“Confidence is remaining present with whatever life presents us, even if we fall”.
Confidence does not mean we dance like we would have wanted to dance. It doesn’t mean we dance like others want us to dance either. Life’s experiences are not always as we want them to be. However, you may trust that they are always what we need to uncover more of our potential.
“I adopted high standards to achieve in my upbringing & had linked them with confidence. I also linked external references to this virtue, the opinion of others being the most important one. On my journey, I discovered how my partners of co-creation had created these patterns. During the co-creation of confidence, I found a more honest & supporting meaning for confidence.
Confidence is trusting our ability to remain present with whatever life presents us, even if we fall.”
We know that when we fall, we will be able to stand up. When we feel sad or angry, we will be able to remain present with these emotions. Letting go of our expectations while keeping a clear intend is one of the keys in discovering a more truthful sense of confidence.
With each dance, our ability to remain present with life happenings expands and so does our confidence. Confidence is rooted in trust & translates into the same in several languages.
Letting go of control for a while invites us to connect with a different sense of confidence. Letting go of expectations & any form of judgments allows us to discover many hidden treasures. Too often, falling & failing are not valued for their richness and their opportunity to learn.