Hello, I’m Nessa and I want to introduce you to my … Transparency
It’s a very scary and delightful thing, transparency.
Let me share my own experience of transparency with you…..
[excerpted from my personal journal, dated 2.17.07]
I know that the safety of being able to use self-judgment as a means of controlling, justifying and measuring shortcomings and failure is LOST when I trust another to see me completely and fully as I am.
If I choose even just one person in which to place my trust, and if that choice is to have any meaning, then transparency to that person must be complete. This means I am empowering another to assume a position to accept all that I am. I share my aspirations, my actions, my shame, my pride and my desires with faith that the information I give is critical. I assume my offering of transparency will strengthen rather than detract from my relationships.
I must continually work to trust that the absolute knowledge I grant to another will be used in my best interests. This is difficult, as sometimes transparency means admitting that I may be less than perfect.
I can easily be left with disappointment, anger, or withdrawal. When this happens to me, I have to believe that these negative reactions will be short-lived and inconsequential, especially when compared with the deep bond my revelations have helped to create. I know that I am not the only one with shortcomings.
To each of you, I invite you to taste test transparency with me and experience Limitless Love in the safe and sacred space of the Wummin House here at Your Sacred Self. This is a wonderful opportunity for you to learn how to practice vulnerability and transparency without shame or the fear of being judged.