Feeling overwhelmed by the negativity in the world?

We’re all regularly bombarded with noise – arguments, judgement, negativity, so it’s easy to get caught up in the chaos and lose sight of ourselves. But what if there was a way to find inner peace, regardless of the external storm?

In the video below, I share a powerful poem by Donna Ashworth that perfectly captures the current climate and offers a beautiful solution: self-trust and acceptance.

(If you would prefer to read about it, scroll further down for the video transcript).

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How To Practice Unconditionally Accepting Yourself – Video Transcript

Today is about how to practice unconditionally accepting yourself.

There is so much going on in the world today that is divisive, and we get on our high horse about who is right and who is wrong, and in all of this we forget who we really are, and how much we crave a peaceful world.

These words called LET THEM by Donna Ashworth paint such a good picture of how the world seems to me, and what a possible answer is.

Let them argue
let them fight
let them think
they are right

let them gossip
let them rage
let them build
themselves a cage

let them judge
let them talk
let them walk
the way they walk

let them laugh
behind your back
they cannot push you
from your track

let them steal
each other’s joy
let them silence
virtue’s voice

let them wrestle
for the throne

let them pick flesh
from their bones

but of all..

you let them do..
do not let them
alter you

keep your focus
on the sky
and all the beauty
you pass by

stay within
your well-built walls
and answer only
worthy calls

let them lie
if they must
it’s yourself
you need to trust

Gosh what a gift to able to describe the chaos the world is in so succinctly.

I need to print this out to read every day to make my focus the beauty that still exists no matter what, and to trust in just that, trust in the me that has that focus.

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