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Over the river and through the woods to what's under all the masks we go...

A coach once told me he wanted my business to fit me like the perfect tailored outfit. All that I could think was “Um not at all what I want. I just want to be naked.” (And not with him, so I definitely did not share that out loud.)

During a meeting this week, I was reminded of why it’s so freeing to be open while receiving feedback on a design. One comment was that she liked how the statue was naked because it felt more connected to Source that way.

In my personal life, I was also reminded how vulnerable it is to speak a naked truth. Meaning allowing my truth to flow through without filter or worry how others might respond. And then the “fun” of watching the parts of me activate that wanted to hide from reactions and control what people think of me.

It was a wonderful reminder of how powerful actions such as creating, speaking truth, walking away, and pausing are when they flow from an aligned and centered place… a place of naked vulnerability with no attachment to outcome and full willingness to take off all the unconscious masks and reveal all the self love underneath.

Wild blessings,

Jennah Synnestvedt

Author Jennah Synnestvedt

As a writer, I divinely channel an alchemy of light frequencies and share heart wisdom woven from experiences growing up in the rocky mountains of Colorado, freelancing as a graphic artist in NYC, being an online entrepreneur, training at multiple psychic institutes, diving deep in my inner work with mentors, traveling to sacred sites around the world, as well as living lifetimes on Earth and beyond. Ways to work with me where I hold space for you to freely create your own adventure exist. 1:1 Soul Sessions, Groups, Soulful Brand Design, and more ... I have a completely open crown so it's natural for me to tune into the inspiration of others and amplify it. My deep sensitivity combined with my open expression, heart, and root centers provides a playground of wise guidance.

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