Happy Monday! Recently I have been watching movies based on real people and real events. Each movie is about the main character’s personal journeys to recalibrate their lives, heal themselves or search for something deeper then the world they are socialized into. My recalibration was finding my voice, Elizabeth Gilbert’s traveled to three countries, Cheryl Strayed hiked the Pacific Crest Trail, Brene Brown found her vulnerability and there are two others that I can think of that have set out on a quest not because they wanted to, but out of necessity. There are a lot of things that people need to do in life, but what makes someone act? I am trying to figure out what the tipping point is that pushes someone to pursue and live their best life versus someone else? What causes people to live in fear and limited happiness? I keep thinking of these two questions and it’s starting to bug me. Maybe you can help me uncover the answer?
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Stephanie Marie began practicing mindfulness, meditation, and yoga in 2013. Nine months into her practice, she found her voice and launch her Mindfulness blog, Illuminated Voice. She is a group facilitator, yoga teacher, empowerment coach, and founder of HeartSpace Circle. In her free time, she enjoys taking art classes, listening to music, exploring the city, and spending quality time with loved ones. Stephanie holds a B.A. in Human Communication from Arizona State University and studied improv, acting, filmmaking, and anything related to her passion, human connection. As a blogger Stephanie writes about the importance of vulnerability, listening to your inner voice, honoring yourself, and speaking your truth. View all posts by Stephanie Marie