Regardless of whether or not I’m in a relationship. Living alone or not. Working as a team or not. Traveling or at home. The fact is that sometimes I feel very lonely.
And feeling lonely does not mean I’m by myself, because I’ve felt lonely in a crowd.
I’m investigating … not because I think I’m unusual, I believe that you also feel lonely at times, but because the thoughts that accompany that feeling are uncomfortable.
I’m becoming aware of them, without judging them, but simply allowing myself to be in touch with them.
The thoughts range from ideas of inadequacy… not acceptance myself (and consequently, of others). They include the panic of displeasing those I love and admire, and of “losing their love” (and disappointing myself too, disappointing my idealized self).
These thoughts (innocent and even childish) distract me from my light. And I only became aware of that when I start to investigate each of them with love.
For me, these cute penguins in the photo represent a real surrender to the truth. A confident surrender that I could possibly do this by myself but I don’t have to, I have help.
This picture gives me the humbleness of asking for someone’s hand when I’m paralyzed. And I am grateful for the multitude of hands and love that would be directed at me right now, if I asked.
Would you give me your hand?
And would I give myself a hand?
I keep investigating …
Rafaela Pimpão – Therapist, Coach and Miracle Choice Game Facilitator
James is now in Germany connecting with some of the team organising the Awaken to Love, Global Conference. From 11th November for 2 weeks there will not just be over 100 recorded sessions but even more hours of live events! Please register and you will find something outstanding for you. Something to support you on your spiritual path. Something to take you to the next level. New people to meet and connect with in a 24 hours zoom room. This is a unique event in Spanish, English, German, Portuguese and even a bit of Russian and Chinese. Not to me missed!
Love the Miracle Choice team, Juliana, Catia and James