Into Wholeness

Reflections February 15, 2017

I found

hidden clues

about myself

and how to proceed

in the symptoms

and those annoying

situations I found

myself in —

the ones I had

interpreted

as simply something

to avoid

at all cost.

I found that by

opening to my own

hidden insights,

I was able to move

more fully

into wholeness.

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Comments 16

      • Trini Lind says on February 15, 2017

        I’m not sure if I am okay with them…. it seems my fate is to be surrounded by ego-driven people, and when they just keep pushing and pushing… at some point I’ve got to speak up, just to stop it, and it rattles me completely… not because I am feeling defensive or personally hurt, but because I am frustrated and disappointed in….well….human nature…I don’t understand how it is possible to completely disregard other people, to deliberately step on people just to get what you want…I think I will never be able to feel calm and accepting about that. I didn’t mean for it to come out so… so… angry, just felt like sharing today. Maybe other highly sensitive people feel the same way sometimes. I remember feeling the same way as a child, and if Sky is highly sensitive then I completely understand how she must be feeling. I think the world is even harsher today then it was.

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      • Trini Lind says on February 15, 2017

        Yes, I know what you mean, I used to judge myself for getting frustrated or angry, I don’t do that anymore. I think that is loving yourself in action (πŸ˜„) if you know what I mean. πŸ’–

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      • Laurie's Notes says on February 16, 2017

        I’m so glad you’re here. I know it’s not easy. I feel it too. When I had a baby I questioned bringing her here…but I thought the world needed usπŸ’™

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      • Trini Lind says on February 16, 2017

        I understand feeling like that…sometimes I think like that too, but you are right, the world needs us, all of us, and we need each other too ❀

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  1. MichelleMarie says on February 16, 2017

    Annoying situations I was once told show up to grind the rough edges off. Something like that maybe to desolve away our way of seeing it and making a way for faith walking even though the annoyance feels familiar I invite whatever newness it holds. Maybe! I’m still working on this one too. However, at this moment I am not annoyed and I’m thankful! πŸŒΌπŸ’›πŸ¦‹πŸ€—πŸ˜‚

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