If you feel hurt by someone you will have a hard time to find forgiveness in your heart because you are not yet able to see there is nothing anyone can do to hurt you. You only react to the incident and the feel of betrayal in what kind of sense this will come to you. You are hurt in trusting and relying on the other one, there is this need inside you that wants to be validated. Or maybe you are dependent on the opinions or love you want to receive.
And it is not just about food to keep you healthy in mind and body. Food will definitely help, and unless you clear your Heart and Soul from negative inputs, you are not going to be a whole, renewed, rebalanced human angel. The impact old emotional wounds have on our human body is far greater then we like to think of, most of the times. If there are undetected issues lingering around deeply buried sometimes subconsciously or unconsciously, they will be triggered at times and will have their influence on your body as well. It can manifest itself even by scars, depending on what kind of injury is manifesting itself outward by your soul's experience.
This topic is linked with betrayal if you take a look at all those synonym explanations. It has been played out I think, as old as humanity is after the split when the duality became the norm in our world. Like cheating, breach of trust, the wounds that are inflicted are deeply felt and hurtful. It has many consequences for all parties concerned no doubt. So what is causing this kind of treachery, the deceit of the ones you love and have your trust. Is it lack of self-worth, self-love and self-respect that makes someone decide to start a web of lies. Root cause of all of the double-dealing is apparently fear of being loved, yet not able to love oneself deeply.
Pondering about the word puzzle as well how this resonates within it fell into place so to speak. Like we are walking on the spiral of Life, encountering all these stones along the way we step on. Or bump or toes on. To me, this always has been my way of visualizing it. Every time I stepped upon a stone, or blockade if you will, it was about a part of the puzzle for me to unravel. The challenges it brought up and the way I was able to bring back balance within myself again. This wasn’t about just a one time experience though. It is walking the spiral where all these experiences are showing up, every time bringing up a similar response.
This word frontier as theme of the Month was resonating, yet it wasn’t clear yet what it would bring up. It’s the final frontier was also the first phrase of a television series called Star Trek. I have been watching these movies and the theme song always was deeply felt. The words are calling out to my heart and soul as well the words that come with the final frontier. It's been a long road. To explore strange new worlds. To seek out new life and new civilizations. To boldly go where no man has gone before. I think it was appealing to a lot of people not just at the time they were released. It still is compelling to many people all around the world. It shows how we like to explore beyond the borders and boundaries as a human race. Yet if we take a closer look, it appeals to the heart and soul as well.
Actually, the question was, what beauty can you see right now? What is working for you? Realizing it is in the smallest things, like fresh water in my tap. A bed to sleep in and a safe home to stay in. This is probably the one thing I am the most grateful for. Having the luxury of my own apartment. The beauty lies hidden in the walls, the paintwork on the doors and ceilings. The perfect flooring, we chose together before we moved in. It is in the love all this was accomplished by a group of people who haven't met each other before.
Here is my little self-love poem for you. A special treat and reminder for you beautiful souls out there. Self-love. Accept that wrinkly belly you have Accept that rounded nose and that beauty mark on your back Accept your feelings for that person, for that pet Accept your mood swings Accept your “dark side” Accept the wholeness you are
Someone is assigned to not only hear your heart's song but will strum your heartstrings melodically. Listen with your heart.” ― Sanjo Jendayi When I was reading up about what strum means to me, it struck me like a chord and resonated deep within with this quote that showed up. The feeling of the love I have known for the biggest part of my life, was exactly this. Someone is assigned to not only hear your heart’s song but will strum your heartstrings melodically. What a truth this is, as well knowing what happens when the melody shifts with false notes as well and the strings of my heart were playing a different tune. Listen with your heart is a major issue when it seemingly needs to get damaged. Hurt and emotional wounds cause discord when the one who is assigned to you is out of balance. We all know this sense and feeling. It is something that requires a lot from us to keep listening with our heart. Knowing with a deep trust it will all be well, because it is done by the one who is assigned to not just heart’s song yet will strum the strings with harmony and melody.
“...You have to stay true to yourself and to yourself only. I know it can seem that you are being selfish or egoist. But actually, there’s nothing wrong with that. Putting yourself and your own love and well being first is an act of love towards yourself...” I wanted to start this new article with some words from my previous post. As I already told you, you should stay true to yourself, do what you feel you want to do and do it with love. But there’s a small risk you could encounter for loving yourself. And that is, that people may think you are a “bad person” because you’re loving yourself “too much”. But hey, here are 2 things:
Sometimes, if not often, it happens that when we do something for other people we don’t see any recognition, we don’t even hear a simple “thank you”, “great job”, “nice work”. I know we don’t expect anything in particular, just a small appreciation for what we have done. And because other people don’t appreciate us, or the things we do, we feel angry, mad, sad, sometimes depressed, and we risk to feel worthless. Like we don’t have value.