Acceptance… the mindset of healing

facial-swellingI just posted a new article on my healing blog.

It is worth reading, although a little terrifying... It connects well with my articles of acceptance, allowing, resistance...

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Author: Sophie Benshitta Maven

award winning architect, magazine publisher, transformational and spiritual coach and teacher, self declared Avatar

4 thoughts on “Acceptance… the mindset of healing”

  1. Sophie, I would like to thank you for writing on resistance.

    The past several days of articles were just what I needed. It just gets clearer. I am actually beginning to see it in my life. I’ve been practicing accepting, willing for things and people to be the way they are and where they are…. It’s been the hardest thing for me to do.

    After the nerve damage, my pain in my head and jaw was so bad I couldn’t even think straight. The knee jerk reaction was exactly how you described it. I am laughing now looking back. I did allow it the way it was and that’s how I survived it. I just left it where it was. I am much better now almost back to normal.

    I am hoping to keep going… keep allowing and accepting. It is the hardest thing I’ve ever done. Learning a language, or building a house is easy compared to this work. Thank you!

  2. Amy, you don’t say it, but I assume you mean it’s worth the effort, even though it’s hard.

    What do you think it was like for the first fish that tried to make it out on dry land? Hard? lol

    You are, if you continue, creating a new species… because even though human and human being look alike, they are NOT the same species. One is unhappy and the other is happily growing to the sky.

    Thank you for sharing.

  3. Yes, it’s definitely worth it Sophie. Even though when I told myself I will do this no matter what, the knee jerk reaction was: my mind said ” It’s too much work, you won’t always remember it, you’ll probably fail and blah, blah, blah…” But after our playground on knee jerk reaction, I became more aware and started to watch and observe that my knee jerk reactions want to keep me the same and miserable. Hmm…interesting…

  4. Hell yeah! Isn’t it amazing that the most brilliant solutions in life are also the simplest? Hm… interesting. lol. Thank you Amy, I needed to laugh. Whole heartedly. xoxo

    By the way, if you want to learn this brilliant way of “arresting” knew jerk reactions, like Amy has, that was the last Sunday call… and you can get the recording here

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