It is time to unlock whose within you.

I remember growing up hearing my stepfather tell me, “I would never amount to anything.” So I allowed fear to paralyze me and keep me hidden. It was when the failure part came to reality to me. I had learned to remain unseen and never discovering who I was within me for so many years bound by fear and unworthiness.

I recognize where I was failing at was not trying and not believing in myself. I had to unlock what was within me and be seen. I had to reevaluate the lies and replace them with the truth. I had to get out of my comfort zone and do it even if I was afraid of the outcome. So many lies kept me stuck and handicap. What a great feeling of accomplishment when I stepped out of the way of me! Where would I be today if I had decided to be locked away somewhere? Are you afraid of failing like I was?

Are you in the way of you? Are you stopping yourself from grabbing ahold of the things you have dreamt of and locked away not to be seen? As the world sits on the other side longing for someone to speak life and give them hope, yet you are the carrier, the one they have waited on.

Can you envision yourself making a difference, strutting in your accomplishments? Get out of your way, step aside, and let me introduce you to the “New You.” Please get to know that person, he/she is waiting for you to unlock those dreams and release the real you. You have something so different and unique about you. Now unlock you and take a look at all you have inside of you. The world awaits your talents and gifting and your presence.

Learn to evaluate the lies and replace them with the truth. The only thing stopping you from unlocking you is YOU!

The greatest mistake we make is living in constant fear that we will make one- John Maxwell.

Carrier’s of Hope,

Sandy Cortes

Breathing Hope One Life at a Time!

One thought on “It is time to unlock whose within you.

  1. Sandy, this is excellent. So true. I have spent a lifetime trying to do just that and I am currently writing about my process – particularly my process of recovery over the last few years, because I think it gives a strategy and a hope that it can be done and we should not give up on our recovery, no matter how bad the level of damage and trauma we experienced. There is hope. it can be done and worked through if we are willing to put the work in. We do need one another and nurturing friends and faith in something greater than ourself! But it is there to be discovered! I look forward to sharing some of my experiences when I put it together on paper. Why don’t you explain your processes too Sandy – how you recovered? It is useful for others to see new strategies that they may not have thought of.Thank you.xx

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