“In this space, I have healed, loved, and accepted myself. His love has shown me how to accept the messy, clumsy, and awkward parts of me.”
“Some of the greatest challenges I have experienced in love have been my greatest learnings.”
“The not knowing is such a potent teacher of trust”- Martina Hughes
“One day Rod was sharing with me about how vulnerable, uncertain and even scared he felt about moving”- Martina Hughes
“Initially, I felt myself wanting to fight and struggle against the imposed restrictions”- Martina Hughes
“A woman who gives herself permission for her feelings, and knows how to express and embody those feelings is truly powerful!”- Martina Hughes
“Experiencing deep and embodied love is a direct result of my daily practice” – Martina Hughes.
…this dream spoke so deeply to my vulnerable heart. I was being brainwashed, programmed to doubt myself, manipulated into discarding my own thoughts and feelings and to hold only his word as important and valid.
The underlying energy of shame is one of feeling “not good enough” or “there’s something wrong with me.” The impact of this is diminished confidence and esteem – not just in relationships…
As a young girl and younger woman, I felt a quiet unease inside of me… this underlying discomfort of something missing. A nagging, gnawing feeling for something more… but what?
We live in a time where many of us are drawn to grow and evolve and yet, at the same time, we carry a lot of fear and contraction… this fear gets in the way of having real, clear and vulnerable conversations with our loved ones…