Where do you go to find your soul?
Do you sense or feel or believe in your soul? Often people get so caught up in the daily grind they forget to take time to really sense who they are. Or they put it off...put off quiet time, alone time...time just being quiet. Going into the forest.
And sometimes people are almost afraid to take that time. To go alone, to sit alone...to be quiet. Being quiet, for some people, is scary.
And yet as we move through life, time alone, time to be quiet, time to reflect on who we are...our life is important. Often people get to the end of their life without that reflection and wonder what became of them? Their dreams? Their love? And often people have regrets....regrets that can never get answered. Never get fulfilled.
So...again: where do you find your soul?
You may have heard of the 'Love Languages' book and you might have used it in your partnership/relationship.
This one is 'The 5 Love Languages of Children' which I had not heard of. Here is the link to one source:
Many people grow up without knowing how to have fun. They may live in circumstances that do not promote fun, promote being a child, even. Many people don't see their parents or caretakers having fun...good, healthy, childlike fun.
For me, growing up, my Mom had 'fun' only when she was drinking. I cannot remember my Mom ever being very playful or carefree. She did have hardship, that is true. And yet she left behind any remnants of her 'child' and refused to 'look silly', in her opinion.
So learning how to be childlike, having wonder and mystery, silliness and play is important to each of us as we grow and mature.
What do you call fun? What do you look like, or feel like, when you are being 'childlike'?
I am a catalyst for others, helping people continue, over their entire life span - preconception,
conception, in the womb and after - to grow, learn, heal so that each person can live their deepest longings.
This is my passion.
Adventurer, lover of beauty, seeking clarity, harmony & balance. Compassionate. Just. Fair. Grateful. Hugely grateful.
ONE more time: HUGELY GRATEFUL.