Being me is being so cool. Just being open and expressing what I think and feel when I do... not leaving things behind... not worrying so much about what other people will think... and it turns out that people are more accepting than I would've thought. It's so weird! But if they're not, so what? Life goes on!
I once read somewhere that so much of our energy goes into upholding our importance... and that if we could just give up some of that importance, we would be able to appreciate the grandeur of life. (Don't be surprised if it was in a Deepak Chopra book, hehe.) But it's true.
I am now openly admitting my mistakes, not creating these protective massive barriers that only served to isolate and repress. Now I flow and build more bridges as I speak more of my truth.
They say those who lie a lot lose strength in their voice, power to be heard and believed- even if the other people don't know they're lying. Their vibrations get weaker. Those who speak the truth... are more likely to be heard when they speak, and believed. Their voices acquire more strength and will have a more powerful effect.
I still don't know how people don't accept the fact that we can sense things that are unspoken. Everyone knows this... yet very few people really openly accept that kind of idea. Of course people can sense when you're lying. Of course people can sense when you're telling the truth. And what do you think is more loving? Crap feeding or honoring reality? The truth shows respect.