Change is an inevitable part of life here on earth and the changes we experience can cause a mental conflict and sorrow. In the midst of these changes , it’s important that we don’t suppress, deny, and put our emotions in containers, hoping they just disappear and go away.
There are generally two types of sorrow: the sorrow of loss and existential sorrow. If you have one, or both, make sure you look at them. Feel them. Don’t judge yourself for what you feel or think: Just let what you feel or think “be”.
This conflict can cause us to remain still in the sorrow. We don’t move backward but we also don’t move forward. It is more than okay to stay in this state for as long as you need, but eventually it will be necessary to decide how you will deal with it to move forward.
One path must be chosen over another, and it is important to choose the path that will bring you closer to your inner child, your joy and your most authentic self.
Your sorrow and conflict has reached the end of a cycle and it is time for movement and for you to be the hero or heroine of your own story. Reclaiming your life and recovering from the emotional stalemate is of upmost important. To travel forward we must let go of emotional baggage, childhood pain, fear of life and disassociating from ourselves.
You have felt the depths of your soul and the changes you experience can align you with your true destiny. Transforming our sorrow unleashes our potential and can give us the courage to share our painful experiences with others.
Our personal vision is important and it is important we share this with others who may be in the depths of their own sorrow.
You never know if what you have learned or experienced can help someone else!