Into me you see—into me I see—until I accept and embrace my wholeness there will be a missing piece in my connection with another. To be radical in our world is often perceived as out of sync—as pushing against the status quo.
What if radical meant “no holds barred, nothing in the way—completely honest and as revealed as we can be in this moment.” Radical—willing to be seen for who we are, not prettied up or polished but rather unkempt, loud, messy and uncomfortable with others and maybe most importantly, with ourselves.
Are you willing to be truly intimate? What do you hold back? What do you not allow others to see? And how do we create another, deeper, more radical layer of intimacy?
True intimacy allows another to see inside. To do this, you must start with being radically intimate with your Self. What do you know about you, and what remains a mystery about you, even to yourself?
Let’s take intimacy far beyond where we have been before. What are the places that have been hiding within me, perhaps below the surface? What have I been unwilling to see, or to share?
- Practice fearless transparency
- Heal your deepest shame
- Reveal your innermost, truest self
- Rediscover your beauty
- Celebrate sexual intimacy
When we step fully into self revelation and a willingness to be seen—we are intimate. We are real. We are ready to take on and transform anything unlike love. We are intimate with ourselves and the world. We are radical.