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Your fear hurts you more than the situation itself – but your fear cannot kill you

Life has a way of working out no matter how dark and hopeless it temporarily might seem. Don’t give up, keep breathing. Your fear hurts you more than the situation itself – but your fear cannot kill you. Breathe through it and realize you are ok, now. You are safe. You are secure. No one is going to hurt you. Open your eyes and realize you have been afraid of nothing but mere shadows in your own mind. πŸ™

Don’t despair because of your sadness, keep breathing – this too shall pass πŸ™

This is so beautiful and something very beneficial to practice. Don’t be afraid of your anxiety or your fear, don’t condemn yourself for your rage and anger and don’t despair because of your sadness. Allow your thoughts to pass through your mind and allow your emotions to feel as they feel while you focus on breathing deeply and telling yourself that it is ok, you are not going to die just because it feels like this and it will pass. πŸ™

Your fear and sadness will come and go as the waves on the ocean πŸŒŠ

The fear you feel blocks you from enjoying life in ways that call you. But that is ok. When you go through difficult times and fear, worry, anxiety and sadness fill your mind chronically, it is like you press pause on your life. Sometimes it is very necessary to give yourself this pause, to give yourself some time to make peace with what happened. Once you have made peace with it, it will be easier to let go of your fear a little.

However, it is natural if fear and sadness comes and goes for quite a while, look at it like waves on the ocean: on days where you feel your worst you are in the middle of a big wave of emotions – but every wave will peeter out. Breathe through it and let yourself heal. πŸ™

Your anxiety and fear are natural and normal reactions to unnatural circumstances and behavior πŸŒΉ

Your anxiety and fear are natural and normal reactions to unnatural circumstances and behavior. The one who hurt you made you go into survival mode for so long, and that is alright allow yourself to step out of your inner suffering, voice how you feel, breathe through it and let yourself heal.

Time does not heal all wounds, you do πŸ™

Let it take as long as it needs – another year or ten years, allow yourself time and space to heal. You are never wasting you time, healing can take an entire lifetime. Be proud that you are still breathing after everything you have been through. πŸ™

All the things that make your heart breathtakingly sad or devastatingly angry teach you something very valuable

Your emotional triggers are your strong indicators of where you need to find healing.

Never condemn yourself for feeling anger or sadnessallow yourself to feel it fully and realize there is something within you that needs to heal – There is pain, hurt and fear within you – and unless you allow yourself to heal from that you will continue to attract people, behavior and experiences that match your inner pain and fear. πŸ™

At night I breathe life back into my body, my mind finds rest and my energy is restored πŸ™

Even the worst of days will turn into a peaceful night. The anxiety will be soothed once the stillness of the night embraces my body, mind and spirit. The quiet darkness gives such a sweet relief for my tired soul. At night I breathe life back into my body, my mind finds rest and my energy is restored.

When my walls are shattering around me

When my walls are shattering around me, when I have no room to breathe and I just want to leave and hide away from the world, forever – how do I find peace again? How do I begin to breathe easy again? Where can I find my strenght? I find it all within. It takes time, and that is ok.

Every breath I take gives me hope of a better tomorrow πŸ™

My heart is still beating for me. Life is still coursing through my veins. In the stillness of the night, when darkness embraces me and gives me comfort, when the entire world is resting, my every breath gives me hope of a better tomorrow.

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