Dawn’s CreativeMornings activity
Mysteries can be really powerful. They can be absolutely thrilling. They can be terrifying. The unknown has a lot of power.
I invite you to become curious about yourself and explore the mysteries that you find.
At the end of the day, you're the only person that you're guaranteed to spend the rest of your life with. The only one.
Studies have shown that curiosity helps strengthen relationships.
Exploring the mystery of me through wonder and curiosity, let me laugh at myself, to be playful and to discover myself.
Exploring the mystery of me allowed me to push boundaries, even the boundaries of my own limitations.
As I continued on my journey, I started to explore myself, instead of judging myself. I saw some of the ways I had failed had actually been the catalyst for future success.
What's the biggest mystery to me? Well, the biggest mystery to me, is me.
When we are faced with something that is difficult or impossible to understand or explain, dive into it. Put on your inner child lens and allow yourself to become curious. It can be a really beautiful thing.
When we allow fear to be next in line after being faced with something mysterious, we really do a big disservice to ourselves. We deny ourselves to look into something that holds so much more than we may ever have imagined. When we are more curious, we in turn, develop more compassion, and it all comes back to the fact that we are a lot less differeint than we think we are.
This is one of the beauties that mystery provides. It's an opportunity and desire to be curious.