You do not need to be fixed.

You are not broken.

You do not need to be fixed.

You are, and always have been, whole.

It’s mostly fair to assume that when you were in your mother’s womb, there were no ideas of what was right with you or wrong with you. You weren’t thinking “oh, I’m such a fat fetus” or “all the other fetuses are so much better looking than me.” You just…were.

In the absence of judgment, you are not broken; you do not need to be fixed; you are whole.

It’s only when you’re born into the world that this embodied understanding gets clouded by society telling you to look a certain way, act a certain way, and be a certain way.

Some of this is important, of course, specifically as it relates to the law and how to behave in harmony with each other. But much of the time these prescriptions for “who to be” become part of our identity blueprint, and we lose sight of our fundamental wholeness that was there all along.

You may wish to change things about yourself, but you don’t need to be fixed. Who you are is much deeper than other people’s thoughts about you are.

Don’t mistake the clouds for the sky.