Once upon a time, there was a young boy named Inse who loved to sing and dance. He dreamed of performing on a big stage in front of lots of people. But every time he tried to perform in front of others, he would get nervous and scared. His older sister Curity always seemed so confident and he wished he could be like her.
One day, Inse was asked to perform at his school talent show. He was so excited, but as the day approached, he started to feel more and more nervous. He tried to ignore the voice of insecurity in his head, but it kept getting louder.
Curity noticed that her little brother was feeling scared and decided to help him. She reminded him of the five transformations and encouraged him to use them. They practiced together, imagining the stage and the audience and using their voices of insecurity as inspiration.
On the day of the talent show, Inse felt nervous but he remembered the transformations and felt a little more confident. When it was his turn to perform, he took a deep breath and went out on stage. He started to sing and dance, and soon he forgot all about his fear. He even started to enjoy himself!
Inse received a big round of applause and felt so proud of himself. He realized that with the help of his sister and the five transformations, he could overcome his stage fright.
From that day on, Inse continued to perform and grow as a little performer, always remembering to use the five transformations to overcome his fears and insecurities.
In this bedtime story, children can learn about the importance of facing their fears and the power of using the five transformations to overcome them. The story also emphasizes the support and encouragement that can come from siblings or friends.