It has been quite some time since I have written but I feel compelled to write again. I feel this powerful impulse to create through the written word but I have no idea where to start. So much has happened for me since I last blogged. Right now I am metabolizing and becoming deeply rooted with all the new learnings that have come my way over the last 14 years of trying to cure my Severe PTSD, Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia. What I have come to is this place where I am able to celebrate as Karen Drucker says, “All is well. I can rest. I am safe. All is well.”
I can rest with my illnesses and suffering. They have actually brought me to such a rich and vibrant life once I stopped fighting them and wishing them away. In addition, I can rest because I have a plethora of tools to manage my challenges on a daily basis. Furthermore, I can rest because I have learned to flow with life as it is. And finally, I can rest because I have learned to accept everything and resist nothing. It is a much easier way to live and it only enhances and enriches my life.
In addition, I have a level of safety inside of me that is indestructible, stemming from the feeling and deeply knowing safety that is my home environment. Also, it comes from me knowing my deepest nature and essence and loving it as it is. Furthermore, my safety comes from trusting in my own inner wisdom and deep knowing that I can handle whatever life brings my way. In addition, it comes from knowing that I have the capacity to hold the depth of my beautiful and purposeful inner world (all of it) with such a fearless compassion. I never thought I would know this depth of love for myself as I am. I was always riddled with such shame for having mental and physical health challenges. Today I celebrate that I am free from this toxic shame. Now there is so much more room for compassion, empathy and love for myself, humanity and all of life. Also, there is also room for contributing to the social evolution of humanity, which I can do from my home through worldwide online communities. I consider all of us on these calls as social and cultural architects working towards a new world system.
All is well in my life. I am blessed. I am grateful for life as it is in its totality. I am grateful I have learned to flow with life as it is. At this point I am able to laugh at it a bit. All is well.