No matter how necessary, how long overdue, or how ready we are for them, breakups can be challenging. They require complete presence for the healing process that follows.
In my own experience of seeking balance in #bodymindspirit
, I have found that healing is multidimensional.
It is an emotional, mental, energetic, and physical process. These layers are intertwined.
In my growing understanding of what it means for me to be an #empath
, with a psychological pattern of codependency, I find my own process is most effective when I focus on listening to and being guided by my body.
The body knows.
It's where we store our emotions, our memories, our traumas. It is where we keep the "energetic gunk." My body is teaching me - about how healing works, and how much I actually pick up from others, being highly empathic and energy sensitive.
What this has meant for me coming out of a #karmicrelationship
is that I am now processing thoughts, beliefs, fears, and patterns of movement that were never even mine.
I'm sorting through all that gunk to return to the real me beneath it. And releasing everything that feels uncomfortable and unnatural.
In this release, empty space is felt. Space I want to be intentional about what I'm filling it with.
I'm needing to move my body. A lot. Yoga, dance, myofascial release, walking. Body awareness practices like yoga nidra.
There's a need to focus on the energetic work. So much of this is subtle, and beyond what can be seen. It is requiring that I overcome the skepticism placed upon me and return to my innate understanding of the metaphysical realms and of their importance in living to my fullest.
I've always hesitated to share what's dear to my heart, fearing my vast internal worlds will label me crazy.
After a relationship that reflected and supported that fear, I know the pain of keeping it hidden is too much to bear.
Through my healing, I am recovering my gifts, understanding how to apply them.
It is my dream to be of service to sensitive souls, to help them create their dream lives by living mine. To live empowered, embodied, and free.
This experience is providing the clarity needed to make my dream a reality.