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Monday, January 25, 2010

Healing Path

A random choice of cards today turned out to be the "Healing" card. This card shows that a situation that has caused concern is on the mend. Well. that's good news and should pull everyone out of any funk they might find themselves in today. Visualizing the situation as healed no matter how hard that is can be a great starting point toward healing. Instead of focusing all your energy on what is wrong visualize what it would be like if the healing had already occurred. Visualization can help in many instances of both emotional pain and physical pain. I made a journal and wrote in the journal in red all the wrongs I believed were done to me by others and when I finished I read it from front to back. Then I built a fire (in a safe place) and burned it and said goodbye to it all with lots of creative ceremony as I watched the ashes and sparks fly away. It helped me release the negative hold those things had on me and helped me heal myself. Not that I am totally over some of those wrongs, but I don't think about them on a daily basis anymore. What are some of the ways you have helped yourself to heal, I am always ready to learn.

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Debra She Who Seeks said...

I believe that healing occurs through introverted thought, examination and resolution. Solitude is needed. Issues must be dealt with directly and head on. There are no shortcuts, in my experience. If someone is not keen on solitude and introversion, then I think a good counsellor can help people achieve the same thing. One day, after a lot of hard work, you're just ready to let it go and move on, unburdened.

Emme Toaye said...

You are probably right Debra, I have always been one to look for the shortcuts in life. Burning my journal did help me heal because I was focusing on the wrongs done to me in my life, but a good counselor would have certainly been the better choice. You are wise beyond your years.

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Oh, don't get me wrong -- burning things helps too! Or cutting them up with scissors -- that's my personal fave!