From my heart to yours
Hey there, my lovely friends! I’m feeling all the good vibes today, and I just had to share something that’s been on my mind for a week or two – what is the magic all about when my life is in flow and fluidity versus the heaviness of being stuck and depressed? Ebb and flow.
I’ve been bombarded with the words “flow” and “fluidity” in various ways – from conversations with friends to some intriguing tarot cards and even a few personal Life Alignment balances colleagues to assist me with moving this heavy energy I have been feeling that has been preventing me from getting anything done. I understand that astrologically this has been the case for many perhaps. It’s like the universe is trying to tell me something, and I can’t ignore it, so here I am, sharing this beautiful insight that came through me with you.
You know, sometimes life throws curveballs, and we find ourselves struggling to keep up. For me, it’s often an emotional rollercoaster that ends with tears of frustration, and my victim mentality comes to the fore. It could be different for you, but what matters is recognizing when we’re stuck, letting others make decisions for us, and falling into old patterns that no longer serve us.
For example, imagine plans change or someone forgets something important, triggering a wave of disappointment and hurt in you. It’s as if I’m back to being a little kid forgotten at school due to my parents’ misunderstandings. As adults, we can reason through it and understand it’s not about us, but still, those deeply rooted beliefs stay with us. However when we are feeling heavy and stuck there is not reason is there?
I’ve spent years educating myself in self-development and energy-shifting practices, working with clients dealing with trauma, yet these beliefs linger in me and others. It’s like peeling layers off an onion, getting closer to the core, and sometimes it’s raw and painful. But you know what? I’ve learned to sit with it, embrace it, and let it flow through me. We emerge freer and stronger on the other side of the heaviness like a new blossom in the spring.
I have often reacted self-destructively or lashed out at others in the past, but now I understand that it’s my hurt and pain, shouting loudly. It’s not about blaming others; it’s about being emotionally flexible and in flow with myself and what I am experiencing. It is also about me being clear about my boundaries to prevent my energy from being drained. The empaths reading this will know what that is all about. A blog for another day, perhaps on that subject.
I’ve discovered on my journey that finding activities that get me moving – whether that’s spending time in nature, being around animals, moving to music, drumming, yoga, or swimming – gives me the space to work through those emotions on my own, without hurting anyone. It’s like distancing myself from the issue, gaining clarity, and realizing how my “victim” behaviour has been restricting the flow of my life and making things unpleasant for others at times.
Through this process, I’ve recognized that I can handle situations more gracefully and clearly. It’s about finding the “in flow” state within us, where we can navigate life’s inevitable changes and forgetfulness with emotional agility.
So, my friends, I encourage you to take a moment and reflect on the difference between merely “going with the flow” and, indeed, “being in flow” in your own life. It’s a game-changer! Embrace your emotions, let them flow, and remember, you can navigate life’s twists and turns with grace and love.
With love and gratitude
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