I just spent the weekend in Boston hanging out with friends that I grew up with, and attending my 30 year high school reunion. It was amazing to feel so much love for so many people that I knew back when I was in such a 'haze.' It really wasn't the best time of my life, although it provided me with great fuel and desire for so much more that led me to become of seeker of Truth.
It was beautiful to see how different I felt around these same people. It really inspired me share that if you are still suffering from your own childhood wounds, please know that it is only temporary. It is not the truth of who you are. When you can move towards what feels dark inside of you, you see that it is actually the road to the light. Our "stuff" doesn't get in the way of our path, it is our path. Once we choose to face everything, then we can experience greater freedom, connection inside and out, and live a life that is in congruence with our deepest self.
William Blake poetically spoke about this, "If the fool would but follow his folly he would become wise." Thank you for your courage to keep showing up, facing your fears and stuck places, and becoming more and more clearly who you are meant to be.