Conversely, many of you are early on in your self-healing, and as such, healing one issue can naturally lead to a shift that opens a gate to a host of other issues. Some people may conclude that they have done something wrong, when in fact they've done something very right. This is a common juncture for those carrying intense pain and trauma to self-sabotage their healing and turn back.
The energy and the subsequent life shifts that arise after healing an issue are new territory for most people, but it's also not without additional support. That additional support is your expanding awareness and willingness to go into difficult feelings. From that dedication, you can get into a healthy cycle of self-growth--expanding and contracting as you move through different issues--and naturally growing into the life that resonates most deeply for you.
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However, many of you know that what is familiar isn't necessarily healthy, and some of you who have begun to heal have learned how your standard way of feeling may not actually be a good way of living. But whenever we release an issue, we move through a kind of strange land of transition before settling into a new way of living. This timeframe requires care and appreciation so that we don't run to the next thing in life and waste our energy that needs to grow roots more deeply into this moment. It can feel really strange for awhile, but sometimes, that's just because you're not used to feeling you--a healthy you. As such, don't be too quite to label this shifting time period, and be slow to make major decisions in life.
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