Will you let go of what feel the most precious to you to open the sacred space of your healing?
Over the last 10 years of doing healing work, one theme keeps coming back as I witness healing happening or not with my patients and in my community of friends and relatives. Every time someone healed, or I should say let the healing happen to them, something major had to be let seen, understood and let go. Never was the healing just received if nothing was changed in the way their life was. And always when the healing was blocked, it was because something misaligned with their soul trajectory was held too tightly.
When we are sick, in suffering or pain, when a physical, emotional, mental or spiritual illness surface, it is only to signal us what is not in alignment in our lives. It could be an addiction to a substance or a behavior, an attachment to an unhealthy situation (work, partnership, friend), or more “simply” a step that needs to be taken in order for the Self to be revealed, the soul to be healed.
We do not come in this body, to just eat, reproduce, go to work, and one day retire and die. We come into this body for a learning (healing) our soul has to experience. We come to remember our purpose and align every single action we take with it. Very often that soul growth is stopped by our belief system, our education, our social construct, our family traumas or our broken societal system. We are coming in this life to heal ourselves so we can heal the world.
I keep witnessing friends, patients, or stories of people who are sick, lost, in pain, unhappy, unfulfilled and are looking for something “out there” they can get to feel better. Another job, another home, another relationship, another lifestyle, or even another healing technic!
So, we go through life looking for that healing… Somewhere else, or in/through someone else… How disappointing, hopelessly funny, and yet empowering when we discover our healers and teachers can’t heal us! Yet when we can see the root of our illness and imbalance, it is always something very core to who we are that need to change. And that always mean that to heal we are going to have to [End of post on my blog, link in bio ]