28 days of pain is behind me…emotional pain for which I am now grateful! These days have brought to me two different books which are changing my view of my life: WHEN THINGS FALL APART by Pema Chodron and WOMEN WHO RUN WITH THE WOLVES by Clarissa Oinkola Estes. The former is a Buddhist nun and the later is a Jungian analyst.
They are both major undertakings, and they were brought to me by good friends who felt they would be good for me at this time. They were good friends of mine and the Universe, and they were right. Pema Chodron has become a daily practice, and Clarissa has become a major challenge, once accepted, so very worthwhile.
Like any challenge and work with the soul, there are very deep moments that are best explored and then left behind. Those deep moments occurred last night, but, as always, sleep became the antidote for those of us who are steeped in spirituality and the Universe. Those moments had to be experienced before I could move on, and I have moved on.
The morning mirror talk was sound and positive. The calendar for my LIVE Facebook sessions for February is complete and focuses on the month of Valentines Day and the emotions that month brings. I am calm, I am stable, and I am resolute to be appreciative for what I have. More than that, I also am grateful for walking through these 28 days with Source to get through the initial days of 2019.
As I continue my work with Pema and Clarissa, I am now appreciative more than ever for who I am. I am a “wild” woman, and I now understand that in a beginning sense–I have another 200+ pages to go! It explains to me who I am as an independent woman who is tremendous boat rocker. Many would like me to just settle down. It ain’t gonna happen. I have the soul of a “wild” woman. I am who I am supposed to be. I may not be understood by many, but I understand myself so much better because of these last 28 days, and, you know what, I am smiling again. Smiling because I am once again reminded that the Universe, aka as SOURCE, is with me, and there was a reason for these days. Sometime, some how, I will realize what that reason was, but, until then, I am appreciative of the wonderfully soulful friends who walked with me through this valley of time, who understand my levity in the face of pain, and to whom I am forever grateful that SOURCE provided you in 2019!