Oftentimes people come to me and state that their intention is to heal. The definition of healing is: to restore to health and soundness; to set right; restoration of that which is damaged to its normal function; regeneration (spiritual, revival, rebirth); and renewal of any lost part. “The renewal of any lost part” caught my attention. During challenging times people are often seeking parts of themselves that they think have been lost, stolen or damaged. I believe that we are, inherently, whole and that at the core of our being beauty and peace exist. When my clients speak about wanting to heal we explore the deep desire to remember that they are not broken or damaged goods. We talk about the fact that in every situation there is good and it is leading us back to a state of wholeness. When the Japanese mend broken objects they fill the cracks with gold. They believe that when something is damaged and has a history it is more beautiful. What if that were true of us? What if each and every aspect of our life stories was an essential ingredient that made us stronger and more beautiful?
I invite you to take time and be present with this video. It is a prayer song and I hope it inspires you.
Here are some thoughts to support you in healing:
• Doubts and fears are nothing but energy. See them, acknowledge them and then put your attention on something that supports your health and well-being
• When you feel alone. Reach out to people that see your beauty and power. Do not connect with those that will agree that you are a victim.
• Remember that change is an evolutionary process and may be slow. Do not judge the speed that you are traveling through the changes.
• Clean out your emotional closet by witnessing your non-supportive thought patterns and choosing differently.
Please affirm with me: I am a beautiful masterpiece. I am a master of artful healing and choose a life of grand expression.