#SelfLove Saturdaze

Updated: Jan 6, 2019

What a trip 2018 was, am I right?! Emotionally, I never thought I'd be tested like I was-- nor did I think I'd actually pass those tests. I want to share a year-end personal reflection and some intentions I have for 2019. Namely, I'm going to talk a lot more about self-love and personal healing as I have experienced it.


I'm just a 20 something living in Brooklyn, New York, but I know that if even one person resonates with anything I'm saying, I've made a beautiful mark on the world. So let's rewind to this time last year– WTF happened?!



Video by Max Halley via Vimeo.


I was in the ending stages of moving past a very toxic relationship. I felt guilty. Not just about him but also about moving and being so far away from my family. A lot of wild stuff happened in 2017 (that I'll share in an upcoming post) that I thought I could just brush off and put behind me. NOT HOW IT WORKS! It gets really ugly before it starts to seem like reality again. A lot of physical and mental work has to go into reprogramming yourself a lot of diet work in the realm of wholistic healing, healing– even holiness all have to do with returning to the 'whole.' But how do you find your way back when you can't fix all the pieces?


Deepak Chopra talked about the etymology of the word 'healing' in a lecture he gave at Cal discussing his book, "The Healing Self," and how the words 'holy,' 'wholistic,' and 'healing,' have the same root meaning in "the return /returning to the whole." In his lecture he reminds us of the journey we've already


My personal journey has included a lot of broken pieces, a lot of shattering and cracking and a whole lot of reflection on what to do with all those broken pieces. How do I become whole again?