With gentle grace there is release.
It isn’t proving you don’t need love. It’s soaking up every ounce of love you can feel, get your hands around. It’s important to celebrate your life. It’s the only one we have. And in it we are serving others. I expect to blow it out at all times in glory and understanding and be damned if I’m a wilting butterfly. I am an Amazon of biblical and epic proportions and god damn it if I’m not going to explore it endlessly and effortlessly in all that I do.
I receive all understanding tenderly. Knowing that it is given in honor of all that I am.
Learning to look at love in a new way. Learning what love actually looks like. Is all we have to learn. That’s the basic and simple and endless journey. Once you have a glimpse of it. Once you’ve seen what it really looks like.
Kahil Gabrain talks of a child’s parents are not their parents… “Your father isn’t your real father. Your mother is not your real mother. Your real father is god. He will re-parent you.
I start praying – with intent….
“Help me feel cherished. So when people cherish me I can recognize it and stand in that space. I will not reject or cling or push away or run some game to avoid claiming that space. I will bask in my inner glow.”
Vanessa broke out the extra tool chest.
I was ready to leave the little girl behind and embrace the grown woman.
“The process of psychotherapy is the return to sanity. Teacher and pupil, therapist and patient, are all insane or they would not be here. Together they can find a pathway out, for no one will find sanity alone.”– ACIM
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