Letting Go of Your Armor

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I’ve used my own strategy for escape lately. For me it takes the form of over indulgence in home-decor podcasts and planning projects on pinterest. Innocent enough, I’ve used it to arm against feelings and problems I haven’t wanted to face. My previous post touched on the principle of being empty in order to receive. For me, I can use this ‘armor’ to the point that it fills up so much space inside my head and heart that there is no more room for anything else. Our armor can often take the form of good things, but when we begin to live exclusively there, we miss the flow of the other life experiences around us that give life it’s color and variety and richness. Do you have your own armor? What is it? What is your escape? Are you ready to redefine that relationship? #reallifebalance

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