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The Power of Self-Compassion: Manifesting Pride and Possibility

Updated: May 16

By M - Energetic Vibrational Law of Attraction Coach and Founder of Iconic LGBTQ and Art By LGBTQ Artists with disabilities:

As LGBTQ humans, so much of our lived experience originally stemmed from simply heeding that revolutionary call - to show up fully as ourselves, despite which voices insisted we didn't belong.

From queer childhoods steeped in shame, to internalizing societal refrains that our dreams are unattainable "because of who we are"...our rights to pride, self-expression and abundance have been constantly threatened. I often find myself in awe of how many LGBTQ people I coach are also creatives.

Frequently creative people are also faced with the same societal denial and cries of ‘Your dreams are unrealistic and unattainable.’

Yet if there's one thing the LGBTQ and creative community knows deeply, it's that our courage to be seen creates the world we crave inhabiting. As Janet Mock shared: "Telling our stories, first to ourselves and then to one another and the world, is a revolutionary act."

So what if we took this ethos of supreme visibility even further? What if we fully owned our power to create the realities that honor our humanity, talents, and prosperity through the very stories we tell ourselves?

You can read how you can change your life and those around you by connecting with the full article on my substack here.

You can also change the lives of Lgbtq artists living in oppressive regions. Please consider supporting them by purchasing their work. You can find out more here:

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