Be You, Bravely!

If you want to embody your true YOU, start paying attention to what may be holding you back.

If you don’t notice what makes you you — your talents, beliefs, and values — and start conforming to what others may or may not think, you’ll harm yourself.
🙄 You’ll start playing it safe because you’re afraid of what will happen on the other side of the critique.
😣 You’ll fear being ridiculed or rejected.
😔 When challenged, you’ll surrender your viewpoint.
😖 You won’t raise your hand when you can’t control the outcome.
😐 You won’t go for what you want because you won’t think you’ll get it.
This year try something new: Embrace the good and the bad in you.

💥 Stop Trying To Be Nice & Dare To Be Authentic.
Start at home. Tell that person you love them. Dance at a wedding. Take risks. Be respectfully weird. (IT MEANS BE YOU).
Then try it at work. Give a presentation. Go for that promotion. Or change to something that makes you soul happy.
When you feel you’re holding back, simply acknowledge it, and reconnect to yourself.
Most of all, remember that growth comes from outside your comfort zone!

Take good care of you,


Exploring Our Self-Critic

Most of us are familiar with thoughts that tell us we are not good enough.

These thoughts might be there at work: “Your work is not good”, “You’ll never be as good, why do you bother?”, “No one notices you”, “You are not doing enough”.

This inner critic might meet you when you look at the mirror: “You’re fat.” “Horrible hair, there’s no hope”. “You look bad and sloppy”.

It’s even there to critique your closest relationships. “He doesn’t really love you. No one could care about you.” “You’re not a good mother”, “Just don’t be vulnerable.”

There’s always this sense of never being enough. Of falling short at work, as a partner, and worse sometimes as a parent. This leads to feeling insecure with others. and we can feel guilty, resentful, or controlling.

Being kind to ourselves is one of the central components of mindfulness—but that doesn’t mean it’s always easy.

If we can calm our inner critic and cultivate self-acceptance, we can rewire our brain for deeper connections.

It all starts with the awareness to pay attention to your thoughts.

Reflect for a moment:

What’s your typical attitude towards yourself especially in those moments when you’re feeling anxious, angry, or off balance?

For many of us, our attitudes are far from friendly. We have deep habits of judging ourselves as lacking, deficient, inadequate, in pretty much everything.
You can start observing your thoughts towarrds yourself with this simple exercise in your everyday life:
✨ Notice when you are caught in thoughts of self-judgmet and come back to your senses, using your breath.
Sometimes our thoughts are relentless voices in our heads.
By observing them, we realize they are just thoughts…
We don’t have to believe in them.


Take good care of you,



PS-  If you want to discover how mindfulness can help you to overcome decades of self-judgment book here a free discovery session and let’s talk. And you can also listen here to a short guided meditation to help you start exploring your self-critic.


Exploring Our Self-Critic

Hi friends!

In this guided meditation we will explore our self-critic.

We will start by bringing awareness to our breath or to the sounds around us, and then evolve to notice our self-critical thoughts.

We can use mindfulness to be aware when we have those self-critical voices and bring a sense of kindness towards ourselves, and this will increase our ability to regulate emotions.

We use mindfulness practice to not judge ourselfs, to not judge ourselfs for being judgmental, and just noticing judging.

And PLEASE don’t forget to bring a kind attitude to yourself for the judging thoughts, if they are present.

Take good care of you,





How close is the person you are to the person you want to be?

Don’t answer quickly.

I want you to take a deep breath and analyse where you are in your life. Analyse who you are in your life.

Is this easy to answer?

The road for self-acceptance is also a road of discovery.

Self-acceptance isn’t going to happen overnight. It takes extensive work and considerable dedication.

But learning how to love yourself right and treat yourself well can impact the way you live your life and the things you’re able to accomplish.

Here are 9 ways to start your journey to self-acceptance:

✔Practice self-care. Take time to yourself.

✔Connect with yourself: meditate

✔Accept imperfection.

✔Be kind to yourself (how’s your inner critic? Loud?)

✔Do things that feed your soul.

✔ Practice mindfullness. Be here and now.

✔Move your body. Go for a walk.

✔Be grateful for the things you do for yourself.

✔Don’t take things personally.


Tell me how close is the person you are to the person you want to be? Do you feel you show up as yourself in life?

Send me a message if you want to share something about this subject 💛


Inviting Compassion

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Hi friends! This is a short practice to invite compassion for ourselves.

As human beings we all have moments of difficulty, challenge, or suffering.

Take a moment to acknowledge the difficulties you’ve experienced or are experiencing now in your life and to feel compassion.

Take good care of you!