What's your BS story?
We are reading On Being Human by Jennifer Pastiloff.
I wanted to share some main take aways so far even if you haven't read the book (you can join virtually if you'd like!) these are some interesting points to ponder:
“when you show up, like really show up, there is beauty everywhere. and when you start noticing it, you can’t unsee it.”
“I’ve had (and I have) so many bullshit stories. It’s all part of this being human thing. The way out? Recognizing them and eradicating them so they don’t rearrange your DNA and live in your body as truth.”
What's your BS story? Share below in the comments :)
“How is it that we often forget that just because we think something or someone told us something, that it is true?”
“I would be an adult before I realized that you don’t have to kill your self to change. The will to grow must out weigh the need to feel safe.”
Your heart is your gift. Offer it.
Jennifer says in her workshop she has people look into each other eyes without looking away for three minutes. Without speaking.
Could you do this? Have you done this?
my favorite so far:
“What is our deepest truth? That we are love. We are not our bullshit stories, we are not the size of our thighs, we are not things we spoke as a child, we are not our depression, we are not our disabilities, we are not the lies other people have told us about ourselves. We are love.”
We are MORE THAN. 💙
Eileen McNally BS, CPT, RYT
AGENT OF CHANGE
Applied Fitness Solutions Rochester Hills