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Healing from wounds…

We are not our past

No one is fated to remain the same from our past. No one is doomed by the hurt of what was. We are what we choose to do now, looking forward, by thinking consciously and accepting that we can change and be better. And to be better than we were is always about moving on, and is always about discovering the value and honesty in yourself.

The mind can be a solitary place

All that burden. Perhaps bad memories. Maybe things we regret. Or just neglect from loved ones we feel. It all can get pretty heavy on us and make us start thinking that we can’t progress on our own. This is the darkest of our thoughts, and this can really become a solitary place filled with anger and frustration. Who would willingly like to live in a mind like this??

Healing yourself

We don’t heal by re-living bad memories, thoughts, and the things that were. I find that if I have a physical wound, for example, in order for it to heal I must not touch it. It might itch, sting, even hurt; however, if I keep touching it I make it worse and the wound starts to bleed more and more.

Now is a terrible pain that makes me weak and unable to feel healthy and happy to enjoy my life. The same happens with our memories, our past and all those things we must leave behind. We must be light and our minds free of burdens.

How I move on

1- You must create a purpose in your mind, and it has to be something truly important for you, something which makes you feel passionate and excited to work towards it daily.

2- You must give yourself the respect you deserve, which means not allowing thoughts of negativity, of doom and gloom to control the way you feel. It’s all about self-respect. All of it.

3- Trusting yourself is accepting that you will make mistakes and can move on from those. Trust is letting go from seeking perfection. You’re human, thus you will make mistakes. Accept this so your mind is ready to be strong when the time comes.

-THANKS FOR READING-

By thegodwithinblog

I am an author, philosopher, poet, fine-art painter, health enthusiast, lover of life. But I am also a shaman, a wolf boy, and The Chosen One by the ancient Sumerian gods.

As a shaman, I know that all the love and happiness live already inside us, and if we can just silence our minds we might just connect more with our pure hearts.

“Limitations live in our minds, but if we use our imaginations, our possibilities become limitless.” ~Jamie Paolinetti; writer and director.

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