How is everybody feeling with all the changes and restrictions on social activity? Are you able to even consider steps to keep yourself mentally and emotionally balanced, or are you mostly in a state of anxiety and fear?
I feel a little like a snow globe that’s being shaken up and then sat on a shelf in a cupboard somewhere before my “snow” settles. My outside looks pretty much the same, while my inside is stirred up and being reorganized. Parts of me are landing in different places; some are more visible than they used to be and others, hidden until the next disruption occurs.
Can you relate?
When we have navigated these types of changes before, it doesn’t necessarily make the experience feel much better, we just have a knowing that something necessary is occurring, and it won’t always feel like this.
That’s when surrender becomes our most valuable choice.
What does that mean to you?
What is your relationship to the word “surrender”?
If this experience is very new and rather scary to you, please reach out to someone who can hold space for you while you are in the place of uncertainty; a place I like to call the fertile void.
For the remainder of April, as my Easter gift to you, I am offering phone, Skype or Zoom sessions for a heavily discounted price of just $44.
This is my way of giving back to the community.
Anyone who is struggling with grief, loss, uncertainty, anxiety or loneliness, get in touch. You don’t have to sit behind the cupboard door in pain.