We all have baggage. You know the type. That emotional, mental stuff that seems to drag us down and pop up at the worst possible time.
We’re carrying past wounds, family patterns, beliefs we’ve outgrown, and memories that hold us back.
These keep us from seeing others as they actually are. These keep us from seeing the invitation to oneness and interconnection that is all around us.
But perhaps even more importantly, they keep us from being fully ourselves. They keep us from experiencing something new.
We’ve got an intense couple of weeks where the energy is asking us to purge. Purge. Not simply a gentle cleaning of our patterns and habits. Not rearranging the clutter of our emotions. Not decorating the negative triggers we continue to carry. But purge.
Who are you? Why are you?
When we begin to examine these two questions, we begin to find things in our life that don’t fit our answers. Those things that don’t fit are the things we need to purge.
Let’s be clear.
The majority of these are not things in our external landscape such as jobs, relationships, or material items, although some may be. The majority of these things are in our internal landscape.
It is an inside job. Put intention and attention towards your own healing.
Let love in. Pour loving kindness into all the hollow, broken spaces within.
Dance to your own tune.
Find your own path.
You be you.