I have been writing a lot about magic and happiness and joy this month partly because it is my birthday month!
And I have said all along that these things are part of life and meant to be fully experienced and yet...sometimes we cannot feel the emotions of joy. Or wonder. And that is because often there is personal work to be done.
I recently had a client who was very skilled at the 'what if's...' or 'but...'she almost could not get past all the excuses. She did not, of course, think of them like that. To her they were real and insurmountable.
But as we began to talk about her life, her childhood, what did her parents model for her around magic, wonder, joy...she realized that this was NOT the language or intention of her childhood. As a female child it was all about giving to others, denying your own needs, playing small and quiet...NOT standing out. NOT shining. NOT creating confidence to go do, go be...just GO!
This is very sad and yet this story in some iteration is repeated again and again. And even today, with how much we know about the prenatal soul, the baby and small child - how impressionable they are. How they make everything about them because that is the only way to survive. And how often the concepts, conclusions and decisions are wrong.
As this client has begun to realize how her early years imprinted on her, she has begun slowly to stop with the excuses. To sit with her feelings - yes, I know that is hard. To imagine something different.
And you...when did you last experience wonder?
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 and purpose.
Adventurer, lover of beauty, seeking clarity, harmony & balance. Compassionate. Just. Fair. Grateful. Hugely grateful.
ONE more time: HUGELY GRATEFUL.