“I had no idea who I was.”
“Why do I feel like my enough-ness are solely dependent on my accolades and achievements?”
“I’ve never had a voice; now I have a voice.”
“I never had a voice and I never spoke my truth.”
Key Takeaway: This week, we welcome guest Lo Bondi, who shares an authentic conversation about us regarding what it means to truly find yourself. Hear about the importance of awareness and learn how Lo was able to finally find her voice.
-“What I believe in wasn’t aligning with what I was practicing my competing.”
-She was tearing herself apart and contorting her body for a group of strangers, and she knew that wasn’t in line with what she believed and what she stood for. The overarching idea of self-love is what brought her away from the competing world.
-She knew in the midst of competing that it was a toxic environment, but she didn’t realize just how toxic it was until she finally stepped away
–[6:37 ]With awareness, you can make informed decisions and self-led decisions.
-Her tattoo: “And within her the chaos found balance.” – find out what this means to Lauren and how she was able to step away from disordered patterns
-You have to start by asking yourself the big questions.
-If you’re walking around and feel like even one thing if off or missing, it comes back to needing to create personal awareness to understand those feelings
-Look at yourself in the mirror, hold that gaze, and see yourself loving yourself
-People go through their lives without every listening to themselves, seeing themselves, knowing themselves
-Most people think you are defined by your relationships, your titles, etc. That’s not who you are.
-Lo gives humble insight to a previous relationship and how the unhealthy nature of the relationship was actually manifested in her physical body
-“Your body is profoundly wise and it’s always talking to us.”
-Find out why Lauren moved to Colorado and what she is doing now!
-I try to heal to the point of losing myself and losing my voice
-Hear about the philosophy of counseling according to Lauren and how her strongest talents and gifts are aligned with coaching and counseling
-If you can’t walk up to the mirror and look yourself in the eye, you can’t see yourself (truly SEE yourself)
-If you aren’t fully ready to show up for the work, nothing you try to do will stick.
CONNTECT WITH LO: