True Acceptance

True Acceptance

Truly accept… It is a monumental thing when you hit that moment when you let go of what you’re holding against your father, mother, spouse, child, the world. This has happened quite recently for me on some fundamental fronts. I’ve worked hard, hard on me, hard on everyone and everything – for almost 30 years. But lo and behold, and mercifully, the clouds have parted. Clear skies are right there in the offing, still flanked by some clouds but beckoning to me. I’m in the process of RSVP’ing double time.

Interestingly for me, despite my deep anger, I have been blessed with an optimism and an idealism – and a certain awareness and appreciation of those delightful and heart-saving experiences, maybe few and far between, but they’re there aren’t they? Beacons of a life that can be quite nice at the least, and, at best, maybe even tangibly free.

These precious moments, which I encourage you to mine as ways of increasing your heart connection, have likely saved me from harming myself and others even more. This I’m grateful for because I do so love humanity. Now, and by the day, I’m showing that more, which is fun and irresistible.

The thing is, I consider myself as having been in the upper echelons of people difficult to deal with. I’ve been a serious handful – no doubt for good reasons. And I can still go to that place, however briefly. So much confusion, frustration, unconsciousness.

The other thing is, I am so many of you. We all find ourselves somewhere on the trauma continuum – and act out accordingly.

In short, most of us can heal in a notable way. Healing is real. It doesn’t matter that so many might not believe that. It only matters what you believe and choose. We are a completely alone in this decision for how we are going to experience the rest of our lives. And whatever we choose, we choose. And that’s that.

I love you all, including some of you who regularly like and share my posts. This community, my engagement with you, has played a notable role in my ever-increasing peace and joy. I super appreciate and thank you.

Peace and love sisters and brothers.

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2 thoughts on “True Acceptance

  1. Hey brother, so good to hear you are moving along on your journey, healing and Loving life. I always love your little posts but this one seems to show a real shift in progress. As my life seems to mirror yours I look forward to following suit. Grateful for you in my life bro! Ps your very cute nephew is you in the mirror- pre school:-). Take care

    1. Brother, lovely to hear from you. And interesting comment about my nephew. He looks quite a bit like my daughter when she was his age – and she does look quite a bit like me 🙂

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