The body mirrors the mind.
What I feel you can’t pull out of a cabinet, put in a box, tape it shut and store it somewhere till you are ready to unpack it in a new space.
So many emotions and thoughts surfacing as I continue sorting and packing for a temporary move.
I know It’s important to give them airtime to breathe and bring new light to them or my body may remind me I haven’t dealt with it in the coming days.
Ah… we are always moving forward.
The Act of Physically Moving.
The answer seems simple.
Just detach from your stuff.
Like most things we move through, mastering a virtue is a process.
Create a plan of cooperation with all involved. Imagine the best-case scenario before you start.
Consider hiring professionals for what you choose for any reason you’d rather have someone else help you do.
Pace your physical activities. Breakdown, delegate and spread out the tasks over a few weeks before the actual moving date.
Give yourself time to sort through what comes up for you along the way as you decide what to keep and what to release.
Be sure not to stuff your feelings or expect others will automatically understand how you feel or feel the same.
Communicate, honor and share your thoughts and feelings that arise without judging them as wrong. Find ways to express yourself verbally or through journaling.
Clear out and change any outdated thoughts, beliefs and things which no longer serve your highest and best mind.
Envision the adventure and transition being fun. Imagine what it will feel like when you do.
Look toward the new fond memories you’ll create before, during and after moving forward.
Ultimately it’s your mind and totally up to you.
- Where you are on track toward living your passion and accelerating your innate healing abilities.
- What areas you need to focus on to develop and advance your healing practice and career.