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“It is never too late for a miracle. The right time for anything to happen is now.”
Like the burning end of a midnight cigarette, we take that last drag as slowly as we can. We do not believe we can catch ourselves, though we always do.
Extroverted intuitives are often master healers.
Day 21: Write an apology letter to yourself.
You assume that when it comes to following your “gut instincts,” happiness is “good,” and fear and pain is “bad.”
It is as though the work is just shining a light in the closet and realizing there were never any monsters inside. It was always only us.
“The Universe is not punishing you or blessing you, the Universe is responding to the vibrational attitude that you are emitting.”
The Give Up Point is a rest stop to turn into during the long drive of the work you’re doing – always keep this in mind – because it will trick you into complacency and stuck-ness if you stay there too long.
If you are regularly anxious about things that you know are irrational, it could be because you’re not leaving yourself enough mental bandwidth to determine what’s true or false.
We can learn to cultivate our intuition by firstly understanding that our emotions, sensations and thoughts are not our intuition.
What happens when you think: “I do not want this feeling?” You are thinking about the feeling. You are creating the experience you claim to not want.
To imply that someone’s mental issues could be resolved if only they did more yoga, or breathed more deeply, or ate better is insulting. Of course they’ve tried that – it didn’t work.
A retrograde does not create “bad luck” or problems in your life. It simply brings to your attention issues that have been lingering beneath the surface.
It is language which restricts us from properly communicating our internal realities many times, thus making authentic dialogue difficult.
“Don’t give up now, chances are that your best kiss and hardest laugh and your greatest day are still yet to come.”