Removing the Masks


WORDS OF WISDOM- LAUGH AND SIMPLY BE YOURSELF

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  1. “The most terrifying thing is to accept oneself completely.― C.G. Jung, Psychiatrist
  2. “I now see how owning our story and loving ourselves through that process is the bravest thing that we will ever do.”― Brene Brown
  3. I’ve finally stopped running away from myself. Who else is there better to be?”
- Goldie Hawn
  4. I celebrate myself, and sing myself.”– Walt Whitman
  5. “Love yourself unconditionally, just as you love those closest to you despite their faults.”-Les Brown
  6. “You get your confidence and intuition back by trusting yourself, by being militantly on your own side. … Don’t look at your feet to see if you are doing it right. Just dance.”— Anne Lamot 
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  8. THE WORST CASE SCENARIO FOR ME WOULD BE TO DIE AND DISCOVER

    THAT I HAD MERELY WORN MASKS, PLAYED GAMES AND MISSED OUT ON LIVING IN REALITY.

     FOR ME REALITY IS TO LIVE PLUGGED INTO THE ETERNAL GOD, LOVING AND ACCEPTING LOVE WITH JOY AND A SENSE OF HUMOUR

    – MELANIE JEAN JUNEAU

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7 thoughts on “Removing the Masks

  1. I just finished refining my presentation for tomorrow and this popped up. My presentation is a Jungian analysis of a piece of British Literature. Funny!

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  2. Don’t look at your feet to see if you’re doing it right…just dance… is a classic! That’s part of our human problem — we are always trying to do it just right….if I just do this…or that….everything will be just right. When we do that — we will miss the whole point.

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