I let go of control, expectations and outcomes.
I realised that no-one else in the world knew what is was like to live in my body, so how on earth could they know how to heal it?
I slowed things down, let go of absolutes like 'should', 'must' and 'will' and I embraced 'could', 'can' and 'try'.
I did smaller, simpler things with consistent practice and enough repetition until they became a habit that I no longer had to think about.
I focused on the journey and not the destination.
I began to understand that setbacks or ‘failures’ were opportunities for exploration and growth, not something to punish myself for or get depressed about.
I believe that slow and simple habits, practiced daily can bring long lasting change and big results.