When I finally found the courage and started speaking my truth, owning my story, and feeling like I deserved to be here, the physical pains started to lessen. As I learned to feel like I had some worth and I let some joy in, the blocks started to shift and move and I let some energy flow to that part of my body that was so wounded. I sent love to the little girl that was hurt and told her that it wasn’t her fault.
I am breaking up and breaking out and moving on. Celebrate with me.
In the interview with Father James Martin called Finding God in All Things, there were so many things that he mentioned that reminded me of the importance of the work that I do, which is to bring these amazing and beautiful messages together across those boundaries. When Father Martin speaks of St. Ignatius and how he “wanted us to be free of anything that kept us from following God” it reminds me of how St. Theresa teaches us to let go of all the things of this world that are clouding our vision, keeping us busy, and keeping us separated from God.
My book is being re-birthed into a larger sphere with a broader reach.
I was just at another Used Book Store looking for some inspiration and wisdom from the stories on the shelves and I wondered as I walked the aisles how I will feel when I first see one of my books at the Used Book Store. At first I thought it would be sad that someone … Continue reading A Journey Towards Letting Go
I wrote the book The Birth of Magdalena about healing your wounds and finding your power. It is a story about a journey, shared in hopes of inspiring other women on their own journeys towards healing . We do not only carry our own wounds with us, we are carrying the effects of wounds that went unhealed … Continue reading The Birth of Magdalena: A Personal Journey Towards Healing