What you hold out from you cannot heal.

Emotions held within us with loving compassion open and deepen our heart.

Learn to move towards yourself when you are struggling.

Recognise how you move away from yourself when you don’t like your experience.

The blessing of connection deepens and wholeness comes, when we can be with and allow all parts of us, all aspects of our humanity, and offer it all up with honesty to the sky.

Practice moments of releasing what you think you know and be open in the space of not knowing.

Truly trusting yourself is not about believing in your own ideas and beliefs.

Who you are is much bigger than any perspective, belief or mind structure.

To learn to trust yourself is to know your presence beyond thought and to be willing to let go of controlling everything so much through how you think about things and instead lean into the immeasurable.

Through residing in kindness for our unhealed self, we become an embodiment of compassion.

This compassionate being is our true, complete Self; able to include and embrace all that appears incomplete. for a time we need our unhealed parts and experiences to help us seek this love within.

Learn to observe and bring awareness to the different parts of yourself and how they show up.

When we learn to identify our
sub-personalities, we realise they are not who we are and we step back into our observer position.

Knowing ourselves as this place of awareness, wisdom can come, reaction is released and compassion can fill the space.

What position your mind takes doesn’t have to encompass or define who you are or who anyone else is.

We are more than a collection of opinions, ideas and beliefs. We are a human heart, a soul, a living embodiment of consciousness.

Thoughts come and go.
Our attachment to them can be fickle and unreliable, or stubborn and damaging.

No thought in itself is rock solid truth, as we have the innate consciousness providing choice, where we can change or release our thoughts in any moment.

Thoughts can be used as powerful tools to generate connection, intelligence and growth. And yet if we are not consciously awake to our mind, our thoughts run their own course, attach to certain tendencies and generate suffering, division and fear.

Learn to become aware of what thoughts you are following. Are they cultivating gratitude, peace, prayerfulness and respect?
Or are they cultivating complacency, fear, victimhood and blame?

As an adult only we are responsible for our relationship with our mind and how this creates our reality.
Getting help to do this inner work is beyond important. It creates our whole life.

Sometimes we need to trust ourselves more, sometimes we need to let go of thinking we know and be less stubborn.

Ask yourself honestly which direction will bring a new, healthier balance to your way of being and to your old patterns and conditioned ways of doing things.

Nothing is as valuable as true self honesty.

Without the ability to change and grow, we become rigid and hard, or we become self effacing and doubting.

When we’re rigid and hard, we (and those in a relationship with us) suffer more. Banging against something hard hurts and can fracture.
We need to learn to open, soften and have flexibility in our thinking and ultimately surrender.

When we struggle to feel confident, we need to learn to listen, discern and trust our deep knowing.

Find balance.