Awaken Your Inner Warrior and Reshape Your Life
After all my "Holy Shifts", death of my spouse, losing my home, filing bankruptcy, broken relatively and figuratively. I was sad, depressed, scared, lost and felt alone. Then later I experienced my paradigm "Holy Shift" at my core. I began to let my pain, anger, and frustration go, found forgiveness, grace and started to heal. I began an upward trajectory, a spiritual shift from the tipping point and awakened conscious awareness. Hope, happiness, laughter, and joy. I began again and you can too what ever road you're on. Living in the past kills your future. We get one life to live. Let's make it worth living!
We're excited to bring you "Holy Shift Masterclass. We hope that you'll be able to find clarity, direction and a deeper understanding in your paradigm quantum shifts. I desired to create a safe space where others like myself could come heal, learn, grow, find direction, and educate themselves, during the Holy Shifts" of life.
My goal is to give back, make a difference, and create a positive impact in the world.
We all live as ripples... Where ever you go, go with all your heart. - Tracy Peart
How can you heal when the one you love is still dead?
"Grieving is a natural process. It is through our losses that we can transform ourselves and find new meaning in life." - James Van Praagh
That hole torn in the universe will not just close back up so that you can go back to normal. No matter what happens next in your life, it will never be adequate compensation. The person you lost can't come back. That loss can't be regained.
We have to accept it mentally before we begin to heal. First, you have to acknowledge the pain. Practicing inner peace, spirituality connects us on a soul level to our higher selves.
5. Focus on gratitude
6. Be patient
It entails being willing to open up to and to listen for our true feelings and being willing to express them in a way that fits our own special healing style. It means trusting that our true feelings are part of our inner wisdom that informs our natural healing process. Learning to live with the one we lost.
Every type of feeling is part of this natural process: loneliness, anger, depression, happiness, guilt, fear, deep sadness, even despair. When we allow these feelings to surface and be deeply felt and when we express them in some form, we are allowing ourselves to heal. Go within and find your own love.
Grief is a normal and natural response when we suffer a loss. While everyone will experience a loss at some point, the symptoms of grief are often misunderstood – both by the people going through it and the people around them. By raising grief awareness, individuals in mourning can better understand their own reactions and their friends and loved ones can better support them with patience and compassion.
Trust in letting go. Inner harmony is being at peace with yourself. Releasing the fear.
To most people, grieving deep personal loss feels life threatening. In order to meet and assuage that fear, we must go into that deep place inside that is trying to deal with letting go of the temporal life that has already left us. We must slowly acknowledge with all of our body/mind that our loved one has died. When we do this, we face and grieve the loss of our loved one, but also the significant loss of a part of ourselves. This is the part that has been so deeply connected to the life that we have loved. Here is where the deepest fear lies, for in death, that connection is broken, and therefore, that part of us must die. It can feel like the death of the whole self, like you are actually dying.
Let yourself have a physical expression to anger your feeling. Flow with the feelings, don't deny your feelings or bottle them up it will lead to resentment. Sometimes the greif is so overwhelming at times. Everyone grieves differently. But if you understand your emotions, take care of yourself, and seek support, you can heal. (Read more at link below)
When a loved one dies, rituals and traditions can also help us mark a significant event and spend time remembering and finding healing.
Grief is a natural response to loss. It’s the emotional suffering you feel when something or someone you love is taken away. Often, the pain of loss can feel overwhelming. You may experience all kinds of difficult and unexpected emotions, from shock or anger to disbelief, guilt, and profound sadness. The pain of grief can also disrupt your physical health, making it difficult to sleep, eat, or even think straight. These are normal reactions to loss—and the more significant the loss, the more intense your grief will be.
While grieving a loss is an inevitable part of life, there are ways to help cope with the pain, come to terms with your grief, and eventually, find a way to pick up the pieces and move on with your life.
For at the very heart of each of us is Love. And when we suffer great loss, it is into that heart of Love that nature directs us. The vehicle is grief and the landscape is our human sense of separation and loneiness. The grief process is like nature's secret weapon because, in our helplessness, we become malleable. It's the "giving up" part that is most important. Just as a dying person gives up the body, we who survive must relinquish our "trying" and the struggle to find meaning in what may be utterly senseless at the time it occurs.
If we allow it, the grief process takes us deep into soul territory—truly the Great Unknown for most of us. In addition to its eruptive and emotionally primal nature, I think this is what makes grief so frightening. It can force us to face those elements of self that are most troubling because they involve the existential questions of identity, purpose, and the very meaning of life. Read more:
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