I feel like I write about this feeling a lot, and perhaps I do because it is most definitely one of my lessons during this lifetime. Reading this furthermore and the feeling it gave me exalts this even more...
One emotional outburst with anger consumes the energy you need for exactly seven hours of hard work. #yogibhajan ~ via Gabrielle Bernstein
Yesterday I received news. News I didn't like, but it wasn't really good, bad, or indifferent. It was something I was working towards, on my to do list, and something I was presently and previously aware of.
What got me was the delivery of said news. That is what really hurt. I felt I was not given the ability to defend myself, I felt ganged up on, I felt condemned. As if in the impersonality of the communication I was deemed unfit to be heard. And coming from the source, someone I thought was a true friend, it stung even more.
But that is me, my perspective, my feelings. As one of my favorite author's says, "There are always three sides to everything, yours, theirs, and the Truth that lies somewhere in between." (Sherrilyn Kenyon)
Perhaps its in this time period that I get so nervous, so uptight, so oversensitive to change. Throughout my life December has had the knell of change and pain for me. During a time period where introspection, silence, and solitude reign I always feel that my life is full of torment and remembered pains, and the creation of new ones. But then maybe its not that at all, maybe just maybe its the Universe bringing up these feelings so I can finally sit with them ever so quietly and release them into the ether where they'll haunt me no more.
I hope you enjoyed reading with me this Healing Thought Thursday and that it sparks your own reflection and contemplation! In the comments below I'd love to hear back from you...
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