Hand on Heart
I partook in Gabby Bernstein’s session Happy Days today. Intuitively, a life-changer. It’s not like a gravitational laser; this shift is a little more subtle and at a more obtuse angle. That could be hyperbole (in the opposite form), yet the lessons, connections, and experiences I had today will carry lifelong changes.
It’s not just the block of the day that’s on the immutable ledger; it’s also the exposure and openness and being able to voice my appreciation directly to Gabby. I got called upon in the last section of the meeting to connect with her on the main stage, and although I was far from eloquent, open, or insightful, it was nice to know she’s seen and heard my gratitude. I’m not sure she understands its magnitude, yet it was a direct conversation.
Gabby’s recommendation to the group is to put one hand on our heart and the other on our belly to ground and centre in safety with ourselves. I’ve done a big thing in the past few months when feeling uneasy about rubbing my hands on my heart. I even found myself tapping the ‘gambit point’ on my hand when feeling nervous in a friend’s car today. I also know that I’ve wished to exile and destroy parts of myself that are potentially harmful coping mechanisms. I trust myself more tonight, and with my 2022 yearly journal being titled “Developing Our Trust,” I see how the title is appropriate for this year as the previous two years’ titles were accurate (Leading up to A Year in Change and A Year in Change).
I can sense the arc, yet know I’ve yet to embark on some of the most fantastic parts of my journey. I’m also thankful I need not do it alone.
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