As you might have guessed, the practice of letter writing is, for me, a healing practice. I use letter writing as a way of forgiveness, affirmation, and as a way to transmute hurt, fear, or anger.
Category: Art of Self-Approval
Have you ever been afraid to have a conversation because it felt difficult?
Maybe asking for something you want or need, or don’t want? No matter how much you want to have the conversation, you can’t see to do it.
On this leap day, I received a greeting in my inbox this morning. “Happy Universal Day of Wonder”, it said. I don’t know where the idea of a universal day of wonder came from, but I like it. A lot.
God (Spirit, Source, Life, Love) knows Itself by becoming things. Those things come through you and me. We are Life living itself as me and you. Change is what we are here to be, do, and create. It is the one constant, yet we are most often in resistance to it.
Thinking about curiosity this morning. It’s been a month long discussion in a Monday morning women’s group I participate in. This week we touched on the old idiom, “curiosity killed the cat”.
I’ve been thinking about yesterday’s affirmation, “Divine Beloved, help me to believe the truth about myself no matter how beautiful it is”, and noticing how my human brain wants to figure this out and my ego wants to make this happen.
How often do we downplay our own magnificence? Dismiss our brilliance, and often dull our light because we don’t want to outshine others. We don’t want to seem self-centered…
I hope you like quizzes…because this one is quite fun and insightful. At least it was for me. Curiosity has been a topic of conversation this month. What is it? How we use it.
Waiting for others can leave us feeling frustrated, disappointed and resentful…signs that we are not meeting our own needs and a recipe for regret. I almost missed an amazing trip to Italy while waiting for others.