PIA LEOKADIA BUCINDIKA — ACTRESS
ABOUT VALUES, SELF-EFFICACY
AND HER LOVE FOR ARCHERY
Through an accident and the associated death of a very close person, I have realized what is important to me.
Life is precious, I am and consequently so is my time.
Why should I voluntarily wear a bra every day?
Why spend time with things or people that don't maximize my happiness or peace? I always knew what I liked and what suited me. I then just let go of the things that didn't fit. This creates a lot of space for what is really important.
For a long time, for example, I thought I wasn't feminine enough and that my athleticism would only make it worse. Some people liked to tell me that I had to be careful not to become stronger than them. Today I know it says more about those people than it does about me.
I love being strong, androgynous and creating my own type of femininity. Every day. I don't wait, I love to work with what is there.
I am completely happy with myself today because I know that my nature is on purpose. It is an invitation from evolution to these people to grow or better get out of the way.
I think everyone benefits from going fully into their power. Really everyone.
Archery makes me calmer and content. It strengthens my depth of focus.
If a shot misses, it is usually important information about my attitude or calmness.
It is feedback without a personal touch that I can use to get even closer to my goal.
It shows beautifully how every smallest movement draws an echo with it.
This insight is applicable to all of life.