Everyone claims they don’t know what they want.
I don’t buy it.
Each of us has an innate wisdom lives in our body. Our body knows about our safety and our best-interest decision, always.
I think we’re scared to admit that we know what we want because often times the Truth of my Desires, comes with pain. Comes with risk. Comes with fear.
Requires Trust to take the leap.
I sit here, writing to you today in the depths of a very dark experience. Tears flow down my face as I write these words onto this page.
Over the weekend, a series of events happened. Following those events my body asked What are we doing here? Is this relationship in alignment anymore?
So, I write to you from the depths of the Mind-Body Disillusionment.
The other day, I woke up on a Sunday morning in my Mountain Home, alone. I hadn’t been present with my partner in over four days. And as I awoke, alone and surprised to be alone, my body began to contract.
I felt tense pain in my chest,...