It is not Love that separates from us, but us who build the walls that keep our hearts separate.
We go through life, experiencing all it has to offer, without always knowing how to cope or deal with what is on our plate. In our journey, the things that happen can create feelings we sometimes don’t know what to do with. And so, we dam them up, block them in, hoping that by ignoring or denything their presence, we will not feel the hurts and pains of life and will come out unscathed.
Life is an experiential journey and we are emotional beings.
Letting emotions flow does not come naturally to us. We want to hold on. To pretend the emotions don’t exist. In our struggle to deal with what we do not understand, or the things that hurt us, we forget (or don’t know how) to release what we do not need from the gentle confines of the heart so we can breathe freely.
The heart holds on to many things; Love, laughter, joy. Memories. Hopes. Dreams.
The heart also holds things that make it heavy. Sorrows. Regrets. Pain. Loss. Grief. Dreams unlived. Hopes forgotten. Memories that have dried into seeds of bitterness.
The heavier the heart becomes, the more we separate ourselves from Love.
We each have the power to choose to break free of that which holds us separate.
It is a moment by moment, day by day choice to begin again, every single day, to choose Love. To choose to let go of the bitterness that separates us from Love.
It is a choice.
Just for this moment, take a deep breath. In. Out. In. Out.
Imagine… Forgiveness is a river supporting you. You float freely on its gentle surface. It flows freely all around you. You feel safe.
Now invite Love. Joy. Contentment. Happiness. Freedom… to join you.
Savour each moment of swimming in the beautiful, warm waters of forgiveness.
Your are safe in the river of forgiveness. Your body is buoyed up by your conscious decision to choose, Love….
Don’t think. Just choose.
Let it be.
And as you breathe. So it is.
A bloody awesome post, that spoke to me
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Thanks Joanne! – I do so love that expression! Bloody awesome!