Why I Started Carrying a Talisman
I never understood why I people used talismans. They didn’t make sense to me. They seemed out there, too woo-woo—and to be honest— a bit strange.
But recently, I began to see their value. Talismans are reminders.
A talisman can be anything: a smooth stone, a trinket, a charm—anything that you can carry in your pocket that reminds you of your strength.
My talisman reminds me of the big, bright, shiny human I am on the inside.
Do you still believe you don’t need to be reminded of your own inner power and brilliance? Think again.
How do you prepare for an interview?
How do you arm yourself when you are about to walk into a difficult discussion with a friend?
How do you lift yourself up when everything around you is bringing you down?
These are all perfect times to use a talisman.
A talisman supports your well being. And we’re all responsible for our own well being. Because if you don’t take the time and put effort into your taking care of yourself, no one will.
Once you get a taste of expressing who you really are—how real and open expansiveness feels—you won’t ever want to turn your back on it.
This, I promise.
There is no such thing as instant healing or well being. It takes many little steps. A talisman can support your on your journey.
Why not give it a try? Carry a reminder in your pocket every day and see if it makes a difference in how you feel. If it doesn’t, work, try something else.
Ideally you’ll have more than one talisman, but start with one and see if it makes a difference.