Articulating feelings and/or emotions is not always easy. How does one articulate that which we cannot make sense of? It’s hard enough with “external other” – but communicating with “inner other” takes time and patience. We have no frame of reference. Discernment reveals Truth. When faced with confusion the question is – “who are you and what do you want?” While you wait for the answer – it’s good to remember that laughter is the good medicine. Ask “meaningful” questions. All is well! ❤
The picture above is a testament to Human cooperation – a picture of the 1st Black Hole. Read about it here!
“What you get by achieving your goals is not as important as who you become by achieving your goals.” Thoreau
Where do you feel “pressured” to fit in? Expansion – Contraction – Transformation. Point of Balance. Spirit experiences life in the Sacred Temple called “my body.” When emotions gain momentum – managing impulsive/compulsive actions becomes difficult – especially when it’s emotions that have been suppressed. Emotions are usually attached to another human being. For today – take a good long hard look at relationship attachments. Be totally honest with Self. Life is lived one day at a time. Be your own Witness. Forgive Self when forgiving others. For those trying to “let go” or “cut the cord” – try the following. Sit still – get quiet inside.
Repeat several times each day for the next 28 days:
“I release (first and last name) unto God. He/She is in his/her true place at all times. I am free, and he/she is free. I now decree that my words go forth into Infinite Mind and it brings it to pass. It is so.”
“The great loneliness — like the loneliness a caterpillar endures when she wraps herself in a silky shroud and begins the long transformation from chrysalis to butterfly… It seems we too must go through such a time, when life as we have known it is over, when being a caterpillar feels somehow false and yet we don’t know who we are supposed to become. All we know is that something bigger is calling us to change. And though we must make the journey alone… soon enough we will taste the rapture of being alive.” ~Elizabeth Lesser