Frequently Asked Questions
The Dare to Be Love Journey
Your Personal Journey to a Life of Joy
An easy step-by-step process to help you (re) connect with your Whole Being: Body, Mind, Soul and Spirit.
|Your conscious outcomes||Your way of being to question & understand||Your Dare to Ask Topics|
|STEP 1: How to SEE Yourself||Your BELIEFS||Change|
|“Release from your Unhealthy Ego”||Suffering|
|STEP 2: How to ACCEPT Yourself||Your THOUGHTS||Pain|
|“Silencing your Inner Critic”||Acceptance|
|STEP 3: How to LOVE Yourself||Your BEHAVIORS||True Will|
|“Stepping out from the fear of your Shadow”||Intrinsic Value|
|STEP 4: How to CONNECT with ALL others||Your SPOKEN WORDS||Self Love|
|“Connecting with your Higher Power to live a life of joy in the present moment”||Life’s Purpose|
Note: For detailed understanding, click on the Topic of interest.
Daring to Ask simply means having the courage to question if you are living a life that is representative of your truth.
Ask yourself the following Dare to Ask questions:
- Are you completely honest with yourself about who you are?
- Are you completely honest about how you want to live?
- Are you completely honest with all others about who you are and how you want to live?
- Do you hide parts of your Self behind shame and guilt?
- Do you ever complain or blame, others or circumstances, for not doing the things you want to do with your life?
- Do you love your Self and others without judgment, in full acceptance of all your and their Perfect Imperfections?
If you still struggling to say yes to any of the above questions then join our community, as you Dare to Ask yourself how to deal with these questions, so you can live in full presence of all of your Self.
As human beings we make our decisions from different places.
When you make a decision from your head you will use logic and reasoning, which more often than not is supported by or justified from a foundation of historical thought patterns and behavior. This internal voice is the voice of your mind.
When you make a decision from your heart you’re accessing feeling and emotions. This internal voice is the voice of your soul.
When you make a decision from your gut you’re accessing pure instinct. This internal knowing if often inexplicable but certain enough to bring forward a decision. This internal voice is the voice of your body.
When you make decisions in an integrated way you will find that your head, heart and gut are all in agreement with a decision or change you need to make. Decision making from this grounded place brings forth an attitude of courage in your way of being in the world. This integrated voice is the voice of your Spirit, that is connected with all that is internal and is in harmony with all that is external.
A definition of Perfect is, “conforming absolutely to the description of an ideal type”. However, what does that definition mean for us and how does it impact us as human beings? In truth, what is an ideal type of human being and, what expert decides that absolute description?
At birth there is no other human being like us. Therefore we are all born to our own Perfect uniqueness. We are also born into a society that has cultural expectations of what Perfect should look like. This adds a new layer to our uniqueness, as we feel the need to conform to these ideals. It can be having a certain size house, getting married, obtaining a certain education, having children or embracing a certain religion.
Consciously and subconsciously we put ourselves under pressure to conform to these ideals of societal Perfection. As we compare ourselves to others and the perfect image that is often presented in mass media, we can experience self-doubt, which can cause us to feel that we are somehow Imperfect for being who we are. We even start to believe that we would be happier if we were born another way, or had lived with different life experiences.
As a way to be seen, loved and accepted we start to take on ways of being and behaving in the belief that we are satisfying others and ourselves. In this process of conforming, we can give up on parts of ourselves as we try to live up to a false ideal type. We create a mask that hides who we truly are, and without realizing it we divorce ourselves from parts of our individual gifts and unique magic.
Embracing our uniqueness for its Perfection, and embracing our beliefs for their Imperfections, is what makes us all Perfectly Imperfect.
Understanding this concept allows one to awaken to the fact that we don’t need to be like others to be Perfect. We are already Perfectly Imperfect in our individuality, as SELF.
There is no easy walk to freedom anywhere, and many of us will have to pass through the valley of the shadow of death again and again before we reach the mountaintop of our desires. – Nelson Mandela