I wanted to write as I feel there is much disturbance going on in everyone's lives at the moment. Myself included. I am sure, for those who know me, you'll be aware of the distress of having to deal with quite a sick father-in-law, having builders right outside your door (& all the fun noise, dust & early morning wake-up calls that also entails!) & having a lack of movement because I managed to hurt my ankle (& ligaments) & it's taking ages to heal up.
I sat last night feeling very alone in my own little drama of it all but after having lit a candle & put on some soothing music I was greeted by my power animals & told to stretch & breathe. It was almost as if they were saying, 'where've you been? We've been waiting for you.' I admit I am not the most diligent of beings when it comes to meditating &, as you all know, actually allowing for a little space & peace can be quite tricky a business because 'life' does seem to take over. I am also aware that, although it is hard, getting involved & allowing yourself to be consumed in these circumstancial situations is definitely not good health wise. Being able to share a little of the burden with friends (& I thanks those who have been there to listen to my rants, blessings kind ones, you know who you are! x x) has been a relief. However, being able to 'go within' & step inside yourself is a wonderful gift & something which seems to create so much peace. It is there that you are able to become humble. It is there you are able to become one with the divine. (I am reminded of this by visualising Jesus vividly whenever I do allow time to meditate) & it is there you can allow yourself to be suspended in time & supported by guides, beings & angels who always support you & never, ever let you down.
I suppose this blog is much more of a reminder to myself that in order to gain strength, I must allow time to go within. I hope that you all will do yourself the very same kindness.
Take care. Light & Blessings. Om Shanti X x