I haven’t posted here in a while. I’ve been on a journey, a quest, and I guess I still am. I’ve resisted, persisted, and am starting to own the entirety of my experience. I am realizing that I am perfectly imperfect and that my scars allow my light to shine outward. I am no longer resisting as much, and learning that going with the flow is much easier that fighting the water.
One of the things I have the joy of doing is connecting with people through spirit. I love what I do, and I think I’m pretty good at it. Today I came into work with a different mindset, and really asked spirit to bring to me some of those beautiful clients I have not seen in a while. There are some people who are easy to connect into, and it is always nice to catch up with them.
So, the day started off just as I had asked. Then I noticed a wonderful theme in these individuals… they were all standing in their power in new and exciting ways. Each of them is growing, and from the outside looking in it warmed my heart. One of the things I am so very appreciative of about his job is that I get to see the flowering that happens through my students, clients, and friends that are engaging the spiritual journey. I always like to use the example of my yoga classes: as a new student you do not usually get to see where you are growing, but a few classes in you forget that you are new, but as your instructor I get to see the continued blossoming. What a wonderful opportunity.
I also learn so much about life and spirit from my clients. When we share that sacred shared space for a few moments, we are reflections of one another. Sometimes we have to bring out the windex so that we can look into our mirrors with greater clarity, but we do the work. Today, I got to see people who are doing the work, and living in their process and standing in their power.
What does it mean to “stand in your power”? To me, this means simply owning all your pieces… especially the broken one. We try to sweep them under the rug, but they just crunch under our steps. The cracks in the concrete allow the grass to grow through, the cracks in your experiences are where you shine the brightest. We have to own the cracks as much as we own the light shining through them. The spiritual path comes with a price.. and that is awareness. Once we have it, we have to own it, but this allows us a deeper connection with all of our aspects, our complexes, our struggles. When we have a better relationship with all of our parts, we don’t fight as much. We become better tenders of our own gardens, and our seeds begin to bear fruit.
My clients always remind me that I have work to do. That what I do is valued, but that I am not alone. We are all working towards connection. Start where you are and move from there.
What in you needs to be loved? What is calling for your attention in this moment?
You are Loved. You are Beautiful. You are Divine.