Healing your spirit to heal your body

Let’s get lifted! Spiritually..

Happy 4/20 yall! Although I do support the cannabis movement in all forms, today’s episode is all about your spiritual health in connection with your body health. I share my journey and how I went through different practices to have a deeper connection with my soul and intuition.

This might be a good episode to light one up to and ponder the universe. Either way, it’s getting deep.

KEY POINTS

  •  Connecting with your higher self
  • Recognizing spiritual wounds
  • Seeking help and support
  • Trusting yourself

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Transcript
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What's up everybody.

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Welcome back to another episode of healing in hindsight, your no source for thriving

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with diabetes, Taylor, Danielle here, hope you guys are having a good week.

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And on this episode of hindsight, thoughts, I really want to talk

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about spiritual healing and I mean, spiritual healing in, in terms of

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healing, your spirit to heal your body.

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And so, It's something that has been really deep on my mind and on my heart,

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especially after this past year with the pandemic and everybody kind of just having

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a big collective universal situ as down, that's kind of how I think about the

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last year is just go sit down somewhere, go learn how to be with yourself.

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Go deal with all of the inner demons and things that are plaguing

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your mind, your soul, whatever.

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Go.

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Deal with your shit.

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Okay.

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So it led me down this path of really understanding the connection

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between the mind spirit and body and how the body is so affected by.

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A lot of things, from environmental effects to, soul

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effects to mental effects.

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And it's so connected that it can have such, deep changes in that.

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And I feel like last week's episode with Ryan and Lauren from

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the dope shit, my therapist says podcasts really highlighted that.

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So I really wanted to just dig a little bit deeper and give kind of my personal

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insights on that, because I think it's important to understand whether you are a.

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Believer in God or not, that there is something bigger and deeper within us.

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That is a moving force.

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And by working with it, we're able to make really big shifts

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and changes in our actual physical vessel that we've been given.

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So let's get into it.

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I'll be back with more.

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Alrighty.

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So healing your spirit in order to heal your body.

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It is, I know a interesting topic and in some forms can be a controversial topic.

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But.

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I wanted to just give my perspective on how it has been for me and, kind

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of the flow that I went through that I feel like is gotten me on

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a path to truly having this deep semiotic connection with my body.

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And I feel like I'm seeing.

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No, not, I feel like I am seeing results of just this

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flow through life with my body.

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And it really being in the same rhythm that, mentally and spiritually I'm in.

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So the first thing that kind of came to mind with this idea is just connecting.

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With my higher self in general being able to tap into that part

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of myself and then being able to do some deep work, to recognize areas

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that either need to be healed or that I need some additional support.

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And then eventually coming to this wholeness of trusting myself

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in a higher, more spiritual way.

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So.

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Connecting with my higher self or my spiritual self, if you will,

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has shown up in different ways.

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It has been through prayer and meditation.

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It has been through doing deep work and a sense of, journaling visualizations.

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It has been through connecting with healers and readers of being

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able to tap into, the different energies, things like that.

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And I get it.

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All of that sounds super.

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Woo woo.

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So that's not your thing.

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Look at it as what's the vibe, whenever you sit or you go somewhere, like you

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ever just noticed this spidey sense, like vibe going on, like something's off,

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something's weird and it's basically.

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Conditioning yourself to tap into that more.

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So that's what I kind of started with.

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I've always had a deeper sense of things.

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I do consider myself an empath but I never really turned it on myself.

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I pick up on other people versus myself.

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So I went through the traditional route of meditation and I am in no way.

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Perfect meditating.

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Y'all when they say your thoughts wander off.

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They wander off and it so my, my imagery and my imagination is so big that I

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literally will imagine, especially if I'm doing like guided meditations with it,

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like, just let your thoughts wander off.

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I've literally created a character in my mind.

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That's like doing these crazy, like video transitions, like white

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boards carrying down the scenes.

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That way I can just like, not think right.

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If anybody has ever seen the comedy sketch show cake on Hulu they do a yoga like skit

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with this chick that perfectly depicts, or like she's trying to get in flow.

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She's trying to get in flow.

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She's trying to get in flow.

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And then at the very last minute she does when the class is over.

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So it's kind of like that for me, but I kept doing it because

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I started to recognize the thoughts that were coming in.

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And I didn't react to them.

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It was just the, the act of acknowledging them and then letting them slip away.

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And then I started to play around with other forms of meditation and a sense of,

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yes, I do feel like there is a place for traditional meditation and the people who

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are dumb, disciplined in it are goals.

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Right.

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But.

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It doesn't have to be traditional.

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It can be whatever, just allows your thoughts to fall away.

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Whatever allows your mind to just completely go at ease.

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That is not distracting.

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And for me, that's music with no words.

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I actually tried out the app and Dell, where they kind of tune into

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these different frequencies based off of your location and your birthday

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and all these different things.

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And I felt like it was really helpful to just sit and kind of just tune in to

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the different noises that I was hearing.

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And it, it made me.

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Kind of disappear into myself and different tones and frequency started

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to bubble up thoughts and feelings that I didn't even know that I had.

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The other type of meditation that I like are like guided visualizations.

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I did one in a workshop for self care society with Danica Bresha and it's one

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of my favorite ones that we've done.

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And I literally have it on repeat when I can, go back and rewatch it.

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And it's where she kind of guides you through what your future self

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is doing from the moment that you wake up, all the way to like,

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getting started with your day and.

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I'll even use that as a journal prompt sometimes, but for the most part, seeing

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my ideal self or my ideal life has been really telling to where I'm at right

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now, because in doing those meditations where, What does your hair look like?

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What does your body feel like?

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And you're so deeply in love with your body.

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You were so happy with it.

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You are, able to do all these things.

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What is your, your bank account look like?

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What is your, what's your first meeting for the day?

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What is your house look like?

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All of these things, it started to bring out in me a, there was

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a lot of superficial stuff that.

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I thought I wanted, but I didn't,

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like, I thought that I wanted this huge, crazy house with, all

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of these crazy amenity rooms.

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That's what I'm gonna call them.

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Amenity rooms like, Oh, there's a theater here and there's this air.

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And all these things.

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And I realized, no.

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I really don't want that.

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I started playing around with, with an app that allows you to kind of

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sketch out what you would want in a, in a house or a place or whatever.

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And.

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I realized that the home that I want, one is going to be extremely unique, right?

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It is not going to be the cookie cutter traditional house, which I

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had been looking at here in Austin for not only just buying my first

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house in general, but for investment, property purposes, things like that.

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And the more I looked at him, the more of like, Oh, I could

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have this here and not here.

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I'm just like, this is not.

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Personally, what I want to live in, what I want is space, but I don't need

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it in a sense of like this huge house.

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I want land, I want connection to earth.

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I want to have, a place where it's almost like the outside and inside are kind of

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intertwining, because that feels right.

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And so.

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It started to really open up a lot of things that I felt within myself

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that I realized were products of other people's projections on me.

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I don't think I would've gotten to that with just mindset work.

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Right, because there's something about what your mind wants and sees,

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and the mind can be tricked, right?

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Because it has all of these senses to give it information, right.

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And when you have all of this information coming in, it can be overwhelming.

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It's so easy to trick the eye, that you have to consciously be

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aware that that's not what it is.

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VR is a great example of that.

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Having my Oculus has been a great escape, but I'm constantly

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having to remind myself.

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That this is not real, but it feels so real just because I'm looking at it.

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And it's crazy that no matter which way I turn, I'm seeing, this thing

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and it isn't until I physically pull off the headset that it's like,

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Oh yeah, I'm in my living room.

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Sorry I have this like hair that keeps poking me in my eye.

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So connecting with your soul, it's a deeper feeling.

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And.

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I wish there was a better way that I can describe it for you, but it's like,

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it's kind of almost shedding all of those senses in a way, and really just

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tuning into what is it that is causing your soul to just kind of rise a bit.

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I get like this warming kind of.

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Sensation and, and like kind of my belly, but like right.

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Between the chest and the belly, I, it starts to warm almost like that, kind

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of butterfly, like feeling like of like, Oh man, I don't know what this is, but

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you know, it doesn't feel scary, but it doesn't feel exactly exciting either.

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It's just like, you can't place it.

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You can't place it.

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You just feel this thing.

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So I started doing more exercises that bring that out and.

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Recognizing what that feeling is.

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And that feeling for me is, is my, my spirit, like telling me whatever this

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is, you need to go for it, whatever this is, this is, this is right in the,

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the more it amplifies, the more I know I'm heading in the right direction.

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So connecting with your higher self can be.

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Trying to find the right word, Joe, I'm sorry.

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It, it just it's, it's something about it that starts to have

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everything else makes sense.

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And again, I've had different moments throughout my life where I've had it.

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I was just so drowned out by my mental state and all the noise up there

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that I couldn't which is why I had to do a lot of mindset work before

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I even could connect with my spirit.

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Right.

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But once I started doing these exercises that.

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Asked me to be, have deeper feelings about what does this look like for you?

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What does this feel like for you?

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Because that's how the visual is connected.

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If I couldn't feel it, I was like, no, this isn't what I want, because

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I used to visualize crazy house and cars and, lavish luxury things.

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And it's not that I don't want nice things.

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It's just different because of how I feel.

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And now luxury looks like for me, Not having to worry about a price tag,

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not having to go into a boutique and thinking about, Oh, can I afford this?

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Right?

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Not that I need all this stuff, I'm totally fine with just a few pieces.

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That's why I took a whole year off from buying more makeup and clothes because

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I recognize I didn't need more of it.

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I didn't.

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Right.

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So doing these exercises to connect with my herself.

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Started to help me recognize wounds, helped me to recognize

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areas of like scarcity for me.

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And it started me on a path to connect with my body in such a deep way that my

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goals with my body are no longer vain.

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If you were to see my old Instagram, which I won't share this handle

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because it's, it's very personal.

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But everything that I followed on it was shopping stuff was fitness stuff.

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But these models with bodies that there's no way I would have to

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literally get crazy amounts of surgery to actually meet this physical look.

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Right.

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It was.

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Fast paced lifestyle.

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It was partying.

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It was, look at me, I've got all this money, I've got all this stuff.

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And I realized how much that played a role on me down to my money.

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Y'all have, I'm constantly spamming myself with stuff that says that I need to keep

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buying this to make myself feel good.

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And I was doing it.

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I was, I was doing it.

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I was constantly filling the void with stuff.

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If I buy these clothes, then I'll have this look and then I'll be appreciated

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because I've got this physical look when I can buy the clothes all day long, but it's

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really the person who's wearing them, who has the shape and all of these things that

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I'm more so having a deeper longing for.

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So when I recognize these deeper wounds of spiritual emptiness, I knew.

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I was like, okay, I have got to come to terms with this.

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And so I'll save, I'll save you the long-winded version of that.

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And just go in short that, I sought out a sensuality coach to not only

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connect with my body in terms of like intimacy and being able to

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feel deeply with my partner, but.

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I did it more so for myself.

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And I told him that when I was seeking this, because, there were definitely some

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issues that I had with just intimacy with men in general, but even more so with

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myself, I had such a lack of confidence in myself, such a deep self-esteem hole

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in my heart of I'm not pretty enough.

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I'm not physically this enough.

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I am in a world that.

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Condemns my heritage in a way and makes it seem like my heritage is

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less than others, all of these things.

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And I had to take time to love me.

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I had to literally just date me in the midst of being with someone

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else, but he was totally on board.

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He understood that.

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I had to take time to myself.

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I had to learn to just be with myself.

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I had to learn to appreciate my body and, and all of the things that I have

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to offer in terms of service to others.

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Right.

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And so there were moments of deep tears of feeling like, Oh my God, I cannot

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believe that I hated myself so much.

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Because I thought that if I wasn't doing these things, I wasn't worthy.

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And yes, the era of social media, the era of social media does play a huge role.

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And since then, I don't really go to that Instagram account very much.

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And when I do it's to check up on, and see the good things that are happening

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with my friends and I've been followed so many accounts that when I look at it

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that warm, weird, Feeling isn't there.

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And that tells me, okay, this doesn't serve me.

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This doesn't make me feel good about myself.

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So I connected with my higher self.

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I recognized some very deep spiritual wounds.

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I sought help through, not only my sensuality coach, but even in therapy.

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I brought up to my therapist how I felt, and we worked through a lot of those

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feelings and those thoughts and, she was kind of even like my hype manager

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of like, you really are a good person.

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You really are.

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You're such an energetic being, and I couldn't connect with it for a while

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because I'm like, I don't feel that.

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I don't see that.

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I don't get how this is what you get from me.

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Because I present something to you and it made me even have to realize,

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what am I presenting to my therapist?

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Am I faking it?

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Yeah.

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With my therapist.

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I know I'm not alone in that.

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Because you want to come across.

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Okay.

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And it wasn't until I started really saying the things that were on my

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heart, part of that was not talking about my relationship in therapy.

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So for those of us who have partners, sometimes it's what we have to do is.

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I don't want to talk about my partner at all right now.

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Cause there was a time where that's all we talked about and it's because

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I did not want to talk about myself.

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I wanted to talk about the things with myself that I felt were

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making our partnership strained.

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But reality was, is that anything to.

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Be in service of others I'm willing to do, but being in service to myself

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is so hard and I had to face that.

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So after having that connection, recognizing those wounds

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and then getting support.

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In whatever area that looked like.

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That's when I started trusting myself, that's when I, when I started having

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that feeling, I knew that I was heading in the right direction of things.

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It happened with this show.

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Every time I talked about the idea of starting the show, it just, it just,

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it was almost unbearable, in a good, in a good way, but like, I knew I

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was heading in the right direction.

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I have a couple of other things lined up that I would really like to do and put

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out in the world in service of others.

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And every time I talk about it, I'm like, this is right.

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I have to keep making steps towards this.

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I have to keep doing whatever this is in order to get me there,

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because it's what I'm meant to do.

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And so that's, what's led to a deeper healing of my body because.

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Y'all I was not taking care of myself.

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The first two, two and a half years of my diagnosis.

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I was in a really bad place in my relationship at the time.

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And I've said this before, but I'll say it again because I always have a

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feeling that one day he might listen.

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One day, he might find out about the show and, listen to it.

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And, I never want anybody that I've ever been involved with, whether that

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is in a relationship, romantically business, whatever, to feel like.

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I think anything bad about them.

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But we were in a toxic relationship.

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We are not bad people.

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He is not a bad person by any means.

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We were just not good for each other.

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And a big part of that is because we both have.

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Things that we needed to figure out for ourselves.

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And I got into my relationship with my current partner and,

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we've talked about this too.

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I didn't really give myself a break any time to breathe any time to just be me.

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I just went full head on into this relationship because we've

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known each other for so long.

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We wanted to date and, see what life would be like together.

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We were in separate States.

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So that was kind of a big part of it.

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But it only just amplify the fact that we individually needed to do

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a lot of work on ourselves if we wanted our relationship to survive.

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And so it is led me on this huge charge.

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To be more thoughtful about my body.

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I don't keep a lot of junk in the house.

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My numbers have been the best that they've ever been in the almost six

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years that I've been a diabetic.

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And it's because I started to surround myself with things

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subconsciously directly.

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That pushes me to.

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Make the best decisions for myself, no matter what, I still have fun.

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I still drink.

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I still have cake and ice cream and burgers.

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I love burgers.

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I love nachos even more.

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Like I still have all these things, but I am not doing it

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to a level that makes me sick.

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That makes me feel like shit.

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When I wake up the next morning and braid myself for.

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Having a snack or having pizza or having whatever, going out with my friends.

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Like I, I am so beyond that.

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And I love myself so deeply because I went through all of this inner

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work with my soul to ensure that I know myself through and through now.

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I am in no means complete.

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I am in no means I've crossed the finish line, done.

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It is an ever evolving relationship with yourself.

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Right.

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You just keep leveling up, it's just like the video games that I play, you might

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finish the storyline and you might reach a certain level within the storyline,

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but then there's like, Oh, well, you can level up this area even more.

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You can level up your gear, you can level up this, oh, well now we've got seasons.

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So, you're, we'll continue to up the caps because there's always something to do.

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Right.

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So I really wanted to just share that with you guys, because I feel like

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in this journey with our bodies that are doing things that we don't want

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it to do, I don't, I don't want it to be a struggle for my body to take in.

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Glucose and use it for energy that it needs.

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I don't want it to over tire itself because there's so much glucose in my

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system that it's having to overclock on creating insulin to get it, to use it.

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But my cells are like, nah, I'm too tired.

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I'm not taking that in.

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Right.

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I don't want that at all.

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But it is through this understanding and appreciation of who I am and

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recognizing these deeper wounds within myself that now I am.

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I'm so much more gentler with myself.

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Is that word I'm way more gentle with myself.

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There it is that I feel like everything that I'm doing is working

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and yes, I'm using medication to get there and that's totally okay.

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But.

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I feel like I'm just in this beautiful synchronicity with myself.

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My mind is right.

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My, my spirit is right and now my body is falling in line with it because I

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recognize that the areas and things that I needed to adjust that I needed to heal

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and that I needed to come to terms with in order to do the right things by my body.

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And so it's.

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It's such a beautiful feeling to be at home with yourself.

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And to really know that even though I have flaws, even though yeah.

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What I like my stomach to be a little more snatched, do I care for the fact

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that, when I my arms, I got these like chicken wing, like things, are there

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things that I would like to improve?

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Sure.

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But I don't care what other people think anymore.

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I, I really don't.

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I would rather do what's best for my body internally.

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And if the results that my waste gets a little bit more snatched

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that I gained a bit more muscle.

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So my arm wings are, way more tight.

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Cool.

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But me right now is bomb as fuck.

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And I'm cool with that.

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And.

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Somebody loves all of that.

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And I have plenty of friends and family who appreciate me, right where

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I'm at, because if I don't learn how to appreciate myself, right.

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Where I'm at, I will have no clue what the hell to do with myself.

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If I were to be what, how many, I can't even call it anymore

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because it's so, it's so beyond me.

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But if I were to be that image that I had of myself, of this super

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snatch, Instagram model thing.

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Yeah.

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I couldn't handle that.

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I don't, I don't, I don't know ladies, if y'all joke out there where like,

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maybe certain physical assets that are oversexualized, didn't develop, like

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I'm not top heavy, I'm bottom heavy.

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And I know people who are top heavy and I bought them heavy.

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And, I know people who don't really have either, and we joke all the time

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about, there's a reason why God didn't give me both because I'd been in.

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I'd been a full run around these streets, acting crazy because I

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would be solely, deeply about vanity.

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And it's crazy when I see, other women and, they're doing all of these things

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for the attention of their bodies.

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And you can tell that it's empty.

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Because I can tell the difference between a woman who is just, I wholeheartedly

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appreciate my physical being and I don't care what other people think.

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So if I want to show it off, I'm going to show it off more fucking

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power to you, girl, like 100, get your money, but you can't just tell

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when somebody is like, I'm doing this solely because I want the attention.

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And the attention is the only thing that is keeping me from acknowledging myself

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inside, because I don't want to do that.

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And those are the kind of people in accounts that I have to keep out

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of my feed, that I have to keep out of my life because it is projecting

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an ideal that's unrealistic.

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So those are my thoughts and that truly doing some deep

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spiritual work and healing.

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All of those spiritual wounds truly will lead to.

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A better body and better health because better on a soul level.

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Right.

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Cause there's one thing that know better in your mind, but you're so, still

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tied deep down that you, you, you just find it so hard to make the decisions,

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but when you get your mind, right.

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And then you get your soul, right?

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Like your body is it's easy.

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Right.

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It's easy.

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Even if I don't do everything exactly.

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Right.

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Cause I'm not perfect.

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I don't work out every day, but I don't feel myself in a way that I

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feel like I need to work that off.

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And I don't even feel like that anymore.

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Right.

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I just feel like, okay, today I needed to get some work done.

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Okay.

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You know what.

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Tomorrow we'll, we'll get some sunshine.

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We'll, we'll make sure that we get some movement in, I don't feel bad.

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I don't beat myself up for it.

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Do I have goals?

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Sure, sure.

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I do.

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I definitely want to get some, some strength back in, but I'm not going

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to sit here and hate myself right now because I'm not where I want to be later.

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So I hope that resonated with somebody.

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Thank you once again for your time for your energy.

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I am truly, truly grateful for each and every person that supports

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the show that keeps, liking, subscribing, commenting, whatever.

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If you truly want to support me and everything that healing in hindsight

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is trying to do feel free to fuel my love for tea and coffee through buy

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If you're watching the video.

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Check my link and buy on Instagram, or if you're watching on YouTube,

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check the link in the show notes.

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I'm truly thankful for each and every person that tunes in every week.

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And I'm excited for this week's guest.

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It is such a wealth of information y'all I cannot.

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I go back and I'm still mind blown.

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But it is with the awesome Kylie from my life with Modi.

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And if you don't know what Modi is, you're about to find out because

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it is such an interesting thing.

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And I appreciate Carly so much for just dropping so much education

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for us and the diabetic community, because no diabetic is the same.

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So tune in Thursday for that episode, really excited for it.

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But until then, I'll catch you guys next time.

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I’m Taylor Daniele

PODCAST HOST, STREAMER & MULTI-PASSIONATE entrepreneur

My core belief is that you can carve your own path. Unafraid to stand in the gap, I started Healing In Hindsight™ after noticing that there weren’t many millennials of color that I could connect with. Being of black and thai descent, I was diagnosed at 25 with type 2 diabetes. I found the transition into managing my condition difficult. My hope is to have thoughtful conversations about how anyone living with diabetes can thrive by finding a way to manage that fits them.

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