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2 awesome TED Talk videos. Enjoy!


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What's possible when you switch your perspective? That's where the power comes back. That's where your beauty is able to be seen. You're here for a reason. For many reasons. Let those reasons be seen in all their beauty. Stop covering them up. The world deserves you.

 

How do these videos parallel your experience with herpes?

 

 

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Wowsers..thanks for sharing! Shane was chilling...he so eloquently detailed how destructive childhood can be on our self esteem. And it's pretty insidious isn't it....year after year of little things, or maybe big things, chipping away at our connection to our true worth. Have you ever watched a baby? They are such powerful teachers. They live in the moment, in joy and awe of their world....they haven't yet been taught to question their worth....our world teaches us that. And then for many of us herpes comes along later in life and wham - it's like a one-two punch and we're down for the count - because our defenses were already down. And it can take some time to get back up. But when we do, and when we start to flex that muscle of resiliency, we start to glimpse our true selves again...our true power. And then things can really start....because we've remembered who we really are...

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Yes, it's so true. When we can sidestep those learned behaviors and beliefs that have us convincing ourselves that we're less than, then we can return to being ourselves. It is like we come into this world perfectly whole and beautiful, we learn all these beliefs that have us believing we aren't, then we spend the rest of our lives breaking down those beliefs to return to that pure place of knowing we're whole. Wow, what a ride. ;)

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