In this short clip Amelia Catone shows great courage and vulnerability in sharing her alter ego.
Here’s an excerpt from what I’ve written in the past about Alter Egos & the Boxes We Put Them In
In my work with women the theme of alter-egos unfailingly comes up. Alter-egos are those parts of ourselves that we have some clue exist but we decide to put away in a box, up on a shelf or down in a basement somewhere. Hidden, denied, or rejected parts start to emerge as you begin to uncover more of who you really are. Because I am walking this path myself, I know both the pain and the joy of the process. When I get to meet other women’s alter-egos they are often bitchy, messy, not so nice and invariably more alive.
So, which of your alter egos will you claim? What is she dying to teach you? How can her presence be honored so you can be more wholly you?