...healing hurt



“People are never helped in their suffering by what they think for themselves, but only by the revelation of a wisdom greater than their own. It is this which lifts them out of their distress.

-Carl Jung “


We all recoil from suffering in our own, learned/acquired, rigid roles.

The cowardness to confront grief is the root cause - we avoid our wounded inner-child (uncomfortable emotions).


To get through

  • sadness,

  • depression,

  • guilt,

  • embarrassment,

  • shame,

  • misery,

  • anxiety,

  • apprehension,

  • insecurity,

  • worry,

  • fear,

  • anger,

  • irritation,

  • hate,

  • fury,

  • envy,

  • despite,

  • fatigue,

  • burn-out,

  • weakness,

  • lethargy,

  • boredom, etc.;

we can begin with the understanding that ALL emotions are a primal part of us.


Instead of abandoning our heart, lets open eyes to listen, acknowledge, comfort, love, and care for the inner child (vulnerable feelings) within us.


Each time we’re hurting - either we can run away from our body & feelings as always or as our courageous self, sit the ‘anguish’ in our lap & be with it.


We can try to be one with our breath, the prana, with self-compassion and unconditional self-love for being a human.


Miseries begin to metaphorize once we acknowledge it, embrace it, and sincerely surrender wholeheartedly to it.


Have you ever discovered that by diving deep into our sorrow, we embark on its other end – joy!



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