Change is so uncomfortable.
Not changing, is so uncomfortable.
Some of you know, I have been moving through a big challenge for several months involving some voice loss and issues with my neck. It’s been a big deal. Not being able to talk normally, not being heard, how noticeable it is.. how much my neck has hurt (the voice loss is mostly a muscular thing, complicated but I am not ‘sick’, thankfully).
And I have consulted more than a few people.
And It has been deeply humbling… hard.
And also has taught me things that have been life changing.
And brought about deeper healing in all ways.
He is honestly the best, a gift, a true healer of which I have only met a few,
he is one of them.
He gets it in every possible way…
He gets the physical, the postural, the emotional, the past trauma,
and brings a very pure devotional spirituality to the mix in addition to his expertise.
and while he was working with me, i was in an unnatural uncomfortable position physically.
It was uncomfortable and also at times painful.
As my body went into reflexive tension and spasms, he has encouraged me not to allow the reflexes
but to soften into the pain.
As the way to shift the deep patterns.
I trust him and I follow his guidance as best I can, always.
And am learning to sit differently.
Lots of tiny things to be aware of and do differently.
just want to curl up in
Because it IS uncomfortable.
We want new outcomes without having to do it differently.
Change always is, even when it’s something we want and are invested in.
When we trust ourself to be willing, to take new steps, to create new patterns,
And I trust I’m moving towards higher function and healing, praying for that, trusting that is coming.
What comes up for you when you consider making changes and the related discomfort?
What’s your typical response?
Do you get rebellious or stubborn? Do you feel whiny and powerless? Do you get
excited and love a challenge? Do you try to talk yourself out of it?
There is no right or wrong.. all the feelings get to have their say, as I always say…
When we can allow the full experience, and the emotions and the discomfort, we
are more likely to be able to take steps.
Extra compassion for yourself…always a good thing..
Where are you willing to be uncomfortable right now in service of something you really want?
I’d love to hear xo lisa
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