Can you get to the other side of your struggle?
We struggle with knowing and accepting who we are. We are afraid to open to a deeper level of personal work. It can be an arduous process. Like a labyrinth, there is no direct or clear path.
Through that struggle, new awareness begins to develop. Whether through negative thinking, accepting others' beliefs, or running from our own truths, we begin to notice how we're actually feeling.
Often we are comfortable feeling small, less than, not enough. We accept others’ definitions, judgments, and expectations. If we are willing, we start to see that those external voices and messages echo our own unconscious beliefs.
As we begin to trust ourselves, we carve new paths and pathways. The more we trust and listen deeply, the more we trust LIFE. And in turn, the more we feel life’s trust in us.
I know this process. I’ve lived this process. I made it to the other side. So can you.
I got to where I am by allowing myself to fall; to see that what I had been doing most of my life no longer worked. I had outgrown myself and my life as I knew it.
I began a new kind of listening—to the quiet voice that was uniquely mine. I let myself disappoint people. I stopped dismissing and apologizing for my existence. (I literally noticed that I apologized a lot!) As I listened, the quiet voice grew. As it grew, I made some big changes. I decided I was willing to be/feel alone rather than participate in hurting something that increasingly mattered—MYSELF.
I have valued the individuals in my life who spoke directly to the parts of me in search of integration and healing. My teachers have come in many forms.
Now I hold a space for others who are interested in journeying toward Self.
This is internal work that quietly transforms and has staying power. It’s not about looking out; it’s about looking deeply within.
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Watercolors by Greta Lind