Do you allow yourself to be yourself?

Do you do that often? Or do you live your authentic self, always?

The choice of living your true self is going to be hard, it’s like betting everything on one card. But it’s also an incredible freedom of knowing that, whether that card wins or loses, you will be ok with that.


‘Once your relationship with yourself is clear, then a lot of things will start clearing out.’

Kristina Mand-Lakhiani


Authenticity is standing up for yourself even if you know it might be difficult for someone you love.

It’s about knowing that besides a parent, child, friend, employee or business owner, you are something else.

What? That depends on you.

Maybe you are outspoken and you already know how to make your voice heard and count, maybe you are someone who likes to observe from afar. Maybe you don’t know what your authentic self is yet, and accepting that is authentic in its own way.

To Kristina Mand-Lakhiani, our greatest potential comes from self-acceptance and authenticity. 

So, do you have the courage to rise to your strengths and your flaws in exchange for true freedom, success, and authentic life?

Here is a 3 min extract from her talk at LifePlugin Summit in Goa 2019 named “Lifelong Romance with The Self”.

 

Please give this a watch and share it with your close friends, family and anyone out there who may need a little reminder to trust themselves more, and to operate from their best, authentic self every day.

 

Come see us at the upcoming LifePlugin Summit, we can’t wait to meet your true self ❤️

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Kristina Mand Lakhiani is a serial entrepreneur, speaker, mother, philanthropist, everyday-life philosopher, and a woman on her own journey of spiritual growth. She is also the co-founder of Mindvalley, a global school that delivers transformational education for all ages. Her mission is to help you create an extraordinary life by making authenticity the heart of your being.

And with her, it’s not all work — accepting yourself is also about pleasure and play.

Find our more about her at kristinamand.com