The greatest and most important adventure of our lives is discovering who we really are. Yet, so many of us walk through life, not knowing our true purpose.
Bronwyn Varty-Laburn from South Africa’s renowned Londolozi Game Reserve, hosted this session taking delegates through the process of discovering our wild selves. Bronwyn is a mother, master life coach, passionate traveller and philanthropist. She is one of the drivers of Londolozi’s move towards the Village Consciousness, Heartware, living in precultural thinking and a more mindful way of being in the world. Her insights were inspiring, yet practical.
If you have a desire to live a more authentic, connected and ‘in-touch’ life – watch this session. It might just inspire your wild self to be a little bolder.
Author and life coach Martha Beck, refers to this concept often in her work. In her book, Finding Your Way in a Wild New World, she talks about two kinds of self – the wild self and the social self. Our social self is our conditioned self, the person we think we ought to be – the conformed self, if you will.
Our wild self is our real being – who we are, regardless of social consequences. It takes great confidence and courage to show up and embrace our wild self. It’s risky business and requires great vulnerability.
What should you do now? Find a new way. A better way. Your way. The unknown, uncharted path through this wild new world that allows you – yourself, in your uniqueness, – to reclaim the full measure of your true nature. – Martha Beck