For me, the pandemic has taught patience and reminded me how grateful and blessed I am. It's slowed my busyness down. These are uncertain times but they have allowed me to grow in important new ways.
Thank you for your question.
I became more aware of my triggers - not only caused by others, but also by my tendency to think about what others told me in the past, what they can tell me or do to me in the future and also some virtual interviews with them - which is all preventing me from being in the present moment and being at peace. It intensifies, when I forget to take care of myself, to have enough sleep and proper food.
When I feel stronger, I am able to be with my feelings of unworthiness more compassionately and to comfort my inner child, who is scared.
So I am grateful for the possibility to realise this, and I am committed to stay with this I think long and slow process of accepting what is and continual forgiving my imperfections and those of others.
But still I believe that it is worth continuing mainly in these times of uncertainty.
Hi Luanne, hi everyone, I have deepened my relationship with my familiy, with nature and with my body. I have realized, that some of my pain doesn`t only come from childhood trauma but from a part of myself, which is very harsh and demanding with myself and I am finding ways to become a witness of that critical part which has very high expectations and wants to hold me in the prison of perfectionism. I am happy because I feel that something is moving inside of myself as for this problem. Love, Eva