To the Self-Critic

My love,

Who told you to be your own worst critic? Whether or not you are aware, you have plenty of opposing forces outside! Why let a familiar face penetrate you…from within? 

Do you look at yourself in the mirror?

Who do you see? When you look deep into your soul’s windows, do you see yourself staring back at you? Do you see a stranger? Are there more?

Do you remember learning about the wars of man’s past, and the catastrophes created thereafter? Left in the dust and ash lay the injured, the dead, and lost.

How do we rebuild from nothing? Where do we start?

When you are at war with yourself, you become the aftermath. Torn down in despair, and discouraged, your mind feels the pain, your organs, bones, joints, even your aura. Lost in the sauce of dismissal, the field of your mind is dusty and dwindled. How long does recovery take? What will come of this change? 

A new definition to the self. 

To be a self critic is to lose a game before playing it. You barely gave yourself a chance! If it were in my power, I’d give you all you deserve and more. Would it mean anything to you once you receive them? Or would you turn away knowing those belong to one more deserving?

In order to oversee self-criticism, we turn to the hearty self discipline. Self criticism derives from the unused energy, wasted in the void of potential. Yet such energy can be transferred and transformed. Not by the critic; but instead by the disciplined. In this new world, layers of strength are constructed, each under a divine message of self-worth.

Where did the self critic come from?

One was created out of the overwhelming expectations of the identity of self. From human to man made, the critic rose to form a new order-the expected.

Where is it going now? 

Where the self can not predict.

Lose control! Deny permission! Let the critic inside know, you are onto them!

You are a being, not a spy to the self. You are unwrapped potential. You are uncovered desire. Every “no”, you hear is a challenge to do a “YES”.

There is no self-criticism. 

There is you, and no other you, living to be the memorable YOU. 

With admiration,


Published by Nonna

Inspired by the worlds around me, I created Nonna, an alternative healing spa and life coaching experience. Nonna heals the mind, body, and soul; for you are an interconnected metaphysical being capable of changing your life, understanding yourself and others around you, and manifesting what you need with the drop of a hat. The works of Nonna are as practical as they are eye opening! What if...we took the mystery out of life, and saw things for what they really are. What would you do, with what you know?

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