Trust has always been defined through my relationships with others – trusting friends, trusting someone with a secret, or even trusting someone with love. As I grew older, the word “trust” became a central theme in business partnerships. In each case, the underlying notion of the concept of trust always involved another person or thing, and centered around whether or not I could implicitly trust them.

Thinking back, however, the concept of trust has always conjured about nervous feelings of fear and doubt. For, I was never fully taught the concept of trusting myself. Therefor trusting others, or the universe for that matter, was extremely challenging for me. In truth, how could I trust someone or something, if I didn’t myself? Continue reading