I am reminded that…Grief brings up the deepest parts of ourselves calling for attention. Loss brings emotional pain. Recovery depends on paying attention to our emotions. We prolong our grief journey when our attention shifts from emotions to analyzing and intellectualizing the story or situation.
So where is your attention today?
Wherever your attention goes,
that person, place, or thing grows.
• Is there a place in your body that’s calling for attention? • Is it on an emotion or thought that’s looping around and around? • Is it something that you wish would have been different in your relationship with a person who’s no longer in your life? • Is it on a local, national, or international situation?
Dear friends, simply pause.
Breathe in. (Deep inhale.) Breathe out. (Cleansing exhale.) RelaxAsk, “Do you have a message for me?” or “What is mine to do?” and after listening…
- Write a letter of healing to yourself, or someone else, or to someone you’ll never even know.
- Appreciate shared love, laughter, and joy. Or, turn to the first person, place, or thing you see and smile.
Wherever your attention goes, that person, place, or thing grows.Love all around, above, below, to the left and to the right, before you and behind you, Georgena
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