The bar has been raised. It sorta feels like the Universe set me a challenge, a challenge that I accepted. So, I have mentally and energetically made the conscious decision to “rise my vibration”, and it’s HARD!
I will not be going into 2019 with a “new year, new me” mantra. My mindset going forward in the new year is “I am me; I am who I am, and I am continuing to do me”.
….life is slowly returning to a more mellow, relaxed state. I’ve stopped heading to our old address whenever I leave the house, and my mind has recalibrated my internal compass to our new home….
We all have them. That moment where it feels like you’ve been forehead slapped. That moment where you actually say” a-ha” out loud….
Life is FANTASTIC; busy, but fantastic! At times, I even find myself pondering if this is even my life? How lucky and blessed am I? I am overflowing with gratitude; thank you God/Universe 🙏🏼
BAM, then it hits! A sudden wave that you didn’t see coming. And just like that, I am engulfed in an ocean of panic; panic and fear, with the not knowing of which way is up or out……
Regardless of my journey so far; the highs and the lows, the grief and the joy, the judgement and the ridicule, the heartache and the love; I can’t help but feel, that my whole life up to this point, has been moulding and shaping me for what is yet to come……
“When we allow ourselves to lovingly surrender and go with the flow, rather than resist and push against it, we are open to allow the universe to lead us toward that, which serves our highest good”
Be open to the possibility of love; not just romantically, but in every aspect of life. Be open to receiving love; you see, for when you look at things from a place of love, there is no room for fear……
………it is big, and very overwhelming when you open up, expose raw emotion, and talk about mental illness, but I, like others, have realised that it really does “take a village” when supporting each other, and overcoming obstacles that God/the Universe throws our way.
This past weekend, my husband and I celebrated our eighteenth year wedding anniversary. I know right, eighteen years!! It doesn’t feel that long, neither of us feels like eighteen years has gone by since that very wet, extremely cold and windy August day in country N.S.W, where we stood in the small town that we […]