Treasures from my childhood trauma
Can you believe it? We have already reached MAY 2022.
I know it sounds like a repeat but I truly cannot believe how fast time runs these days.
Maybe it has to speed up. Maybe time is offering us a way to point out that we are here on this still beautiful planet for a limited time and that we are reminded to make the most of it.
I have an unusual time of looking back at my past and my memories. Usually we do that at the end of the year or at our birthdays or at special events.
Currently I have neither of these yet what brings up a lot of memories is my move.
Yes, I moved. Again:)
This time hopefully for a longer period. My son bought a house in Nelson (New Zealand) and I am living in it. How grateful I am :) Yes, we worked together towards this goal but I would not have been able to do this on my own. Banks are quiet reluctant to offer a mortgage once you have reached the ages of the wise :)
So we have cleared a storage facility that I used for the time I was away. Besides everything being pretty dirty (the unit was not sealed and I leave the rest to your imagination) I am 'unpacking' memories.
One of the treasures I found was my diaries from 1983 and one from 1979.
I started reading them and it took me back into my childhood and youth. And that was a pretty sad road down the memory lane. Boy was I serious and also ‘wise’ beyond my years if I may say so.
I then looked at my life today and went back the last 7 years.
What has changed from then and what remains? Sometimes it is the little things that we are still ‘attached to’ in our grown up years. We don’t really notice them because they are so familiar.
The only question for me is: do I make the most of my life on this earth? Am I really living or am I still repeating patterns of my childhood, my ancestors and if so are those patterns supporting me here or limiting me?
I feel that I certainly have done a lot of work on my limiting patterns.
Looking at my diaries I can see how lost I was. How I did not trust anyone and how I was searching for ‘that something else’, that mantra that guided my journey to this day.
How are you doing in relation to ‘making the most of your life’? Are you thriving? Are you happy? Do you have peace of mind?
Or is your life still feeling like an uphill battle? You have done a lot of work on yourself yet there is still something that does not sit quiet well with you?
All I can say is that we are all here at this incredible time (so much is changing on so many levels) and we are asked to make the most of it. How do you know? It is this inner yearning, a quiet voice inside getting louder, a guiding towards unexpected meetings or circumstances.
Deep inside YOU KNOW.
Our so called ‘outside world’ is doing a great job of keeping us busy and distracted, sometimes even in fear.
I would like to inspire you, almost urge you, to go inward NOW. Find 10 minutes in your busy day. 10 minutes is all it takes. Switch off from everything. Find your preferred method to go inward (walk in nature, sit under a tree, listen to classical music, meditate, do yoga OR 2 POINT (still my preferred method to this day).
Listen to your calling, your voice, and your inner child.
Release what is no longer needed, heal your relationship with your younger you, let go of expectations on how your life ‘should’ be and connect with your essence.
Your essence is indestructible, joyful, resourceful and so much more.
THAT part of you is needed now and has waited such a long time to be released from its ‘prison’ (your self-imposed limitations).
I want to support you on that journey.
I am starting free sessions (every 3 weeks) to help you do all the above.
Are you ready to make the most of your life here on earth AND by participating or sharing in these sessions contribute to a global transformation?
Then here is your invitation. Click HERE for your link.
The link will always be the same for this year.
I can’t wait to see you there.
Let’s make the most of our time here and now.
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- 4 May 2022
- 7:34 am
Catrin is so true and so effective with her simple method... Deep gratitude to her