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I don’t want to end up alone!

I don’t want to end up alone!

Do you ever feel that if you went all in on your dreams you’d end up all alone? Do you stop yourself from going big because you think others will judge you or stop loving you?

Do you shy away from expressing yourself freely because you are too worried you will become an outcast?

I’m still guilty of such thoughts...

You go past these fears when you realise that your true power is beneficial to the world and to others. If you think you will lose people while pursuing your dreams, think again! You will actually gain some valuable people who are even more aligned to you.

The only way you can overcome these negative expectations is by being in your power, going all out on your dreams, expressing yourself and seeing the results for yourself... When I say “be in your power” I mean, knowing your truth and following it, being true to yourself, following your true nature and purpose.

For example, I came out of a 2 years relationship, not because I didn’t love the person anymore, but because I could feel deep in my heart that I was longing for freedom and space. I wanted to explore my sexuality, explore myself, re-focus. So I broke up. I felt guilty, I was scared, I wondered many times if I had made a mistake. But the life I created for myself after that has been ever expanding and beautiful and I have grown even more. Because I was true to myself, I met a wonderful man, who saw me for who I really was. I never compromised on my truth in order to please him. That inspired him so much that last May he proposed to me. He knows that in our relationship, he could just be himself and follow his own truth. When you are true to yourself you give permission to others to be true to themselves.

I actually recorded a very interesting podcast with my fiancé about our engagement and the things you may want to consider when entering a long-term relationship.

Lots of wisdom in there. Have a listen!


Interview with Aeesha Malik, global eye doctor and mother of two

Interview with Aeesha Malik, global eye doctor and mother of two

What’s your problem?

What’s your problem?