Removing the final pieces of the bars around my heart is scary as hell, but totally worth it

If you would have asked me a few years what I knew about consciousness and awakenings, I would tell you that I didn’t know much. I would say that I’m a little familiar with it because I read the Conscious Parent a few years back.

I might also say that I love to do yoga, and that it’s taught me a little bit about being centred, balance and presence.

But all in all I really didn’t know exactly what I was getting myself into. And if I did know, then I probably wouldn’t have wanted to learn more.

Because while consciousness is an amazing addition to your life, it means that you have to work through all of those unresolved emotions, chaos and conflicts of your life up to this point.

Some of these lessons are easy and you instantly feel lighter on the inside. It’s like there’s a space that opens up inside you and there’s more room for good feelings and thoughts.

But then if your anything like me, there are going to be some parts of your heart that are off limits. Parts that you’ve hidden from yourself and everyone you know.

Even though I’ve done all of this work and I feel like a totally different person, there’s still this part of me that I refused to investigate.

There’s a part of my story that I was still in denial about. I had pushed it sooooooo far away for so long that I didn’t even know that it existed anymore. When I was a little girl I never knew my dad. I had a father who raised me and loved me, and for that I’m truly blessed. However as an adult in my 40’s I think it’s time to go there. I think it’s time to be honest with myself even if I don’t want to believe it.

It’s scary yes! But what’s more scary is that I don’t live my life the way I’m supposed to because I’m unwilling to take the walls down.

You know we always think we have time to do the work on ourselves, but we’re not promised tomorrow. We must learn to take action now and always walk towards the light instead of away from it.

We must be brave and teach our families how to do the same, because this is where the treasure lies.


God Bless


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I hope you have an amazing week

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