Be who you truly are & he(art)

Stop wasting time, cause you have a limited amount of time. ST(ART) ! – sa

“Soyez-vous mêmes tous les autres sont déjà pris.” – Oscar Wilde

“When your personality comes to serve the energy of your soul, that is authentic empowerment” – Gary Zukav

” Le besoin de créer est dans l’âme comme le besoin de manger dans le corps.” – Christian Bobin

Find your lane & own it. If you can’t find it, create it. – sa

“Be full of yourself” – Oprah Winfrey

“If you have life, you have purpose.” – Caroline Myss

“Ignore conventional wisdom” – Tony Robbins

“There is no magic moment coming in the future it will be ok for you to start… START NOW!” – Mastin Kipp

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You’re in growth process – why it’s important you keep your sense of humour?

Hi my beautiful souls,

I’ve been thinking we all had a very intense year or work and inner work to improve ourselves and I thought that what I needed the most now is to laugh a lot. I think you might also need to laugh to relax a little bit in this storm of energies we’ve been through during almost 365 days. Whenever we think we have overcome a pattern, here is a new one to work on!  It’s a growth process and as Mastin Kipp says “Don’t panic!”. More than laughing I think that it is very loving to keep our sense of humour during this growth process that is our life. Life is about change and growth is sometimes very painful. We experience breakthroughs, breakups, failures, loss etc. and this requires a lot of endurance and internal shifts to get to the next level of our lives. I really think that we all should take our power seriously still I think we also need to take some distance to laugh at ourselves and how we are doing and evolving. Laughing at ourselves is a way to accept our imperfections and if you have read “The Most Precious Love”, you already know that I think self-acceptance is a prerequisite. If you don’t accept yourself as you are: a piece of art in progress, no one can do this powerful love action for you. When you accept the fact that all your mistakes or pain can now be turned in your source of wisdom and greater love, you start to create experiences from a positive perspective We are all doing our best from our knowledge, understanding and awareness, and it’s good to look at ourselves with some humour because it’s a powerful way to love yourself. Positivity is something we really need during our creative process. Nobody is perfect and no one has it all figured it out!
To have this ability to laugh at yourself sometimes is a real sign of maturity. When we laugh we can find compassion for ourselves and feel good vibes in your body and even share them to make them expand. We absofuckinglutely need those good vibes to feed our endurance and keep growing into grace. Laughing is a fulfilling therapy for your heart and it will liberate you from tensions & anxiety.

So please, please, take some time to laugh and shift your perception on yourself and life with a high sense of humour. It’s very important to enjoy your growth process and laughter is an excellent mindset to ease our evolution, shift in perception and enjoy your life with Joie de Vivre. Remember that happiness is not an uncatchable destination but something you can choose to craft at every moment with a smile and your power to be present over perfect!

See you here next Thursday for a new #ThursdayFoodForSoul & I promise it won’t be an article on the new year’s resolutions because I just simply believe that you can start to make a change happen now just by shifting your thoughts… If you want to me to write on a topic or if you have a question, send your email:

#LaughterMatters & I wish you to laugh a lot** sarah

Sarah Anouar
Journaliste & rédactrice indépendante, Writer & Author at He(art) |

Fondatrice de L'Eclectique, subjuguée par l'écriture & l'anglais.
Auteure du roman "Subjuguer me fascine"
Artist of the Soul dedicated to help people change their Soul Story - with "He(art) - shift & impact" - Empowerment coaching.
Author of the mini book for Soul "The Most Precious Love"
"Two roads diverged in a wood and I - I took the one less travelled by and, that has made all the difference" - Robert Frost

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