I love the Toltec saying, “ Who cares?” It helps us get perspective, when the mind or mouth is running away with its stories of woe or blame or hurt. It’s actually quite comforting to get out of the round robin of nasty sticky energy, as we breath and laugh when we hear, “Who cares?”
I suggest we clear the pain and worries, judgment and fear and find the love and truth in our lives. What has occurred has a lot of emotion to it, and needs to be addressed instead of ignored or swept under the rug.
Who cares is the wounded being, the ego, who is always trying to protect us. When not addressed and healed immediately after an incident, it becomes; a bully, an arrogant person, angry, vindictive, silent or depressed, physical pain, disease, or a poor me personality sucking everyone around you dry to feel sorry for you.
Conversations become toxic and people cannot wait to get away. Or, they stay in the conversation with you and add their own pain and suffering and complaining to the mix bringing you both down.
WHERE DO THESE THOUGHTS COME FROM?
I honor the grief process and learning to heal from pain and suffering in all areas of our body and life as important. By glossing over it or churning pain up without resolving it, we become the pain and suffering – mentally, emotionally and physically.
Realizing that everything in our life comes from somewhere we can begin to track our thoughts and feelings back to earlier times in our lives.
Everything we think, do, and are exposed to, have an imprint on our cells, DNA and mind. We develop ways to see the world aligned with these things and our basic personality or being interprets and creates a new reality.
When something scary or bad happens we lose confidence or safety and begin reacting in and outside of ourselves from that moment on. I remember being six when I realized how much every second affects everything and was scared with the reality of that knowing.
What I did not know at six was what I discovered in recent decades, that we can heal from these things and be happy and whole again. We also can make choices to walk away from things and ways of being that we do not want in our lives.
Unwinding your life is a process well worth pursuing so that you do not become sick, depressed or ill as you age. These experiences that hurt us continue to work on us taking us down with them unless we heal. We become that aspect of our parents we do not want to relive, or cranky sick older people.
When you keep speaking of the past over and over again blended with hurt or blame, the stories become worse and farther from the truth. As you relive them now they are like they are still occurring and re-imprint your body and mind with pain and toxins.
HOW TO BEGIN MAKING THE PAST, PAST AND CREATING A NEW FUTURE
When you catch yourself telling these stories in your head or out your mouth stop and breathe. Brake the cycle and just gently let go of the thoughts by blowing them out through your mouth over and over gain gently until your mind becomes quiet and you are peaceful.
Let go of being right or wrong, or others and yourself being good or bad, just let go and breathe. It is the ego that keeps you stuck that cares and keeps making a case for these things keeping the suffering going.
Let go of it should not have happened, or someone needs to be punished, and just breathe love into you, and to others who may be involved. The only true healing can begin by detaching from the pain and remembering healing and love as the answer.
Creating new ways of looking at and living in the world takes effort and desire for a better life and health.
Work with the few things above and allow big changes to begin to unfold. See how simple it can be to begin feeling better, more present, and free.
Enjoy the journey,
Janet StraightArrow, Medical Intuitive Energy Healer, Shaman, Teacher, Sage.
Be The Medicine, Live the Power of You!
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