Ease: Do You Struggle or Allow Healing To Occur With Ease

Recently, I focused on the word effortlessness in my video episode on Toledo BizTV Show®.  I shared an example of the total opposite of that in my life so you can see that I don’t always practice what I preach! In this case, however, it turned out to be a wonderful life lesson for me.

I do my own Journey work (the work I do with my clients of releasing old cell memories that get stuck in our bodies) on a regular basis with my colleagues. Just like my clients and all of us, I have cellular memories that can keep me stuck or dysfunctional in my life and relationships from time to time.

In this particular case, I was having what I call a dark night of the soul where I felt totally lost, stuck, upset, mired in frustration and couldn’t seem to find a way out. I felt as though I had to have a Journey process (even though I had had a very deep and healing process a few days before) in order to get through what was going on. I felt I had to get to some catastrophic cell memory in order to have a miraculous, earth-shattering healing!

Karen Kiemnec easeI poured my heart and soul out to a dear friend and healer in a lengthy email explaining what was going on with me and asking for his advice. What I noticed the next day amazed me! I was beginning to feel lighter and lighter and lighter. The issues I’d been experiencing just didn’t have as much of a hook for me as before and finally just fell away.

The act of simply pouring all this out to a friend was all I needed! I didn’t need to understand what had happened, I didn’t need a “huge” miracle healing, I just needed the catharsis of getting it all out.

It showed me that healing can happen in different ways and that it needn’t be a struggle (as is often the way I operate) but can happen with ease and effortlessness.

Do you have ways in your life where you make things more difficult for yourself? What do you do to let go of the struggle?

Let me know if I can help.

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