Taye Bela Corby
AAMET Certified EFT Practitioner
Certified Art of Feminine Presence Teacher II
Gene Keys Ambassador, Guide & Host
What does that mean to represent yourself accurately?
Representing yourself accurately comes from knowing yourself well. You know what you are experiencing. What you are thinking. What you are feeling. What you need. What you’d like —in any given moment.
Based upon that awareness, you act in accordance with what you are needing and wanting,
In other words, you take care of yourself.
When you look towards “other” to determine what to do based upon the ‘others’” needs, you move further away from yourself.
If you see your focus is more on “other” than your self, ask yourself some questions. “What am I thinking right now? What am I feeling right now? Given what I’m thinking about and how I’m feeling, what is it I would like?
As you explore your attitudes, judgements, awareness and circumstances in the context of your relationships, and align with your own authenticity, new possibilities and opportunities emerge.
Working with me is to stand for acting in accordance with what is true for you.
It took me decades to realize that many of the relationships I was in were not healthy for me. They did not provide the safe emotional environment I was needing and therefore I stagnated over time.
A shift occurred when I became conscious of what I wanted most - to feel deeply connected and that this was what I wanted above all else.
I eventually realized that before I can feel deeply connected and intimate, I have to have a relationship with myself. What that means is knowing what I need and that it is up to me to get what I need and say what I need. I am practicing bringing myself out more fully, proactively and authentically.
I've learned that when I am more aligned with my true desires, I tend to attract others who are more aligned within themselves and that the chances of creating dynamic nourishing relationships are much greater.
I am humbled by what it takes to create and sustain intimacy. It's a life-long mindful practice of being open, honest, conscious, connected within myself and present and grounded enough to share myself.