So you want to know how to be fabulous? Well so did I. What I discovered was that to be fabulous, just be born. That’s it. It’s that simple. The fact that you exist at all is a miracle. There was a time when you didn’t exist, when the ingredients of you didn’t exist, when you parents didn’t exist. There was a time when nothing existed. At the moment of the big bang, time and space began and evolved into galaxies, and nebulas and stars and planets and mountains and oceans and eventually evolved into you. Isn’t that fabulous in an of itself?
There are more connections in your brain than there are stars in our galaxy. You have trillions of electrons within you that orbit like celestial bodies. You are a part of a spectacular universe. When you look at it like that, you will realise your wondrousness.
In terms of eroticism and sensuality, having a deep sense of physical and emotional connection with someone can be transcendental, when time and space disappear and all that is left is a feeling of paradise within. I think that can make you feel fabulous. Rather than experience your sensuality as an itch that needs to be scratched, explore it as a means of experiencing heaven on earth, as a portal to another dimension.
There are many ways to experience fabulousness. Explore yourself, explore the world. Realise that you are what your deepest desire is. Be great at what you love, whether it be writing, music, accounts, dancing, daydreaming or enterprise. Find what gives you pleasure.
Finally, as Louise Hay said ‘instead of being critical of yourself, love yourself the way you were loved the day you were born’.
Written by Chanje Kunda.
Chanje will premiere Superposition at The Lowry Thu 26 & Fri 27 October.
Superposition combines erotic dance and science to better understand the laws of attraction from a feminist perspective. Chanje Kunda uses spoken word, live art and dance fusion to present her findings in a paradoxical but hugely entertaining one woman show.
For more information and tickets to Superposition visit the website or call box office on 0843 208 6000.