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One of the most repeated pieces of advice I give to people is, “You’re not broken.” I say this so many times. And I believe that it’s true.

It’s sort of the opposite to therapy. In that case you look at the damage caused from your past and relive it or express it to relieve the pressure of suppression of emotions.

I believe we all come into this world perfectly formed in our own way. We don’t need to add anything or change anything. All we have to do is allow ourselves to grow and develop and realise our potential.

To become your possibility. To find yourself.

This is a great relief and comfort to people. You are not broken. I’m not even giving you the burden of “you are a genius”. It’s light and no pressure.

Think about it. You are not broken. No need for therapy, you are not broken. No need for guilt, you are not broken. No need for shame, you are not broken.

Well today I caught myself lost in my self-improvement drive – again. And I wondered why I don’t take this advice.

Seriously!

How many affirmations and clearing techniques do I need?

Why do I get stuck in the working on myself loop?

If I’m not broken, then why do I need to constantly fix things?

Do you find the same thing? Must become more productive, more effective, more loving.

It’s part of our self-actualisation you might say, but are we jamming our bandwidth with too many improve yourself to-dos?

Perhaps we need to create more space to just be. When you create space you get to experience your own insight and intuition. What Philip McKernan calls “your Soulset.”

When you create space you can find your inner voice that guides.

So today I started not working on myself.

I started not affirming that I was earning six figures. I stopped affirming that I had perfect health. I stopped trying to clear blockages and shift energy.

Today I started being who I am. Not broken. And no need to work on myself.

I took a day off from self-help.

Today I started to feel comfortable with my work. Not needing to push on and change things. I found myself being okay with my kids behaviour because they’re not broken either. We just need to be with each other.

Today I was being me.

Today I was unbroken.

Today, try being you. Find yourself. Perfect.

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