When what was wasn’t…
After speaking to a friend who has recently come out of a marriage I recognised both her clarity and confusion as she came to terms with the fact that she couldn’t see things for what they were when they were happening. Those redefining moments when you discover the missing piece of the jigsaw puzzle are incredibly illuminating and life changing moments.
Finally things make sense, relief and a new found understanding allow you to see things in a different light. As you learn that what was wasn’t and what wasn’t was, the façade falls away. Sometimes it’s a gentle falling away, other times it comes as a brutal blow as the illusion comes crashing down around you. Either way you are finally released. It is done and a new journey begins.
You did what you could to keep your life and family together.
It is highly likely you played a part in maintaining the façade perhaps from fear, innocence, ignorance, hope or habit. It doesn’t matter. The worst part about it is that you became something that you weren’t in order to survive, to cope with it all. Tip toeing around, shutting down or living in a state of constant anxiety knowing that things weren’t as you hoped they would be.
Sticky tape was not enough to hold the gaping cracks together but that didn’t stop you from trying. You tried so hard to figure out how to make things better, you played your part well even managing to smile through the thick of the pain. The children are loved and cared for but now it’s time to face you, this will be the greatest gift you can ever give them.
It’s safe to be you, being anything other than that means you are living a lie and your entire being suffers from that. You may have lost yourself for a long time but rediscovering yourself is the most magical journey you will ever embark on. Life is nothing like the fairy tales you were told, but this is your tale to live and tell and it better than you can possibly imagine.
The Key to moving on is self care and embracing yourself.
If you are trying to move on after a relationship, meditation can help. The “Key for Me” app available on the App Store has many soothing meditations the will help heal emotionaly and help you move on.
Nurturing A Broken Heart – Hypnosis
When you’ve got a broken heart it’s hard to believe that you’ll ever feel good again, you are however designed to heal. Through this gentle journey you will tap into the nurturing forces of your heart to help you move through and beyond the pain carrying you back to wholeness. A broken heart can lead to great personal transformation.
Reclaiming Yourself – Meditation
If you are finding it hard to move on from a past relationship this meditation is for you. Even though you’ve moved on physically, you may still feel that parts of you are stuck in the dynamics of past relationship limiting your ability to be in the present and fully heal. It’s time to reclaim those parts so you can truly open to love again.
Awakening (Your Life Force) – Meditation
This healing meditation journey will guide you in connecting and igniting the creative life force from within to promote vitality and healing. We recommend doing this journey when you’re feeling lethargic, unwell or disenchanted. It will guide you in awakening the inner force that supports and sustains your body, mind and soul.