The Pain of Initiation and the Return to Trusting Love
Thank you so much for this. Your words are medicine! How STRONG to listen to the tender voice.
Thank you for sharing 💗 I literally just had a fight with my strong independent woman self who does not want to do my partners laundry (because it’s the way he/they feel loved) and feels fiery about all the healing art & community building she would rather be doing instead. I love the third option of having these selves work together. Ps I often think of you in these moments of the mundane and ritualize or dance or call in the magic and art of life 💕 thank you for inspiring me in that way
awww, was just discussing this journey with a client in a session this morning- of starting a new chapter, the 'growing pains' of transition, what actually happens when you dismantle your life to dive into your dreams and your dharma. The vastness, the space, the openness is exactly what you need and wanted, yet it's also scary and can be paralyzing and send your mind into a spin of self sabotage- letting your ego take hold... Such an important conversation that needs to be had and to hopefully inspire others to make that leap, do that thing, trust the love, curiosity, & purpose that is meant for us.
It also makes me want to work with you on a Parts Integration- So many times where I've had these toe-to-toe competing perspectives, personas, desires inside of me... and when integrated they are able to come to a common ground, and without sacrificing or giving up any of either- instead they realize their common higher purpose- and integrate. Would love to discuss more... I can be found @happycornerco
Love you and your book and podcast too!
“Canoodling their quirks daily in the kitchen”LOVE THIS LINE. Love this letter ❤️ Recently the commitment a man expected from me made me shudder. He wasn’t right for me anyway, but I got more comfortable with the parts of me that roll their eyes at each other… can’t wait for more from you in this newsletter, happy you are back writing!
Thank you for always giving words to feelings that I haven't fully made sense of yet. Your words are always such a balm, so honest, so raw and real and yet comforting for that very reason. Thank you!