My Greatest Lesson of 2020
That sometimes letting go is the hardest but most healing thing that you can do for yourself and others.
That holding on isn’t always the right thing to do.
Staying together isn’t always the right thing to do.
Keeping a stiff upper lip , gritting your teeth ( and loosing your teeth) isn’t always the right thing to do.
Life changes all the time. This year I think we have all experienced the brunt of that. How things can just happen out of our control!
As we celebrated NYE 2020 with fresh hopes of a new decade nobody could of predicted how this year played out.
My commitment to continually being in the flow of universal love and life was severely tested.
For that first lockdown my life certainly was not in flow and I knew that something had to change.
I have always been honest and loyal with matters of the heart. I could never be no other way.
My commitment to my continual spiritual growth and being of service to assist others in their growth has always been what lights me up.
But I have also learnt that I can’t save or heal anyone – we can only heal ourselves.
My mission is to prove that anything is possible if you are willing to do the work.
But you have to be willing to do the work !
That is a path I had to travel this year.
I had to dig deep inside and find the courage to let go of my longest ever relationship, my marriage , my family unit as I knew it , my life and dreams as I knew, my family home full of childhood memories and scars.
I had to let go of the person I had been for so long to become someone new. Or was I just finding the old me? Buried underneath those extra pounds, the layers of fat I had put on to prevent me from facing my truth.
So if you have faced adversity with courage this year.
I celebrate you!
If you have had the courage it takes to speak your truth in an honest and kind way.
I celebrate you!
Let’s celebrate couples that can be truly honest and kind and have the courage to communicate that to each other in a loving way without breaking each other down.
To me that is the real success of a relationship not the longevity.
Because the the only sure thing in life is change and we have to be strong enough to flow with that!
This doesn’t mean you have to break up with someone it could be about letting go of the old you!
Being the very best YOU! My four week healing hearts course can help!