the evolution of self

Follow your bliss and the universe will open doors where there were only walls.”
– Joseph Campbell

Just as the universe is constantly changing, so is life.
It is curious how the universe seems to be in sync with our internal flow and opens possibilities of living life to its fullest potential. It took me a while to start believing that there is a life beyond what society tells us.

For the longest time I thought of life as a set of milestones: live up to them and you would define your success, worth, and acceptance in society. Growing up with this conditioning I went through all the expected steps and did quite well, but there was always a sense of being stuck.

Fast forward ten years into my career, I was growing more and more resentful. As a creative person I knew this was not my space. My inner voice kept telling me you are not growing. It took a lot of courage and support to break away from my conditioning and this system.

I realised it was so simple: working with my hands is my calling. This truly helps me connect with myself and my surroundings. My journey has included growing, learning, reflecting, pausing,unlearning, acceptance, and finding purpose. The urge to grow and evolve is innately human. Starting this new chapter of my life was scary and filled with struggle, but being open to reinvent and evolve, it has all felt worth it.

Change is the only constant.

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