Nanaimo Chiropractors

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Thursday, May 20, 2010

Ian's Coming Out Party

This week The Lifehouse is hosting a very special celebration. One of our clients has asked us to open the doors to his closest friends and family members to host an evening to celebrate him coming out. No, Ian is not homosexual, he is coming out in other ways. Like many of you here, in the past couple of years Ian has done his own personal work and inner healing which now allows him to, in his own words, “Become more of who I am meant to be, to live life much larger and more fully and to live with passion.” He goes on to say, “After all, why wait until someone dies before celebrating their milestones? Why not celebrate while we are still alive?”

Do we really need birthday, anniversaries, religious holidays or deaths to come together and celebrate? And what do we celebrate in those times, yippee I am another year older? For some this is meaningful for many it is irrelevant. So why not hand pick the milestones which we are proud of, the ones which we want to shine a light on, and then use this as an opportunity to inspire others. I am inspired by Ian’s courage to put together such a great night and celebrate who he is, with many wonderful people. I would like to encourage others, including myself, to do the same. When was the last time that you celebrated yourself? When was the last time that you looked back at all of your milestones and then spoke about them with your inner circles? When was the last time you took time to pat yourself on the back and say, “You’re doing really well!” Perhaps the time is now. You never know the ripple effect your celebrating may have on the lives of people around you.

**P.S. If you are inspired by this story and would like to host a similar event for yourself let us know we would love to host you and your inner circle, it would be our honour!

Celebrating all of us coming out… being who we are meant to be.

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