The energy recently feels heavy, a tad bit too somber and weary. I’ve noticed that many of us are releasing old, outdated behaviors, people, places, things and beliefs that no longer serve us. Change can feel chaotic and painful, even if we welcome it and know it’s for the best.
I’d simply like to offer some encouragement that this too shall pass and remind you to use all the tools in your arsenal to practice extreme self-care during difficult times. Don’t forget to doubt the doubts, and use afformations and affirmations:
- What if I am always blessed and safe and protected, no matter where I stand in my skin?
- Why am I always blessed and safe and protected, no matter where I stand in my skin?
- I AM always blessed and safe and protected, no matter where I stand in my skin!
I often remember what the late, great Louise L. Hay said: “Whenever there is a problem, repeat over and over: ‘All is well. Everything is working out for my highest good. Out of this situation only good will come. I am safe.’ It will work miracles in your life.”
Mel’s Two Cents: All really is well – believe it and live it. In the words of the late, great lyrical genius and visionary Tupac Shakur: Keep Ya Head Up! And for those of you who are biblically inclined, go meditate on Psalm 121 :)
Until next time.
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