In today’s discussion with Kelli Moore, we deep dive into the process of letting go of your old identity and becoming your authentic self.
A lot of us face identity struggles where we don’t want to be given one label because we have many layers of us that want to be expressed. Kelli shares how she has shown up in navigating that duality while remaining genuine and vulnerable. We also touch on how our bodies are an indicator of what we need more or less of in our lives, maintaining our sovereignty, and stepping out of your comfort zone to discover the highest version of yourself.
As women, we are all multi-dimensional beings who want to have an epic life and are committed to making that happen, but it can be challenging to make that a reality without sacrificing parts of ourselves. In order to be our fullest selves, Kelli believes in radical honesty. She lives by asking what she’s missing in order to bring herself back to alignment with her choices.
In our conversation, we discuss why we need to be willing to look at our shadows, patterns, and behaviors, which can be uncomfortable, but are required in order to continue to grow. Kelli guides us to understand more about our relationship with the discomfort that arises when courageously doing introspective work.
We both shared how there is no better feeling than living in your truth, following your intuition, and realizing that you can create a life even better than what your mind could have imagined.
Listen to this episode if you are ready to take ownership but have been neglecting to call yourself forward, if you’re feeling out of alignment, or if your ego is stopping you from surrendering.
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- How to set yourself free from the stories that hold you back
- Maintaining your masculine energy without letting that be your driving force
- The root of why it is that we as humans try to avoid being honest with ourselves
- Mindset tools for when you’re not the version of yourself that you want to be
- Redefining and creating your own version of success vs chasing your ego’s desire