I know how challenging it can be to find the gift in disease and depression.
When I was finding my way through breakdown to breakthrough, part of my recovery process was not to try fix anything but rather integrating all the core woundings of all the parts and pieces of myself that had created the disharmony in my body mind, one step at a time.
Being in the mindfulness process of un ravelling, un learning, un doing, un becoming everything I had identified as the NOT me.
Reading and speaking to other people going through similar challenges from a space of empowering story telling and actionable enquiry a huge contribution to changing old outdated belief systems and perceptions holding me back from moving from hopelessness and diagnosis of chronic illness and into embracing those dark nights of the soul.
When I felt isolated, separate and alone – where family and friends could not “go there” because of their own fears and discomfort, I found people I had never met before connect, inspire and enquire about what else was truly possible and they have become part of an incredible tribe who are choosing change from a space of allowance and empowerment – healer be healed.
To trust that nobody knows their innate wisdom and body language better than you is a great place to start and to then ask for support to get to root cause resolution by addressing body, mind, heart and spirit. In todays fast paced information age its easy to get overwhelmed and move away from what is true for you and what you need most. Reading powerful memoirs like How toBe Sick by Toni Bernhard, Dying to be Me by Anita Moorjani and Broken Open by Elizabeth lesser gave me introspection, support and inspiration. All these authors share their stories of how they transformed disease, deep grief and loss though their own unique process of coming undone and broken wide open and second chances.
I know how powerful it is to know that I am not alone on this topsy turvy, winding road to living whole heartedly health and happy and because I honour and appreciate the power of community that supports, uplifts and celebrates the essence of living in True Divine Nature I would like to invite you to share your story on my blog.
Why Sharing makes a whole and healthy
I’m sure you can relate to the power of parables. Since the beginning of time we have told stories through pictures before there was spoken word. It is our human nature to pass on information and wisdom on what it means to be connected in to human being ness and the power of the tribe. If you’re healing a chronic health condition, if you have felt alone and unsupported, if you have felt confused, angry, depressed, hopeless, unsupported, isolated I want you to know you are seen and heard and loved. I know your story matters, that you are resilient and that there are other people who you may never meet in this lifetime, that are waiting for you to share your story – what you know and what you are or have transformed in profound and deeply spiritual ways.
Everything about your story is so utterly valuable. Would you be willing to acknowledge that?
Would you be willing to shine like a Diamond of hope for others to know they can come back to their hearts and thrive being the greatest version of themselves they came here to be?
▪ People moving from deep depression to deeply happy, people healing from life threatening illness need to know that they can get back on track to their divine true nature
That they are not alone.
▪ They also need to know that there is a gift in their challenge that is healing the whole morphic field of humanity
▪ That sharing your story can be cathartic, and is a way to release energy and emotion and that there is deep insight and wisdom in the mindfulness process.
Listen to how you can use The Peace process here.
How To Share
The Share your story part of my blog is dedicated to… Your Story. The ups and downs on your healing path and what you’ve learned along the way.
If you’re overcoming a chronic illness (or have already recovered from one) and you want to share a little about your path, please fill out the interview questions here.
I will personally read your story with my whole heart. And if your story is inspiring which I know it will be, I’ll share your story on my blog. (Yes, anonymous posts are welcome. And yes, of course, it’s free!)