A post in my Inner Healing Circle membership sparked this small musing that I wanted to share with you because there’s absolute gold in this analogy. Often people say that there’s no end to healing I disagree, there is an end to it. What they mean is that there’s no end to growth, but growth and healing aren’t necessarily the same thing.
In the past two to three years I have been on a revved-up healing journey with sometimes as much as five to six healing sessions with different healers a week. I don’t believe any one healer or any one healing modality gets us to the depths we need to go – so in my own healing journey I have worked with a small army of healers to get to the level of healing I have come.
Now I have reached a place where I have stopped working with most healers currently and just do a session here or there when needed.
Our healing work isn’t endless. Think of it as decluttering your home for the first time, it seems a daunting task and it may take time but there’s only so many rooms in the house and only so much stuff and once you are finished the house is tidy and all you need to do now is keep it tidy.
You will never ever have to go through everything again, because you already did. You just have to make sure that you don’t buy too much stuff and that you keep your things organized.
Healing is the exact same. This work we are doing now is only temporary after lifetimes and lifetimes of accumulation, we are now tidying up our own inner house. That takes time, but it’s not endless and when it’s done we get to enjoy the benefits of living in a tidy, clean and organized inner home.
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With my deepest love,