Wednesday, July 28, 2010

The Good Times

"Write your Sad times in sand. Write your Good times in stone." George Bernard Shaw.  I find that so many people tend to write their sad times in stone.  Now, don't get me wrong here, this is after all what keeps me in the business of healing....helping people to find a way to let go of the sad times and establish  better connections to the good times is all a part of healing.  But sometimes people allow themselves to become entrenched in the negative and forget to embrace the positives in the moment!

So I would like to invite all of you to take a sad moment, write about it in the sand...this can be on the beach or in a bowl of sand....and then leave it there.  Notice over the next few days what it does.  I have found that as the writing fades, and it will fade, so do the emotional hot buttons around the issue.  Try actually works!

Blessed Be

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1 comment:

Gail said...

This post links directly to the one about illusions. The heat of emotions we generate and then attach to our experiences, happy or sad, dissipates at the rate we choose when we choose to write in sand or in stone. Experiences are illusions that help us learn and grow, and our Higher Self knows that. Sand and stone are illusions which fade over time - one merely takes longer than the other to disappear.