It’s liberating to be honest about who you really are. Trying to uphold a false identity just to look good drains your energy and disturbs your inner peace. The more you pretend, the more psychic bandwidth you use to keep the constructed story alive. Even if others don’t consciously know you’re fabricating a false image, they¬†subconsciously detect it. On the other hand, when you show up authentically in alignment with your own truth, you’re light, easy and comfortable to be around. Since you never really can fool anyone anyway, you might as well enjoy…

Being real.

Steve and Jarl