I get exactly what you mean. When I first started, I would think to myself "Wow, do I think I'm really doing any of that?" But it's exacting in a way, because there's an opportunity for us to grow and develop.
There is a lot of opportunity, yes. And this is why having a relationship with myself first taught me how I could have successful relationships outside. And I had this problem with absolutism. I was always ... Either people are always bad or really good. They're either evil or saints. There's no in between. The reality of everyone has a little bit of good and bad in them.
So what's the contrast now? So what's the relationship you've got with yourself now?
I'm not very harsh on myself as I used to be. I think that I am making the right choices. There's no right or wrong, but I'm making choices that serve me, that make me better, that make me a better person from inside, and then a better person for everyone else around me.
That's wonderful. And it's very important that when we do make this decisions and see that come from that space, seeing ourselves the best us, is a wonderful place.
And you're lighting up. It's just you can just see it. It's coming out of you.
Yeah, thank you. It does affect me a lot. And it makes me feel really good. I'm very comfortable being me now.