Many of us find ourselves in a cycle of self-discovery, constantly delving into our inner world. We've gained valuable knowledge, experienced profound healing, and accumulated wisdom, but the bridge from inner growth to external action remains elusive. We often find ourselves waiting for something, whether it's an increase in self-belief or trust. It's this very challenge that this blog aims to address.
Title: Breaking Free from the Chains of Procrastination and Stubbornness: A Tale of Adam and Satan Part 1: The Forbidden Fruit and Deadly Passions Once upon a time, in a world of divine wonder and heavenly bliss, there existed two beings, Adam and Eve. These two souls were bestowed with boundless knowledge, untold wisdom, and the promise of eternal happiness. Yet, lurking in the shadows was the embodiment of temptation itself, a serpent, with a cunning tongue and a forbidden fruit. As the story ...
At the heart of this reflection is the story of Adam and Eve, who ate the forbidden fruit. This act introduced the qualities of Satan – greed, jealousy, pride, and more – into their hearts. So, why did God cast them out of paradise? It wasn't His desire, but with these debasing qualities within, He had no choice. He sent them to Earth with a mission – to purify themselves
In the journey of life, sometimes, an unexpected message can trigger deep self-reflection and lead to a profound transformation. A message from an online friend triggered a deep reflection within me. The words struck a chord because, as a little girl, my father's focus was primarily on his family and friends. For a long time, this triggered anger within me, until I delved into some inner work. It was during this process that I realized my father carried a wound of not feeling wanted, a wound that led him to constantly do for others in the hope of being needed.
🌍 Embracing Inner Peace and Love as the Path to Global Harmony 🕊️ In a world fraught with turmoil and conflict, let's pause and reflect on the profound truth that the journey to global peace starts from within each and every one of us. I hold a firm belief that to put an end to the wars and turmoil that plague our planet, we must first address the battles raging within ourselves. This is where the foundation for global harmony is laid. Picture a world where every individual dedicates ...
Do you ever feel like you need to keep doing inner work, continually healing yourself, or becoming a better version of yourself before you can confidently charge for your services? 🙋♀️🙋♂️
In my past, I had numerous encounters with these dark forces. They didn't just exist in my imagination; there were real incidents where I fell seriously ill due to their influence. These encounters left me feeling drained, mentally foggy, and perpetually fatigued. It was as if I was living life as a mere shell of myself, and the weight of it all was overwhelming.
In the intricate tapestry of our lives, there exists a mysterious and often neglected facet – the Shadow. It is our hidden selves, the vault of suppressed emotions, and the dwelling place of our deepest secrets. In this exploration, we will delve into the concept of the Shadow Self, its origins, and the transformative power of Shadow Work.
In a world often marred by hatred, anger, and resentment, it's disheartening to witness the discord between loved ones. However, I firmly believe that beneath the surface of our closest relationships lies a profound purpose—a purpose that is here to guide us on our journey toward embracing our true selves. These relationships have willingly taken on challenging roles to help us evolve into the pure and light beings we are destined to become. In this blog post, I aim to explore the idea that our greatest mess holds invaluable messages, and our life lessons inevitably become our life's work.
One of these moment occurred when a client expressed feelings of being unloved and ignored by her mother. As we delved deeper into the forgiveness phase of the journey, something extraordinary unfolded. My client began to see that her mother, too, carried the same wound, passed down through generations like an heirloom.