The simple, yet powerful capability of having the courage of your convictions is vital for all leaders today, and yet (in my experience) it’s something that is rarely discussed. You can’t draw courage from your convictions unless you are clear on what they are.Keep reading
One of the core elements of the practice of self-fidelity is Lettering Go of the things that weigh us down. We can all put down the burden of a big secret and transform it into a big struggle by sharing it with just one trusted person – with one kind soul.Keep reading
Self-fidelity empowers us to rise above the restrictions of narrow roles and assumptions about how we ‘should be’ to explore the broad spectrum of possibilities that emerge from an awareness of our immense power, our essential nature and the highest aspirations we hold for our one short, precious life.Keep reading
Burning questions have the power to ignite new ways of being, burn what no longer serves us, Illuminate new thinking and generate energy to rise. By finding the courage to uncover the most truthful answer to a burning question, we illuminate our next best action to move towards greater presence, acceptance, belonging and freedom.Keep reading
We live in a world that is constantly trying to convince us that who we really are is somehow inconvenient or inadequate. In order to protect ourselves we assemble masks and armour. Over time, these layers of external ‘husk’ thicken and harden. The threshold to a self-fidelity practice is remembering that you are the seed and not the husk.Keep reading
Remembering our worthiness is an ongoing practice. Learning to accept all of ourselves supports us to think we are worthy, and to feel worthy. We feel worthy when we remember our enough-ness.
As we de-couple our sense self-worth from false external measures such as our status, achievements, credentials and material possessions – we begin to appreciate and amplify our uniqueness essence.Keep reading
Only through the exploration of our inner space can we begin to grow into the fullness of our individual and collective potential. Only through the exploration of our inner space can we restore our faith in our own capacity to be a force for good.
Only through the exploration of inner space can we access our inner wisdom.
Every moment of every day, our thoughts (our beliefs, assumptions, judgements, biases and prejudices) shape the way we experience life. Our thinking acts like a kind of lens that colors the way we perceive the world around us, shaping the way we show up in the world.Keep reading
When I manage to turn down the volume on those pesky voices in my head, and tune into sensing that deeper, wiser part of myself – I am far more likely to show up in ways that are aligned with my values and my deepest desire to be caring and kind – towards myself and others.Keep reading
he most common regret of the dying is not having lived a life that was true to themselves. Our aspirations guide us towards the creation of a life that is aligned with our highest values and deepest longings. In times of struggle and disorientation, our aspirations serve as our north star.Keep reading
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Hi, I’m Cassandra Goodman, Founder of The Centre for Self Fidelity. I created the practice of self-fidelity after struggling for decades to figure out how to be true to myself. I believe that restoring faith in ourselves, and each other has the potential to uplift life. I started the Hello Monday Morning blog to give generously and give often to a growing global community of self-fidelity pioneers. My short weekly posts share small yet mighty self-fidelity practices to make your working week feel lighter and brighter.
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