I always believe that everyone has their own journey in life, a story to write, a path to pave, and obstacles to conquer. And in order to find yourself, you have to lose yourself and challenge your emotional depth of consciousness. You can lose yourself in the art of dance, lose yourself listening to a song, but for me, it was when I worked abroad in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for a year. That experience in itself redefined what self-realization and self-appreciation meant to me, which are essential components to understanding where exactly you are in your life, and where you hope to be.
To fully immerse yourself in a whole new city, culture, language, group of friends takes a lot of willpower. It was a constant test of my inner strength and really pushed me to dig deep within to discover what I was truly capable of accomplishing being completely alone, without my support system of friends and family back home. I was meeting people from all over the world, learning a new language, and exploring a different kind of independence. I don’t think I’ve ever attained that level of bravery and fearlessness within me, and for the first time in my life, I felt truly liberated. If I could live in a different country and experience pure bliss and self-fulfillment, I can conquer whatever I set my mind to in life.
That is what making moves is all about. Finding yourself and connecting with your true inner core to figure out where true happiness lies within you. Happiness and passion will always be present in your life, and it is up to you to grasp it and let it flow through you. Create an environment and atmosphere you can be yourself in. There’s magic behind positive thinking and making moves for yourself. It can heal your body and mind in so many different ways, and I want to help shed more light on this MMU phenomenon to help people the way it’s helped me.