Sometimes in life, we are forced to change. Something happens that makes us peel back the layers we have built around ourselves. We are forced to confront our true essence. During this time, we are given the opportunity to feel deeply, the good and the bad; to examine who we really are, and what want to achieve with the remainder of our life.
With this profound and honest awareness, we will start clearing, releasing, and letting go of things that blocking us from finding and fully feeling our truth. We have no avenues left to avoid this. It has to come out and be dealt with.
This compulsion requires us to surrender and accept. We feel it in our lower chakras, and it hurts. Yet, it is only through surrendering and accepting this honest discomfort, that we can accept and move on. In order to let go, we have to fully accept all the shameful faults and the ego tricks. When we have learned to sit with the parts of ourselves that are really uncomfortable, we are not only brave, but we are survivors of major scary events from childhood.
This black emotional goo, bubbles up, to be exposed and to breathe. Ninety percent of consciousness is beneath our awareness, and as we sit in this discomfort and accept it in all it’s horror, it suddenly has no power. Yes, you are healed.
Additionally, this work allows you to be ready for deeper stuff. The beauty of life, is that it never throws anything at you that you can’t handle. Yes, you might think it is too much at the time, but then there are counsellors and psychologists to help you through it. No one said you have to do it all alone. The maze has a light if you reach for it.
The beauty of this transformation, is that as you release the old hurts, residual guilt and old shame. It simply releases from the physical body, and mind, and so that you look healthier, calmer, more centred and relaxed. Not only will you accept yourself more, but you will be more empathetic of others going through something similar. By accepting that within you, that you never wanted to face, you will lead the way for others to be brave, making the world a kinder, more humanistic place.