Understanding My Path


Yesterday, I pondered about my path that I have been here before in this same place with the same situation. When I went to bed, I asked my higher self why I have chosen to relive the cycle again when in the past, I would have been long gone from the situation.  When I awoke, my inner voice told me what I did not expect to hear at all, and I am genuinely surprised by what I heard.

This clear voice in the early dawn told me that I am facing my past, and that with each re-experience, I will react less and less to the situation, and at some point I will not react at all for this is my path.  This is absolutely true in my recent experience of an old pattern.  This old pattern in my life remained the same, but my reaction was completely different.

It is analogous to someone who has a phobia such as claustrophoia.  A therapist would expose a patient to the fear stimuli, such as an elevator, for longer and longer periods each time until the patient no longer reacts to the fear stimuli.  This is what is happening to me.  As I heal, with each encounter of the same past situation, I am reacting less and less, until one day, I simply will not react at all.

I see my path as a spiral that I am intended to repeat the same cycle, but that I have changed during each of these cycles.  There are small cycles and large cycles within this spiral.  Small cycles involve small triggers of every day events.  When we are triggered, it is that an external stimuli has touched upon an emotional wound within us.  When we are very wounded, we will automatically react without being able to control it.  As we heal, we will come to a point that we can choose not to react.  As we are healed, we will not react at all. The big cycle is what I described to you above of a reoccuring situation in our lives.

Once we know what our big cycles are, we are able to understand why we are repeating these situations and the purpose they serve on our path.  I will know that I have healed when I no longer react to individuals who and situations that remind me of my past trauma. I feel great peace in knowing this about my path as this is a huge breakthrough for me.  Only you know your true path, and I realize this morning that I am on my path after all.  Blessings of love, Brooke (Copyright 2014 Kundalini Spirit with All Rights Reserved)

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Author: Brooke Chang

Hi, I'm Brooke who will be taking you on a healing journey to a more joyful life. I will serve as your guide on this healing journey sharing my insights, knowledge and experiences. I hope you will join me!

One thought on “Understanding My Path”

  1. Thank you for your kind support every day. This revelation this morning gave me peace to move forward on my path, and I am grateful for finding my way. Blessings always, Brooke


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