Self-Love a Path to Wholeness
Become comfortable and relaxed. Shift and move a little to let your body settle deeper into the earth. Be comforted that at this time, everything is ok. Sometimes the most difficult thing to own is that at any point in time there is the possibility to heal rather than to sever. We are here together and allowing things to rise into our awareness does not have to be what separates us from one another. The constraints of being can be heavy, heavier than our bones sinking into the earth, when the mind holds you back from being in the moment. It can feel like a confusing mess of I can’t see you until this what is going on inside of me, can relax. Otherwise, I see you through this confusing array of possibilities and thoughts.
Since dating a man from Italy after having been single for many years, I often consider Liz Gilbert’s Eat, Pray, Love Adventure. He showed up at a time I felt like bursting from confusion. Having been a yoga teacher for more than ten years while recovering from an eating disorder (yet still with strange behaviors and plenty of self-aversion) and taking care of a daddy with dementia, I never knew what was missing, just that everyone around seemed more at home. Years and years and years of practicing rituals from meditation to yoga nidra, running to a strict macrobiotic diet, ended in a phase of recognizing that we are here to relate to each other as we integrate what feels impossible. This takes time and the process is this life thing.
Things I have learned along the way… (tidbits/wisdom on self-loving & accepting)
Waller McInnes is a life coach who works with women to find balance, restore wellbeing and relax into their inner radiance. She is trained through Integrative Nutrition, Integrative Yoga Therapy and International Coaches Academy and has worked with women around the world to restore wholeness while creating an abundant life. Click here to visit her website .