??
I love the song but over the last week it has haunted me!

😯 I’m out on a date….
🎢 “Bring your secrets, bring your scars” 🎢
😯 Driving home from seeing clients
🎢 “Bring your glory, all you are” 🎢
😯 Streaming a random playlist on shuffle
🎢 “Bring your daylight, bring your dark” 🎢
😯 In a store shopping
🎢 “Share your silence, And unpack your heart” 🎢

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The other day a person messaged me trying to give me advice to not share my “shit” all over the place if I want to attract new clients. It was another coach and they were telling me that sharing your personal struggles and difficulties online will only drive clients away.

I laughed and it brought me back to one of my earliest days. Warning this is a gross story….
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The Ugly Side Of Tantric Bodywork

I’m in the middle of receiving a personal tantric bodywork session… I laugh, I cry, I laugh and cry at the same time, and then, I suddenly go to a peaceful spiritual place where I see vivid white. Prior to leaving the session, I receive amazing grounding, but leave feeling like Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, and I am surprised at my reaction. I am driving home and suddenly feel slightly drunk. I have not had one drop to drink, but I feel disoriented and am feeling sick to my stomach as I pull in my driveway. I was told to go home and eat grounding foods, but right now, I feel like vomiting all over this apartment, though eating and water are essential for me, right now, to get back to myself. I go to my bedroom and strip and put on the biggest t-shirt and leggings I can find and curl up on the couch for the rest of the evening (Yep, super sexy). I have very interesting dreams throughout the evening and wake up feeling like I was hit by a truck, both physically and emotionally. I start 5, 10, 50 emails to my mentor to process what is stirred up, but truly have no words to capture what feels like intense crazy. Instead, I ground, I breathe, and I do all the things my training has taught me in managing after an intense session. I have to paddle my way through these waves of emotions and know I will be better for it.

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