Do you do a lot of self-work in private? Are you upset if you backslide when exposed to the rest of the world?
Through exploring a group travel experience, Chrystal shares her healing progress and the work she still needs to do. Although it’s normal to assume that the self-work you do in isolation will carry over with others, it’s often outside our comfort zone that we better understand ourselves. The main thing is not to be angry with yourself if you still have triggers because, after all, finding self-acceptance is a journey.
Although solo trips can be incredible for self-growth, group travel can really push you forward. Learn more about Chrystal’s recent travel adventures, dealing with triggers, and the benefits of being around others who are putting in the work.
- “Solo travel is amazing, and a lot of self-discovery can be done. But truly working on things, I believe, requires exposure.” (12:19-12:30 | Chrystal)
- “If we’re focused solely on an issue that requires an external thing, and then we take that external thing away, then we don’t know how to gauge our progress with it. Which is why group travel will show you what you still need to work on.” (13:06-13:29 | Chrystal)
- “Certain people can drag me into their negativity, and I need to look at that because that’s not who I want to be.” (18:27-18:34 | Chrystal)
- “It is so different when you’re in a room with people working on themselves who have dedicated their lives to working on themselves. It is different because everyone walks into that room owning their shit.” (20:10-20:24 | Chrystal)
- “If you haven’t gone on a group trip before, it might not be a bad idea. Because then you get to see those parts and pieces of yourself that are being poked and activated differently than what you’re probably used to.” (22:49-23:06 | Chrystal)
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