One day while sitting and thinking about my life, I realized it was just sensational. I asked myself what made me move from not loving my life so much to being in this new place. The answer came to me that I had connected with the senses in a very broad way. Yes, the traditional senses had been part of it, but subtle senses were also part. The sense of joy, a sense of gratitude, a sense of connection….when we tap into linking our conscious self with subtle parts of the self and the world around us, we can follow a path that leads us to a more SENSE-sational life. Sure…it is a play on words, but try it and you may see it is also a great tool for falling in love with life.
Sense of Self
Today I am delighted to share a story that is unfolding in front of our eyes of a woman opening up to her Sense of Self. Nicole Bray is a woman who was born in a man’s body. Her mother, Carol Bray, is a dear friend of mine and an artist I adore. Nicole has undergone surgeries to alter her body so that it matches the Sense of Self she finds peace with. But her transformation is not yet complete and being in-between is a rough place to for her to be.
I share her story because if is brave, gives us the opportunity to support her and her mission to help others and because it is ultimately about Creative Living. And Creative Living is what Creativity Tribe is all about.
This story is a bit edgy because it traces a theme in our culture that many people either are not comfortable with or stand in strong opposition to. Being a Creative can also be counter culture. But that is not the place I wish my visit with you to go for very long. I hope you will hold onto the human aspect of what I share. I am sharing a person who is discovering after a lifetime of deep unhappiness how to connect with who she is, and she is creating that self for the world to see.
That also is probably too simplified. So this is probably a good time to invite you to let Nicole share her story with you. And how she is moving towards her Sense of Self.
Nicole’s Story: A Transgender Woman’s Journey
You can find more information about Nicole’s campaign by visiting indiegogo.com using the following link:
You can also find Nicole on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NicolesStoryDoc
and on Twitter: https://twitter.com/IdRatherBeGirl