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How You Lose Your Authenticity

What does it mean to be authentic? What does it mean when someone says to just 'be you?' Authenticity comes with expressing your whole self genuinely, as opposed to showing only one side of who you are. But, who is your true self and what can you do to channel that person? 

We are all born with a love for self-expression. Over time we start to learn what is 'expected' of us. We are taught to listen to what society at large is telling us and we begin to slowly suppress our authentic selves. We seek to fit in and be accepted, and even begin to overthink as opposed to feel and fall in tune with our bodies and what is best for us. 

When we are left alone in a room with no one but your thoughts, who are you? What makes you, YOU? Everyone has unique qualities and traits that are unlike anyone else. Can you imagine a life where you flow with the current, listen to your needs and are lit up with joy every single day? At our core we all dream of living a happy and fulfilled life. 

If you are being completely honest with yourself, how many hours of your day are spent at work? How many more hours are spent thinking about other people? Imagine how much time and energy has left your body when your mind is preoccupied with what everyone else is doing and thinking. When was the last time that you simply did something for yourself? Self-awareness is the first step into claiming back your power and embracing your most authentic self. It's time to notice what makes you feel brighter, more powerful and what makes you bloom.

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