Daring Greatly- Book Review
This book explores the liberation being vulnerable brings. She explores topics like cultivating “shame resilience”, living wholeheartedly and learning it takes vulnerability to feel Joy.
The author Brene Brown explains, “by foreboding Joy we’re trying to beat vulnerability to the punch.” We don’t want to be blindsided by hurt so we choose to live disappointment rather than feel it. If you wonder why it can be difficult to celebrate life without waiting for “the other shoe to drop” check out her research.
Here is a link to a TED talk Brene gave.
Personal Note: This book gifted me with the awareness that experiencing my vulnerability brings vivid, powerful “color” to my life. I am engaged in a whole new way and it is amazing to “dare this greatly”.
About Katie Briggs
I hold onto my intent, not the facts.
Enjoy giving expression to your creative potential.
Allow infinate supply, well being and joy.
You are a catalyst for light and love.
Forgiveness frees one to live in the Eternal Now.
Dare to be conscious in all you do.
Only light can dispel the darkness.
Compassion makes life meaningful, and is the source of all lasting happiness and joy.
Your consciousness creates your universe.
May your joys be as deep as the ocean, your sorrows as light as it’s foam.
Time, breath and thought stop and start together.
I am dying at every moment so that I can keep creating myself.
As above, so below. As within, so without.
Fear (False Evidence Appearing Real)
My intent is to bless and be blessed.
Align with grace and ease.
Welcome an attitude of gratitude.
It is not your job to control which thoughts you have in the moment, only to wisely direct them as they appear.
Attention is fuel to the fires of the mind.
Enjoy expectancy beyond expectations.
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