I was listening to a podcast recently and they referenced a book called "The Top Five Regrets of the Dying." The author, Bronnie Ware, was a palliative care nurse. She asked her dying patients what their biggest regrets were. Do you know what they said?
"I wish I'd had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me."
Wow. That's so powerful.
How often do you:
And, when you do those things, how does it make you feel inside?
Lost, frustrated, taken advantage of?
I'm here to tell you that you don't have to live that way. Don't let this be your #1 regret too.
I'm not saying it's easy. In fact, it can be downright hard to go against the grain and march to the beat of your own drummer.
But, it's worth it.
When your heart, thoughts, words, and actions line up. When you feel proud of yourself for standing in your truth. Even when it feels like your world is tumbling down around you.
I always say your inner voice is Divinity speaking through you. It gets covered up though. By all the noise in the world. The news, social media, conditioned habits and thought patterns. They all cover up your inner voice and make it hard to hear.
That's where tools like meditation, yoga, and self-reflection come in. They help you cut through the noise and see things clearly.
But, sometimes that's not enough.
What I've found is, especially when you're going through tough times, is that you also need a person. Someone you trust. Who can validate your experience and help you believe in yourself again. Help you trust your intuition once more.
It's the combination of tools, a trusted guide, and your commitment to living a life true to yourself.
If you're tired of living for everyone else and you're ready to make a change, then check out the Restore Your Radiance program. It's a 1-1 weekly coaching program where you'll learn the tools trust yourself again.
Here's what Luiza said about the program:
"When I started, my goal was to learn about Ayurveda and nutrition. Sheetal quickly understood that I was actually searching for something deeper - a path for self-love and well-being. She combined ayurveda, coaching, and personal experiences to create a deep healing connection. She shared practical tools to help me deal with diverse situations that kept me away from my goals. Sheetal is generous and authentic. She listens with her heart. I'll always be grateful for her guidance on this beautiful inner journey I am on."
And, Tanya said this:
"I came to Sheetal when I was dealing with difficulties in my marriage, grieving the loss of my father, and navigating running my own business. Within minutes of meeting, she recognized what I was facing and empowered me with trusting my intuition. I felt comforted by her support as I navigated the uncertain waters of my future. I’ve learned mindset skills that I’ll use for the rest of my life. I love who I’m becoming since I started working with her. I feel happier and more peaceful. Working with Sheetal is perfect for anyone going through a rough period in their life and working on learning to trust themselves again. Sheetal will help you get back to your normal self."
The next session starts March 1st and I only have 2 spots available.