This came as a vision I had once I'd already woken up. It was just my imagination but it was like I was operating from a higher state than usual. It was all intentional but opened me up to a new awareness. Basically I saw a man in a field who had all the same "flaws" that I have but more exaggerated. And yet I imagined him being very present and perhaps even making vlogs for the public. To keep it simple I realized that the most important thing in life is to just show up, flaws and all. Because we are all flawed if it is to be seen that way. The key then is to be unapologetic for who you are, or shameless.
Because what is Shame anyway? Is it necessary or is it chosen? Isn't shame putting ourselves down, isn't it removing love from the equation? And when we remove love aren't we hurting ourselves? So if this is all true, isn't Shame equivalent to Self Mutilation? And would it be fair to suggest that any where in our life we hold shame we will eventually begin to see signs of decay? This applies to relationships, creations and even our body, which may be the last straw. For instance, could balding have something to do with shaming our hair? A headache could be about shaming our intelligence? Could bad eye sight have something to do with shaming our ability to see clearly? I really feel there is a link here. The theory is that the body will always express the effect of chronic self shaming in direct proportion to the heaviness of the shame, the duration of shaming, and will show up in the area that relates to what's being shamed.
Shame is stubborn and if we want change we must cease to shame! What we shame we CANNOT change. Because it is suppressing and resisting and healing happens through allowance. Once we see we are doing it to ourselves and just HOW we are doing it to ourselves, through shame or self hate, we can simply choose to stop shaming and then love is automatic, which mean healing will occur naturally.
All things creative.