Your dharma will never ask you to wear a mask or play a role (unless you’re an actress / actor 😉 …) On the contrary, the more you live your dharma the less masks you’re wearing. In order to return to the unique flavour that you are it is necessary to let go of all the copy-and-paste identities that you carry around. When you come back into your very own dharma flow, you will be truly yourself – every day a bit more your true self – showing yourself to the world just as you are. No need to pretend or build up facades. You stand self-confident in your very nature with all the experiences you’ve been gathering so far.
When you blossom into your dharma, you do this in your natural beauty. Just as flowers do. All the pictures here on this website are taken by myself – in my everyday life – they are not at all photoshopped. I want to show the blossoms in their natural beauty: They are role models for us in standing in their unique beauty, in their unique expression, in their unique qualities, in their unique being.
Do we dare to stand as raw, as naked, as vulnerable, as strong, as natural, as self-confident as they do?