• Maria Giselle

Even Superheroes



GO THROUGH TRAUMATIC EXPERIENCES BEFORE THEY STEP INTO THEIR POWER


During a hero's journey, as the individual discovers and explores their new powers and abilities; they often time question and doubt their abilities.. Why did this happen to me? what am I suppose to use to for? What can I just be "normal"? While going through this shift and questioning period, the future hero's life goes through a drastic change. The lose a loved one in a traumatic way, they are humiliated or outcast by their loved one and friends, or they go through and have to overcome their "dark side".


All of these traumatic experiences empowers the hero in becoming and owning their abilities. The gifts given to them by the universe in order for them to create and inspire change in their communities and in the world.


In our lives all of us are called to be a Superhero. To overcome past trauma/situations that have in ways caused us to second guess and questions our skills, abilities, worth, and power. Situations that, if surpassed, have transformed us and helped us OWN who we truly are, and have helped us OWN our power, our life, our present and future. Situations that were stepping stones in our SUPERHERO transformation.


Question is.... ARE YOU A SUPERHERO? Have you surpassed, experienced, and let go of these past traumatic situations? Or are you still focusing on them and using them as crutches holding you back from your transformation? ARE YOU OWNING YOUR SUPERPOWERS? or are you hiding behind these experiences with fear of the unknown? with fear of the what if it happens again? are these skeletons and shadows still lurking in your thoughts and impairing your ability to move on and hold the reigns of your life?


IT IS TIME TO TRANSFORM.... IT IS TIME TO STEP INTO YOUR POWER.... IT IS TIME TO BECOME THE HERO YOU ARE SUPPOSED TO BE.....


Allow yourself to feel and go through the emotions of these past situations so that you can let go of the control they have in your life. And allow yourself to BECOME A SUPERHERO.


Picture from Marvel A-Force

© 2019 by Maria Giselle