CHaos & confusion are not mine to hold
With all the chaos and confusion in this world, sometimes things can get heavy. But, to remember that you are not alone is a great thing that we can do. Breathe it in, sit with it and then let it all go. Form a support system and head to them when things start to feel uncertain.
I am not certain if people truly understand the importance of a solid support system, especially when mental health issues are present. The more time that passes without resolving issues or tending to your healing and mental health, whether you suffer from mental disabilities or traumas, will worsen your ability to function properly in the collective we call humanity of society. We are all connected and we are all here together, so why not help each other heal in whatever way that we can. The best thing we can do is to focus on our own healing or if you are in a place to help another heal without harming your own energy or path, maybe you should try helping a person you know that is suffering.
Healing is a constant notion. It’s not like you start and do the work and then BAM 💥 you are healed. I wish it was that easy! Or maybe i dont? Maybe that is what helps make life so beautiful…
Healing is something you must do all the time. It must become a part of your life like breathing. Once you start the path to healing, honestly do the work, you will be on your way to living a more full life. You will understand the beauty that lies within you and the universe and how this beauty and light is infinite.
Especially if you are not confident with yourself and don’t take the time to truly love and accept all sides of your being.
People tend to latch onto others when they cannot face themselves. This can create such an unhealthy relationship with yourself and other people in your life. Don’t stay comfortable and play it “safe” in your stagnant energy. Your existence is screaming for you to flow. Dig deep and get to the root of you. Surrender and let go.
Take the time to get to know yourself like you take the time to know others. Make yourself a priority.
Don’t judge others or yourself because we truly do not know and we need to be more open to learning. We don’t always have to say what’s on our mind, but we should always be wary what’s growing (or not growing) up in that fascinating place.
We are what we think, your mind can be a flourishing garden or a barren and lonely landscape. I know it’s hard to take in, but it is actually your choice. - continued in comments
For many years I chose to be barren and everyone always saw the facade of a flourishing garden. I despised confrontation and never wanted to bring anyone else down because of my heavy sorrow due to my past traumas. I kept everything to myself and it was the biggest mistake that I could have done. But, I learned and I slowly started to break out of my shell and share with people who I felt I could trust. This was so new and scary but the more I did it the better I felt. The most important thing I learned to do is accept all sides of myself and choose to grow rather than stay in the dark places that I started to know so well.
Now, I dive deep into my fears and do not drown in my tears. I stand tall and ask for help when needed and take a break when overwhelmed and overheating. We are all in this together and that’s the beauty of humanity. We are infinitely connected whether you want to believe it or not.
Rather than taking the time to judge others, look at yourself and work on what you need to mend. Take the time to be more kind and if you don’t have anything good to say let it go. This applies to yourself and others.