If you asked me what has been my biggest lesson in life that would be easy.
To let go of the wounds of the mind and the body. I grew up questioning people’s mindfulness on how their decisions impacted me. And in turn, I created a lot of evidence to support that belief. Long after the event happened those stories haunted me.
You see what I didn’t know was that every story of hurt and betrayal and guilt and shame gets stored in the body.
I understood forgiveness as a concept that taught me lessons. Lessons to honor myself. Lessons that taught me boundaries and how to speak and live my truth. Lessons that taught me to love myself more, embracing all of me.
But the body would still react. The body would impulse the fear of getting hurt again. The body would close the heart and shift it to the left in an effort to protect it.
And the aspect of the mind that lives in the past was in constant dialogue with these people.. wishing to tell them off. Wishing to let everyone know who they really were.
Holding on to stories only enmeshes us in the karmic wheel, every story weighing us down with the burden of pain and betrayal, making our vibration dense.
The egos need to be right dissolves as we train the mind + body to live in the power of now.. setting our inner child free from the construct of our mind and the tension in our temples.
Forgiveness is the act of giving forth, giving back to Source all that is not you, all of your stories of pain.
We learn to give thanks to every soul that danced with us. We appreciate the pain for it created awareness. And the awareness heals us. We dance away the pain, releasing it from the body. We understand the awareness becomes part of our medicine.
We share these gifts with those we’re meant to teach. We teach by really living, by choosing to live through the power of now.
This is your life. Your dreams. And all we have is now. It’s time.