My goal when I started writing blogs for my website several years ago was to post one every two weeks. And I’m waaay behind that now – my apologies! It was what was recommended by my website designers at the time and to be honest it felt daunting to me. Heck, it’s only been within the last two years that I made the leap to Twitter. And mostly because there’s a wonderful app that I can load up with tweets and it does the work for me. I know that social media is one of the best ways for me to continue to partner with my own species and to make myself available to the largest possible audience. After all, the world is in desperate need of those who can help others heal. That most definitely is me.
As an ambivert – think half introvert and half extrovert – I find it a challenge to strike that balance of being comfortable and still feel based in authenticity when I’m on social media. I do recognize that this is part of my life path this time around and that the Universe knows better than I do pretty much all of the time. Trusting this helps me to feel centered. In the end, it comes down to surrendering this human experience to soul path and the light being known as me in this life time. From that point it’s easy to be bracingly authentic and share openly about my own path so that others may see it as a light for them. So a dance of sorts ensues between soul path and human experience, one leading with the other following. Sometimes, of course, toes get stepped on and human experience tries to lead. Those are the times that my body reacts with discomfort and I know it’s time to become even more revealing if possible. Such as right now.
Of late, the dis-ease called MS in this lifetime has woken up within my body for yet more awareness. Some of you may even be familiar with the term “MS fog” which is part of the package. It’s a bit like being in a nano-time-warp as there’s an out of body experience with synapses firing/mis-firing a half second behind the dimension one currently occupies. My (I’d like to think so) normally calm demeanor starts to show a few cracks of the volcano underneath with filters of tact and restraint falling away. So as a highly sensitive person I tend to shy away from anything that I perceive (key word) may make others of my species uncomfortable. Yet, Animals are direct and sometimes brutally so which gives me pause about hiding that which I don’t feel comfortable about myself. Ah, humans – what a tangled web we weave when we overthink the obvious! Yet, here I am posting this blog for you to read. Success!
So much energy is shifting and rearranging itself internally and therefore externally for all of us. It’s so important to practice non-violence against yourself and move into acceptance of What Is. A new concept perhaps and at least for me, easier to get to at times than the feeling of self-love. We can only do what the body supports us in doing – more on that in my next blog which will be on time! Until then, I’m holding sacred space for all of us.