Welcome to Reel Talk Tuesdays in collaboration with Jennifer Aks-Neuman from herStories.
We bring you women, or womxn as Jen likes to use, from all walks of life, with all different “walks of life” perspectives. Tune in every Tuesday if you’re feeling the need to be inspired, to be brave, to know you are not alone, to know there is a place to be HEARD.
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Excited to share this week’s Reel Talk Tuesdays: Beth.
From Self Loathing To Self Love – Beth:
“What broke me through to more self-love was finding my physical power through yoga, triathlons, running, cycling and snowboarding.”
“I often felt like I didn’t fit in, like something was missing and that I would only be loved when I could figure out how to fix myself. My story is about my journey through self-disdain. And, the sadness and anger that came from not liking myself.
For years, I motivated myself to change through mental berating and became more disillusioned when changes didn’t stick. I lost the connection to my essence and to my body. It was just too painful for me to be there. I was overwhelmed by my emotions and lived in my head more than my heart.
What broke me through to more self-love was finding my physical power through yoga, triathlons, running, cycling and snowboarding. The deeper embodiment ignited my wisdom and ability to be transformed by the knowledge of nature and the magic around me. I could feel myself back in my body again. And, I used that power to uncover what had been there all along for me- a beautiful complete soul who wanted to experience the world with joy and ease.” – Beth
Music: “They Move on the Tracks of Never Ending Light”
Witness Beth’s Story:
About the Maker:
Jennifer Aks-Neuman is a Movement Coach & Story Producer. Jen is the founder of herStories which was born in response to the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic as a way to empower Womxn to share their story. She does that by creating short artistic video documentaries that are inspired by Womxns life stories. This collaborative platform is meant to inspire, empower, educate and deepen compassion around the world.