There is something I hear a lot from women and I want to share it with you today.

It's often the thing that stops us cold from really going for our desires.

I was speaking to a beautiful woman recently about her desire to come to the Paris Experience.

She so desired to travel to Paris, to walk the streets, see the sights, and hear the sounds. She also desired to participate in the beauty of Paris on a deeper level. To experience a brand new piece of who she is as a woman.

I could feel her come alive as we spoke. I could feel the activation of the desire. When I asked her why she wouldn't do this, she told me something I hear a lot. (This is something that I think you'll be able to relate to.)

It's something that paralyzes us. It stops us from experiencing our truest desires.

It's the fear of what other people are going to think of us.

I can't even begin to explain to you how much this stops women cold from living their truth and their dreams.

"What am I going to tell my family? How am I going to explain it to my husband? What will people say when I tell them this is really calling me?"canstockphoto14788691

We allow the idea of what people are going to think of us from really going for it! I know, I've had those fears as I've been on my path.

So what do we do about it?

Instead of saying, "What are they going to think of me?" I want you to say to yourself, "What will I think of myself if I don't let myself do this?"

Then, ask yourself, "What will I think of myself if I DO?"

By asking yourself this question, you'll gain more clarity and receive permission to really move into the next level of your truth.

Leave a comment below. What would you think of yourself if you allowed yourself to step into your desire?

I look forward to assisting you in moving into the next level of your desire.

Love,

Tara

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