Guest Blogger: Asia Sharif-Clark
If I could compare us to part of a tree, it would be a solid trunk. We stand firm, strong, and tall securing the roots beneath and the leaves above.
There’s only one problem and it’s a big one, most trunks don’t lean. Leaning symbolizes receiving support from others, standing means giving support from oneself. We’ve got standing perfected.
Now we must allow ourselves to lean. That’s where the branches comes in. They move with the wind, sway in the rain; giving to leaves, yet receiving from the trunk. Giving and receiving. Standing and leaning.
I’ve learned to lean more and more over the years and am amazed at the immense joy others experience from giving to me. I am open and happy to receiving.
Self-Care Tip – Wishing you more moments to lean.
Question: Can you tell us about the leaning motion in your life?
I’m Asia Sharif-Clark, founder of Centered Self Worldwide, the Glow Weekend, and the Glow Circle. In 90 days, I take women from overworked and overwhelmed to empowered and energized. And, that’s just the beginning. I invite you to Raise Your Joy!