There is a myth of inadequacy at play until we heal it.
Until we realize that we’ve given over a piece of our soul to it, or plenty more than one.
In fact, it’s the lesson we’ve been forever learning, right?
With mantras of “I am enough” even tattooed on some bodies I know.
My love, you, by your very nature, are divine.
There was never anything lacking in you, there was never such a thing as inadequacy.
When you believe this way, “I am never enough,” your life is robbed of any richness, because you’ll always be trying to prove, more and more, that you are enough.
You spend your life attempting to prove something that doesn’t need to be proven.
Because you already are.
You are more important than your accomplishments or your bank account or what approval someones gives.
When this whole game was set up, you were made, as we all were, to feel like you could never beat it.
The way to beat it is to beat the game at the game.
To blow up the myth.
To look it in the eyeballs with that look reserved for things you’ll no longer tolerate and tell it that it was never real, this thing you’ve been believing forever.
It robbed you. A belief.
Get it back.
Because, my love, how could you be lacking?
When you are everything?