It happens to you. me. your parents. your ancestors.
It is seemingly a part of life because people will intentionally and unintentionally hurt you. It is natural. Minus the continued evolution of human behavior and new technology, there is no new human behaviorial patterns.
With that truth, I want you to know, you have to learn to let the ish go! When you hold so tightly on to hurt and pain, it seeps into your BEing; it affects your mind; it poisons your spirit. If you're aware of the truth, you are that much more powerful in navigating your life.
No one is that "strong" that they don't hurt, don't cry, or don't feel sorrow. The challenge is how you allow all that to infiltrate your life.
I get it. I've lived it. I still work on it. "It" meaning the residue from any of the major ish I've faced in my life. It's a challenge for it to go away, but its a "PROCESS". A PROCESS requires steps. A process requires time. A process requires work and effort.
How do you let ish go?
Work is reflection. Work is expression, whether verbally or written. Work is accepting what happened and taking it at face value. The most difficult work is facing whatever dark truths exists about yourself or who you were. Work is not allowing what has happened to reflect a limiting understanding of yourself. We are multidimensional beings. Not black and white by any means. I'm still waiting to meet one person who is not or has not been hypocritical, prejudice, judgemental or inconsistent from birth to death.
We happen to life and life happens to us. Its the circle of life, so Hakuna Matata your beautiful, strong, dynamic self thru life.
Do the necessary work, so you can let ish go and live a life full of love, fearlessness, peace and joy. Above all, its great to let anything go thats blocking your spirit from manifesting your deepest desires.
By: Tiffany Wright