Trust yourself, you know more than you think you do.

Trust yourself. Trust your gut. Trust your dreams. Trust that you will be able to handle any situation, because you can and then, no matter if the outcome was positive or negative, reflect and learn. Trust that you know more than you think you do. Trust in the soul song you sing and the […]

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Consistency is the true foundation of trust.

What makes you trust someone? They are consistent with their words and their actions. They do what they say they’re going to do, even if it is something that you might not align with. You know they are good for their word; you trust them. Is this how you treat yourself? Do you […]

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Do not abandon trust when your ego thinks things should be different than they are.

As we start flexing our trust harmonies, of course there will be challenges to overcome and lessons to be learned. As we reconnect with our inner selves, we change. We grow. We start wanting different things. This may seem odd, foreign, and uncomfortable in our relationships and in the spaces we have traveled. […]

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When you trust in yourself, you are trusting in the same wisdom that created you.

When we trust ourselves, we are trusting in our own inner wisdom, our inner spark of life. We are igniting our flame, we are singing our soul’s songs, and we are walking the paths of life delectably authentic, deliciously transparent, and enticingly ourselves. We stop resisting who we are and embrace the perfectly […]

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Remind yourself that you cannot fail at being yourself.

Remind yourself that your soul songs are never wrong for you. Remind yourself that if you have taken on heavier lyrics and more intense musical moments, they, too, will pass (if you want them to) and that you will survive them…and hopefully you’ll say that you are thriving now because of them. Remind […]

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You may be deceived if you trust too much, but you will live in torment unless you trust enough.

If we were to turn away from our soul songs by not trusting ourselves, we are turning away from ourselves. We are turning away from the sparks that ignite our inner being, from the joy and the hope that our hearts feel as we step forward into the gift of the unknown. When […]

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If you believe it will work out, you’ll see opportunities. If you believe it won’t, you will see obstacles.

When we don’t trust ourselves and the melodies we have playing aren’t yet attuned to our own unique songs; it is as if we are wearing goggles. The goggles occlude our vision of world around, and we see enough to verify only what the lyrics of those songs sing, what they highlight for […]

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Self-trust is the first secret of success.

Many of us are seeking success in the ways we have been taught success is defined in the outer world: great jobs, beautiful homes, and successful relationships. Yet what if we put those lyrics down? What if success for you meant waking up in the morning with a bed? What if success meant […]

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Trust is letting go of needing to know all the details before you open your heart.

When we first start tuning back into our own songs, it may feel confusing and overwhelming. What is mine, and what came from elsewhere and from whom? How can I remove old pieces when they have shaped everything that I am now? We feel like we “should” know how to manage this, know […]

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The best way to find out if you can trust somebody is to trust them

Trust is something that we all seek. Trust with family, friends, neighbors, strangers. Often we think of trust in the external fashion–that is, how to trust others. Yet the real lesson, the real underlying beat to our soul songs, is do you trust yourself? Do you trust that your song, unique and imperfect, […]

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