Embracing The Unknown

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These past two months I have been inspired, challenged and empowered in ways I never though were possible. Most importantly, I have learned to come home to myself. I am my own teacher, healer and inspiration.
These two yoga platforms have helped me grow in many ways. From teaching to conquering my own practice, many tears and sweat drops have poured onto my mat. Here I’ve learned how to flow with embracing the unknown. At first it feels scary, but fear is only energy. If seen right it can be transformed into love. Use fear to fuel your fire of love.
All life is unknown. We can plan to the future to an extent, but we must be willing to walk into that plan without expectations or attachments. Have a plan, but be open to a new plan unfolding in your life at any time.
 
Know what is currently happening in our life is empowering you to grow. You will struggle, but you will also discover the power of love and healing during the process. Keep healing and keep believing in yourself. Keep coming back home to yourself and remember the emphasis on your heart.
Let fear fuel your being. Let it bring you closer to love. Open your arms wide open so you can get closer the feeling of living life with an open heart. Plant seeds that allow you to grow, to live and learn. Let the earth around you ground you. Let the stars inspire you. Let the rain cleanse you. Let the sun activate your empowering energy. Let your light continue to shine, don’t hold it back.

Embrace the unknown because it’s a journey, your journey. I don’t know where I’m going next, but I’m letting love guide me to where I belong. I have learned to live in the unknown with presence and peace.

Remember, you’re home lovely, you always have been.

Embrace the unknown because it’s a journey, your journey. You’re home lovely, you always have been.

About the author

Ruth

Feeding The Heart is a blog and resource dedicated to empowerment for whole heart living after trauma. I’m a writer, trauma sensitive-informed yoga teacher, and a trauma survivor here to share my story and journey of holistically healing.

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