Allow yourself to heal
What do I mean by that?
When we are hurting lots of us have the tendency to hide inside ourselves.
We want to deal with all our feelings by ourselves. Sometimes this works and sometimes it doesn’t.
When you are grieving the loss of a loved one you might want to rethink how to cope with your feelings and pain.
Allowing yourself to heal means to create space that will help you heal.
- That space can be nature.
- It can be a corner in your home where you light a candle for your loved one.
- It can be a get together with a good friend that doesn’t judge you for what you are feeling.
- It can be a celebration of your loved one's life where memories are shared.
Allowing yourself to heal means to become active in your healing process. (click to tweet)
It means to step out or your own inside turmoil and transform it into a visible dialogue. This can be painting, journaling, rituals, and memory sharing.
The coming holidays might be a first step to try new possibilities. The most important part is to be gentle with yourself. I wrote a post last year about how to prepare for the holidays. You can find it here.
I am wishing you that you will find the space that helps you heal and that you will be surrounded by supportive family members and/or friends.
I am keeping you in my heart,
The Healing Rituals course will launch on January 19, 2018.
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