Reading these delicious lines at dawn around 4;30 a.m:
“Shame is so painful for children because it is inextricably linked to fear of being unloveable.” p.225, Daring Greatly, Brené Brown
“Daring greatly is not about winning or loosing. It is about courage.” p. 248, Daring Greatly, Brené Brown
This book is a Christmas gift from one of my dear soul sisters T, who lives 3200 km away (South), but close when I need the most.
While I was meditating on those lines, the sun was raising, and my cat was purring and looking at me with grateful eyes, perhaps because she was happy to have me awake again.
Those lines connected me to my past differently.
I thought about the last night’s supper, it had been a delicious meal, but joy was much more evident now as I recalled it than while I was eating it yesterday.
Vegan fish, potatoes with olive oil and tomatoes, steamed carrots, and kale. All organic and bio from Farmer’s Market.
Also I looked at some photos taken in previous day with my crystals… Gifts received yesterday from another dear soul sister Iveta, from 3000 km away (East) hit my heart, and the healing effects of these natural products amplified…
If you are interested, she has an amazing healing product collection to offer you: https://www.ivkaforest.com/skin-products
Day 2. New day. New adventure.
I finished the book, time to go out of bed, and experience new day. Fully.
I know that I am not able to detach myself from the past completely, but seeing it differently is taking a good step for embracing my timelessness.