Breathe it In, Dance it Through

Breathe it In, Dance it Through

Breathe it in, dance it through.

Breath it in.

Dance it through.

Permission to feel it … whatever it is, to breathe it in, to dance it through.

I started this morning as I woke up and yesterday jumped in almost instantly … and the day before and before … a series of intense and challenging days, filled with emotions I haven’t wanted to experience.

Breathe it in. Dance it through.

Breath it in. Dance it through.

A chance to stop pushing the week away.

To breathe it in in all of its intensity.

And it has been intense … a car that (again) wouldn’t start,  bringing up a sense of hopelessness, bordering on despair that this may never change, this feeling of always being on the brink of financial disaster, this feeling of being squeezed tight until there is no squeeze left.

A week where I’ve deeply questioned my services as a web designer/developer. Who do I think I am … everyone I know is better at this than I am …

Instead of pushing it away this morning, I breathed it in, beginning to dance it through, before I even left the house for Saturday morning’s sweet dance practice. The medicine began.

A dancing tonglen meditation. A dance of acceptance of what is. A dance of release.

A release INward, into the love that I Am …

For the past two weeks, (at least) I’ve written the following words (from Abraham of Abraham Hicks ) across the top of my journal pages as a reminder –  every morning.

Be selfish enough to demand alignment.

Be SELFISH enough to demand alignment.

Be selfish enough to DEMAND alignment.

Be selfish enough to demand ALIGNMENT.

Dance it in, breathe it out.

Breathe it in. Dance it through. Release IN to yourSelf.

Release IN to the Love that you are, in every cell of your body.

Release IN to the wellbeing that is your natural state.

A release of the well practiced resistance.

Breathe it in, Dance it through.

Again and again.

And …

Be selfish enough to demand alignment.

                                                         Abraham-Hicks

 

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