Voice

It matters to tell your story

 

MORE THAN ANYTHING ELSE TODAY, I WANT TO REMIND YOU THAT IT MATTERS TO SPEAK YOUR TRUTH.


Today, as Duke and I spend our last official day in LA and I’m loading up the car and reflecting on the past 13+ months of not only fun and travel (which is most of what I’ve posted), but also the heartache, the mis-aligned relationships, the battles with my inner demons — there are a lot of emotions coming to the surface, so that they can be released and healed once and for all.
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More than anything else today, I want to remind you that it matters to speak your truth. It matters to tell your story. It matters to speak for justice. It matters to speak up for those who have no voice. This is the only way for humanity to find our way back.
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But it isn’t enough just to speak. We must also do the inner emotional work of releasing our bondage to the past. Because there is a world of difference between speaking from a place of love, versus speaking from a place of fear.
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And Love is the only path through which we will return to our natural state of joy and well-being. By vibrating so high that everything which is not love simply falls out of our field. This is how we will create heaven on Earth.
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To our collective growth,
Tara x

 
 

“Be careful what you ask for,” they say ...

 

WHO’S REALLY ASKING FOR THE LIFE YOU SAY YOU WANT


“Be careful what you ask for,” they say.

I never did understand that.

Be careful WHY?
Because you just might get it?
Isn’t that the whole point?
To get the things we ask for?

It may be subtle, but the fear-based message is still there. The msg that you can’t really trust yourself to even ask for the right things in life.

Maybe the updated wisdom parents can teach their kids is to question WHO is doing the asking.
Like seriously, the words might be coming out of YOUR mouth, but who’s really asking for that job?

That house?

That relationship with that ONE specific person?

Who’s really asking for the life you say you want (or are actually living)? Is it your parents?
Is it society?
Your husband?
Your wife?
Your ego?

Because if it isn’t truly you, if it’s not coming from the depths of your Soul, then even if you do achieve the so-called dream, it will be someone’s else’s life . . .

Someone else’s dream.
To our collective growth,
Tara x