During this major transition in my life on all fronts, I am choosing to take baby steps. One step at a time. No pushing because I want to stay healthy on all fronts. It matters to me.
After soul retrieval work with a shaman (and the cumulative effect of life long work with a litany of healers, self-reflection and prayer), I feel whole. The angst of, "Did I do something wrong? What's wrong with me?" is not chasing me into the night. I am just fine, albeit human, but just fine.
I go to bed with smile on my face. I wake up in the morning with a smile on my face. It feels wonderful to live this way.
Balancing instead of juggling.
Saying it all, no matter what.
Loving and paying attention to myself as much as I do others.
The good and bad co-existing peacefully side by side.
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