Now, if you've ever had a healing session where you released some resentment about something, you've probably experienced some initial exhaustion, then a growing lightness or vigor.
The exhaustion is because harboring negative emotions is a great strain on your body. When the strain is relieved, your body suddenly heaves a BIG sigh of relief and kind of collapses.
We don't realize how exhausting it is to carry all these burdens.
Many of my clients don't know how to access or move into a place of forgiveness, because it's so foreign a thought. So to get you started in being able to let go, I've broken it into 4 different steps.
1. Get in a quiet place. Find a spot where you won't be disturbed. This could be anywhere that works for you. For me, sometimes being outside in the woods, surrounded by nothing but trees with a nice rock to sit on, works best. Maybe you have a favorite chair inside or on your...
So many of us are facing the change of having our babies leave the nest- be it for kindergarten or for college. It all brings with it the same chord-cutting discomfort. It's actually got a name - the empty nest syndrome.
1. Write a list of the things you are excited about for your child's new time- new friends, new skills, new activities, new stories, new challenges through which they develop their strength and character....As you write- visualize and feel the excitement of their success.
2. Write a list of the things you are excited about for yourself - skip dinner when you want to, eat whatever you want, list the books you want to read, the movies you want to watch, the new classes you want to take...it's time to be all about YOU. (This applies for the young mom too- be intentional about your hours of...