As you continue to ask yourself, What is completing? during these unprecedented times you may have noticed fear, anxiety, judgment and/or old beliefs surfacing. This is to be expected. Our human nature’s agenda is safety and security based on the status quo no matter what! Expect a bit of push back as you allow shifts and change to come forward.
What is deconstructing? and how do you weather coming apart without slamming on the breaks or holding on for dear life (commonly called control). Deep breath in and exhale. Yes, you can teach the Human Nature new ways of approaching letting go and also create new reference points for safety and security inside.
Step One – Be aware of your feelings. The body is a good messenger giving your signals of contraction, stress, numbness or pain. Pay attention and breathe. The breath is a great way to send life into feelings and areas of your body that are holding or shut down.
Step Two – Accept. Whatever is going on – feelings, thoughts, fear, What ifs??? Disaster flashes etc. Acceptance means letting go of against ness or judgment. Actually talking out loud in acceptance statements can talk you down from experiencing the cliff edge. When you accept you move into a larger space of being with What Is. And in that space you have more wiggle room – more opportunity for a fresh insight, new awareness or unexpected possibility to show up.
Step Three – Ask inside, What am I judging? Are you judging your feelings? Are you caught in an old belief? Are you running an old story or narrative about …? Write these down. This list will be the compost for the new, fresh energy that is about to bust loose inside.
Step Four – Forgive yourself. Write forgiveness statements beside each of the judgments – fears – beliefs etc. I forgive myself for believing … I forgive myself for judging myself …. I forgive myself for judging so and so …
Step Five – Repeat every day several times a day. Each time allow yourself to close your eyes in between each forgiveness statement and take in a nice deep breath. Don’t be surprised that after two or three days of repeating these forgiveness statements another layer presents itself. Deconstructing the old is like that. Look for those deeper un excavated places.
What is completing?
What is deconstructing?
Two BIG questions to move through these days of BIG changes with more ease, grace, breath, space, and self acceptance and loving.