Throughout my life I have experienced a wide array of feelings. To name just a few would include optimistic, vulnerable, amorous, hurt, loved, exhilarated, misunderstood, blissful, abandoned, magnificent, excited, remorseful, paralyzed, embarrassed, apologetic, deeply appreciative, guilty, validated, redeemed and recently, liberated.
I find solace in Power of Perspective for so many reasons. One, is that I can be mindful of the metaphorical context of , especially in retrospect. Wanna hear about it? Here it go…
I gave birth to my youngest daughter completely naturally. She was born in the water at 2:55 am on July 6, 2014. I read a book during my pregnancy called Hypnobirthing: The breakthrough natural approach to safer, easier, more comfortable birthing – (The Mongan Method, 3rd Edition by Marie Mongan, Lorne R. Campbell)
According to their website, The HypnoBirthing® program is built around an educational process that includes special breathing, relaxation, visualization, meditative practice, attention to nutrition and positive body toning. Most importantly it fosters an air of mutual respect for the birthing family, as well as the health-care provider in a traditional health-care system or an alternative setting.
The previous paragraph literally applies to absolutely any and all of life’s “contractions” that squeeze us to encourage and facilitate us to give birth. Breathing and surrendering to the appropriate boundaries my body was setting for itself in preparation to release a new creation.
Life gives us contractions of all kinds. We get squeezed, constricted and hurt just by experiencing the processes that accompany the birth, of anything. We all naturally give birth to the ideas, energetic imprints, people, relationships and dynamics in our lives. Through birth we can experience the release that leaves the space and opportunity for the next conception.
Again, this can be achieved harmoniously by “special breathing, relaxation, visualization, meditative practice, attention to nutrition and positive body toning.”
As I restructure my business (and by default my life), I am forced to not only accept, but also truly define for myself what the process of release it all about (for me). Through my proactive analysis of my life and others, I realize that the release is liberation. Letting go of ideas, habits, patterns, people, relationships and anything else that has run it’s course. It can be a painful process, because we get attached to a current and familiar state of being. We become comfortable and can lose sight of is that we are here to create.
All creations come from my womb. My Honey Pot. My Honest Principles of Transformation. My creations are nestled in experiencing, practicing and sharing self-love and self-care strategies.
The Honey Pot is a space of liberation. I have liberated myself by having the audacity to acknowledge and nurture the very part of my physical and energetic body that has an extreme impact on society and the universe at large.
The Honey Pot is a space of abundance. The Honey Pot is a space of love. The Honey Pot is a space of creation. The Honey Pot is a space of processing. The Honey Pot is a space for release, and new creation.
With So Much Love,