I’ve been doing a lot of inner work recently, and in that inner work, I’m finding different parts of myself, and my childhood that I’ve been suppressing for years because I’ve been afraid people will think the creativity I express is “stupid”.
Enter Tommy. Tommy is an inner version of me that just sees things for what they are and points them out without making anyone wrong in doing so.
He’s a mix of characters from my childhood that looks at the narrative and calls out the ridiculousness in what the narrative asks of human beings.
He’s a character that will evolve over time just like any of the personalities we portray in real life.
If you watch this, and don’t like Tommy, or think he’s dumb, or weird, over the top, or whatever, that’s all okay because not everyone is supposed to like our creativity or the way we express it.
This can be however, a type of permission for you, if you’ll receive it, and the creativity you may have buried inside a long time ago, to express itself in a healthy way, so you too can release the notion that what other people think is important.
I encourage you to share your creativity without expectation or judgement of what other people think of it.
Let people hate your stuff, so they have a chance to love your stuff.
You have infinite stuff to create with, so create with it, and allow people to not like it, so you can remove yourself from the handcuffs of their approval!
It’s “Love Yourself 101”
In this episode, Tommy helps a lady keep her face free from sanitizer burn by telling her not to sanitize her face after a mask gave her coodies.
He also points out how the police are also helping people wear masks and sanitize.
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