3 Reasons Why I Choose to Be Vulnerable

By Gia George
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Gia George is a yoga & meditation teacher, singer-songwriter, sound healer, and spiritual creator. She loves teaching about the chakras and energy healing while empowering others to find their own soul power and inner magic. She creates inspirational videos on her Youtube channel, teaches live workshops, writes and records guided meditations, and creates healing music to compliment her creations. Her highest honor would be to empower others to follow the divine light of their own wise souls.
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Trinaballerina21
Trinaballerina21

At 54 I’m still not comfortable in my own skin Growing up I always felt like that square peg trying to fit into a round hole.. I’m not where I need to be but I’ve come a long ways I’m learning to embrace my individuality and celebrate my “Craziness” I still have a lot of vulnerability issues but most of those lie within the people I care about most I’m always looking for that approval .
I AM ENOUGH… working on connecting those words between my heart and my head.. really believing them

Mary
Mary

Thankyou for this. I’ve been living in my own personal prison in my mind. After experiencing such heartache and learning to communicate effectively.. it’s difficult when my heart still aches.. trying to be real and remain present while being vulnerable is hard….but choosing to remain and not shut down, is crucial in healing..still have a long way to go. Still hide my feelings a lot but I’m changing that a little at a time.

candy p
candy p

I remember as a little girl (preteenish) those were my exact beliefs. I preached that same message to all my friends and anyone who would listen. But then I had children and kept myself in a relationship that was very toxic to say the least and that changed. I’m grateful for you Gia and the rest of the team here for reminding me that at one point in time I instinctually knew the art of living. Everytime I read something here I have to remind myself ‘Candy life doesn’t happen TO you it happens FOR you’. Thank you!

Kalyna
Kalyna

This article was brilliant! Exactly what I’m realizing about myself and said as if my own thoughts. Thank you! Excellent, Excellent, Excellent!

Nadia Engelbrecht
Nadia Engelbrecht

So so true 🙂

Erica Castilleja
Erica Castilleja

Thank you a single mother of 4 girls. Vulnerable is verb I don’t really practice myself but I do expect it from my girls. Now my oldest being 19 in the Marines. I’m very vulnerable I wish I would of started earlier but I still have 3 more. Thank Gia for the reafirmation words.

Susan Adeyemi
Susan Adeyemi

Love it. How true.

carmen daly
carmen daly

This article just comes at the right time. I just finished writing a paper for school graduation and was finding difficult to let it go or sending to teacher for evaluating it. However as I read this article I see that I was afraid of what I wrote the paper about. I was afraid of what teacher will think of me and not the content of paper. Fear of being vulnerable. Thanks you for saying it here.

Karen
Karen

Great article, I really loved it! I am learning these things now, it`s not easy to change habits but I feel that it is the way to be finally real me

Barb
Barb

Gia this is so powerful. I am filled with such deep gratitude for the wisdom you embody and share with such credible honesty – role modeling being human, beautifully human; that to be vulnerable is not ugly, or represent weakness or lack of intelligence…but all of the opposite. Beautiful- just beautiful. Keep sharing this message. Your life clearly is in about as close of alignment as a human can get. This is inspirational and to where I am striving to get closer. Thank you. I am 55 and have seen a lot..your soft and open heartedness, your powerful message is from kindness and undeniable universal wisdom. Gives me such hope also for generations after mine- we need this message desperately more than ever. Thank you – from the bottom of my heart and my most vulnerable depths.

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