Raya: “The world’s broken. You can’t trust anyone.” Sisu: “Maybe it’s broken because you don’t trust anyone.”
-Disney’s “Raya & The Last Dragon”
I sat watching this movie in the theatre with some of my favorite munchkins (aka kids).
I watched as the story evolved into a story about trust and conversely a lack of trust in this dystopian land. The way to saving their world came down to trusting those around them.
As the characters stated the above quote…
It really rang true to my heart…
For our society as a whole right now but even more so, for the the state of our personal relationships. Read more
Have you ever had a conversation… A conversation that you are dreading or maybe one that just pops up but that you can feel the weightyness. The importance of the conversation but at the same time the ego fear of being “too seen” or not being “seen enough”.
Those conversations that make your heart race, palms sweaty, or your heart cry out. The messages you avoid hearing or that you avoid sharing out of fear. Fear of self. Fear of your heart being broken or in turn breaking another. Fear of doing more harm than good. And definitely fearful of your own fluid flowing emotions.
And thus many run from the depths of these conversations. Putting blockades up against fully diving into these moments.
But after some hard conversations in my own life I can tell you…
The hard conversations can often be the most loving!
Our difficult conversations are the ones that we must share a piece of self and our vulnerability. We strip ourselves bare and lay it out with all the pieces of us. The shadow and the light.
Usually they require extra breathing, extra tapping into the body, and extra heart. Read more
You’re never going to get that person back and you’re grasping and grabbing is pointless.
So let it go!
This graby, low-vibing, wishing energy is only holding you back from what you could have in this world and all the joys that are yours for the taking. These moments of nostalgia and wishing is only keeping you from the now.
What am I referring to?
The desire to hold someone frozen in a place and time.
This is our desire to get someone we are in relationship with to be that “old person”
Or in desiring for ourselves to be the person we once were.
We can never go back.
Thats not a life direction… EVER!
We are always moving forward.
Now we can move forwards into lower vibration and a sense of stuckness or we can move forward into a new level of ourselves. Read more