How do we learn to love the traffic? A metaphor for, how do we accept everything as it is?
Living in the moment and owning the authenticity of who we really are means the contractions that prevent us energetically, mentally or emotionally from growing, can keep us stuck in the past.
The challenge is to live from where we are right now; Acceptance of the day. This is relevant always, and especially now in 2021, where the uncertain keeps us trapped in fear because of 2020 and the world that changed with so much global and personal loss.
What happens in crisis when trauma is implanted into consciousness?
For the best part, we switch ‘off’. We become numb to the experience. We bury our pain. Fragmented parts of our Soul that are lost can affect us in many ways…
…becoming defensive, angry at everything, fear of losing relationships, fear of not being in control, feelings of helplessness and powerlessness are all examples of possible ‘Soul loss’. Can we heal from this?
Most certainly. If we are courageous enough to step onto the path of self-healing.
This episode explores a Book written by Mateo Sol who states, at some point that most of us go through a phenomenon known as the ‘Dark Night of the Soul’. After falling victim to the Corona Virus in March 2020, I had one night where I believed that this was it! I pulled through; it was not my time.
But I will never forget the surrendering I experienced in the midst of a personal awakening to the question we all ask at junctions of a transition while examining spiritual philosophy; what is my purpose?
Since then, life has changed, and I recognise change had been happening in the run up to the pandemic.
My spiritual connection means so much more to me as I seek to understand, what that ‘Dark Night of the Soul’ has shown me.
Detachment simply from everything I perceived as important. Including the Egocentric mindset.
The journey to self-love can be a challenge for many.
How do we start?
Reviewing something from the past that opens the heart in love can lead us to reflection on a happier time, when possibilities were endless.
Reflecting on the joy of life no matter how short or long it was, a moment even, can help us readjust and choose another way that can lead us to where we are now, in any situation, that has blocked our joy.
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