There's been more stripping away to look at what's underneath holding ourselves in patterns even when we become fully conscious that they aren't serving us. In recent weeks, we've talked about expectations, feeling crushed from them and shifting to a place of self-observance and self-responsibility, and how to commit to our authenticity and shift it.
This week, we're looking at why we STILL hold ourselves in patterns that we judge and that infuriate us? Why do we still limit ourselves in inauthenticity, even when we're fully aware we're doing so?
Let's look at a new term: conscious vulnerability. What is that, and how can that help with the above?