If you’re a fellow South-Asian womxn and you’re ready to leave expectations behind and start living life on your own terms – Not Your Beti is for you.
I turned to my good friend Inés @_ineskelly_ to break down the basics of the lunar cycle and what it means for us on a spiritual and physical level.
If you enjoyed my podcast on tarot with Samara last week, you’re going to love my Instagram Live with them. They interviewed me about my self-worth journey and how I became a self-worth coach, how internalizing racism can deeply affect our sense of self-worth as BIPOC, and how to navigate systematic oppression as a spiritualContinue reading “A Life Coach & A Tarot Reader Discuss Self-Worth, Structural Oppression, & Spiritual Bypassing”
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I was talking to my cousin about relationships and she brought up such an interesting point – that relationships often expose our biggest insecurities. It takes vulnerability to be in a healthy relationship. We have to admit when we’re wrong, put our needs aside from time to time, and worst of all – share theContinue reading “Desperate to Confident: Self-Worth in Relationships”
It’s been a rough month for everyone. There’s no rulebook on how to handle a global pandemic. However, my recent experience losing my sweet Corgi, Daisy, offered an insight into how resilient and beautiful the human spirit can be. In a time of loss, we realize how to celebrate not only the departed, but thoseContinue reading “Farewell, Daisy.”
Happy #selfcaresunday, loves! This week I was inspired to share the lessons that I’ve learned during the month of October. I share four major lessons: Your Identity Must be Flexible – when it comes to your personal growth journey, you won’t get anywhere until you become okay with changing who you are. This will includeContinue reading “October 2018 Lessons | On Identity, Your Dream Life, & Reconnecting with Mindfulness”
Being able to trust yourself is a struggle for all of us. Most of the time, we are taught to do the opposite of our first reaction – waiting three extra days to text that person you actually kind of like, or second-guessing your career choice, or putting your passions away for something more practical.
Is it possible for Communities of Color to balance their cultural history without normalizing suffering?
Imagine that everyone in our community took a little time for themselves, to nurture their needs, and to become a little more self-aware. Consider a world in which our parents, cousins, and all the Auntys we knew took a little time for self-love and personal growth, and a little less time for judgement.