Seeing the lessons you’ve learned

Lessons learnedPeriodically I get an urge to write down lessons I’ve learned. Yesterday I got to thinking about what I’ve learned from both my sons. I wanted to celebrate what they’ve taught me in a page.

We learn all sorts of lessons from those in our lives. I’ve had to overcome a lot of negativity with some people close to me. I needed to celebrate what I’ve learned growing through a very poor self image growing up.

My soul wanted to experience a lot of situations that tried to make me believe that I’m not worthy, my thoughts aren’t correct, I’m a sinner, and a failure. Coming out the other side, I’ve learned that none of that is true. I’m very smart, a warrior, conqueror, my power is far from sinful, and I can choose what I believe is true. I trust my gut because inside is the only place I need to look for answers. My truth is perfect for me.

I am still learning to speak my truth and have an anxious reaction to any man that gets mad at me, but so be it. I am who I am – period.

We are the most beautiful when we are our true selves not apologizing for our deep authenticity – faults and all.

Warrior's Spiritwhat I learned in collegeHere’s a couple other pages of things I’ve learned.

 

 

 

It’s a great affirmation to write down what you’ve learned from your path so far. You just might be surprised at just how much wisdom you have.

Published by Your Inner Art

Mixed Media and jewelry artist, author, and teacher. The creative process has carried me, taught me, and comforted me. I use art as income and therapy - it is my joy. This evolution has brought me to the Goddess path of wisdom and alchemy in my art and in my soul. Embodying the many facets of Goddess is a valuable tool in personal growth and self care. I provide encouragement, instructions, and what I have learned about the human experience. My books are: Creatively Through Cancer and Caring for Yourself the Creative Goddess Way. My jewelry is Goddess Adornment. My blog is how to use art as therapy and self care.

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