“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”
We have all experienced hurt, pain and sorrow. Some worse than others, but pain just the same. It’s how we honour ourselves, react to those feelings, and move forward, is how we forgive. Forgive, not only those we believe have wronged us, but also ourselves.
“It’s through forgiveness, that we have the freedom, to let go of others perceptions of us”.~Trene
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.
Yoga and meditation have been apart of my life for over the past ten years. The breathing techniques for both practices have helped me immensely with various life changing events that have, and are still, occurring within my life, as well as my anxiety and panic attacks………….
I’m going to be honest, I have been struggling. Every single decision I have made, I have not only second guessed it, I have third, fourth, fifth guessed it, to the point of throwing my arms up with a big old F@$K IT!! It has been hard work emotionally, and physically draining being in constant war with myself in my head, whilst putting on my “mask” of positivity to the outside world.
By now, most people close to me know my “everything happens for a reason” motto. So in reflecting on everything, I decided that there is clearly a lesson for me to learn, and then share. I believe my lesson is LETTING GO.
I believe we all “know”our path for this lifetime, we just forget over time and through society conditioning us, what our path, or life purpose is. How many times a month, a week, a day, do you catch yourself either doing something, or saying something that you actually don’t want to say or do? You do it anyway, even if it doesn’t “feel” right. I know I’m guilty of it!
Why does it take for a sporting star, or any celebrity for that matter, to publicly state what I know is true, for people to sit up and take notice?