Coming Out Of The Spiritual Closet & Frequency Jumping
We're all afraid of being judged. Especially by the people we love the most. And I've been ridiculed, laughed at, and have had people's eyes rolled back for many of my beliefs and ideas since I was a teenager. I learned early on that if you didn't think or believe the way most people did then you were at risk of being labeled as crazy.
I understand now that many who don't understand ideas that are outside the box of social acceptance, use the word crazy to justify their own lack of understanding.
After 20 years of keeping my biggest passion of spirituality private and close to my heart, I made a big decision last year to step out of the spiritual closet and own the very part of me I'm actually most proud of. It's the one area of my life that brings me the most joy, and a deeper understanding of myself, my relationships, and my purpose here in this life.
I know that many people who've been on this path a while or are just starting out, struggle with being accepted for this part of their life. In the video below I share with you why I finally made the decision to make this part of my life public and what happened to me when I did.
I've never felt more supported and surrounded by like minded people than this current time in my life. I thank each and every one of you who can love and support one another despite differing beliefs. Celebrating our individuality and honoring our connection to one another is one of the fundamentals of humanity.