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Finding Your Inner Hero

Updated: Jan 31

" Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgment that something else is more important than fear." Ambrose Redmoon

As a kid, I was as tough and courageous as they come. Not lacking in confidence, I jumped at any chance to prove my greatness. Because I was a professional actress at such an early age, this helped me tremendously. I remember revving myself up for auditions early on by doing push-ups and shadowboxing in bathroom stalls, envisioning myself with blinders, blocking out the competition. Somehow, as I grew into a young adult,  I started to lose my spirit, doubt my abilities, and question my strength, something that came so quickly to me as a kid. I continued to work successfully but had to work much harder to get "out of my way" and let "my light shine." I had, and have, an undeniable need to challenge myself, and that keeps me moving in the direction of extraordinary endeavors, but this almost comes with a guarantee of some pretty scary stuff. So, this "fear stuff" is an ongoing process that I continually embrace. Many fantastic teachers have given me the tools to help me embrace and move through my fears, maybe not by flying fists and ego-driven visions but by practicing self-acceptance, limitless love, and perhaps a few push-ups.

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