The journey of life is a beautiful and strange one, filled with joy and loss. The trick might be to see these moments as simply part of the whole of our existence. A focus on our spiritual purpose balances out these experiences.
Self-Love: I’ve recently started blogging for The Relationship Blogger. In this post, I talk about how one of the lessons from my NDE was how to become more of my best friend through the journey of this life no matter what I survived.
Without self-love, there is manipulation and drama in relationships. However, self-love grants us peace that no grasping at satisfaction will ever bring. That feeling of being o.k. as you are is priceless.
Healing: The manuscript that I recently completed has a small portion which talks about learning to parent the wounded inner child inside of me. Wounds can’t be wished away or pushed aside; they will continue to crop up and get triggered if you don’t actively work to release and heal them. My strongest desire for young people is that they work on family of origin wounds and release these patterns early in life before these patterns get played out in various ways.
It would be amazing to see larger groups of college students open to the potential of energetic healing, as well as traditional forms of healing through churches, counseling, programs of recovery, mentorship programs, and success/inspirational workshops. Relationships are vital and important to everyone, and some college classes like sociology and psychology offer helpful information to students about healing and transformation. However, healing sometimes comes from having a loving focus on oneself and an intent to heal. Every human being is different and the modalities for healing are numerous–everything from nutritional therapy, functional medicine, sound healing, energetic healing, etc.
After my NDE, I am particularly sensitive to energy. I’m a fan and connoisseur of energy work. Because of this, I’ve decided to share the names of those whose work I have tried and deeply benefited from. I recently had an amazing session with Tara Rose . I’ve worked with shamans and had affirming, healing sessions. However, something about this session with Tara blew me away. I’m always looking for ways to bring more of the divine light into my life, and her session encouraged and greatly facilitated that experience. The healing work focused on a major wound in my life, and I still feel certain energetic changes many days later. If you try a session with her, I would love it if you let her know that I recommended you.
May each of you love and take great care of your inner child. I know mine better now that I have ever known her. Get to know yours, and be playful about the process. One of the lessons from my NDE was to remind people to be like a little child. Find a way to deeply enjoy life and be in the moment.
My inner child dances under the stars. She sends her wishes to the moon when it is full, and watches those wishes magically descend into her life. She has unexpected, divine messages and intellectual breakthroughs. She finds peace and healing in the embrace of nature. She is amused by creative, fun moments, and powerful, intuitive realizations. She feels the love and healing energy of angels and archangels all around her. The part of this inner child that is in touch with the light will never die.
The part of you that is in touch with the light will also never die. There is healing in remembering this truth.
As Tara Rose reminds us on her website, a true healer shows us our own capacity to heal and transform our lives, and love is always the greatest transformer. I wish everyone much healing and happiness no matter where your journey might be leading you.
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