I give up 🙏 ❤️

I give up. I have spent so much time feeling afraid, trying to be on high-alert 24/7 and constantly looking over my shoulder. No more. Life is way too short to spend it being afraid of what might happen. I give it up, and instead, I relax into a gentle, warm, soothing trust that life will work out beautifully well.

Be kinder to yourself, especially when it feels really hard ❤️

Take it in your own pace. One breath at a time. Some days are harder than others. Be kinder to yourself, especially when it feels really hard. Take a step back from all the chatter of the world. Take a step back, close your eyes and breathe deeply.

Don’t push through the pain or hide under your anxiety. Just close your eyes, take a deep breath and acknowledge how you feel. Sooth your raging anxiety. Sooth your burning insecurity. Sooth your racing heart.

When you listen to your body, when you acknowledge how you feel and when you try to sooth yourself into feeling relief – you are healing.

Everything that happens to you, is of value

Gently remind yourself tonight that everything that happens to you, is of value. It may not be so clear to you right now, but one day it will all make sense. 🙏

Just like the beautiful, pure lotus flower emerging from the muddy water

Just like the beautiful, pure lotus flower emerging from the murky, muddy water – there is value in everything that happens to you. Let it all inspire you to find your inner strength and use it as motivation to blossom into everything you desire to be.

Most people are afraid of suffering. But suffering is a kind of mud to help the lotus flower of happiness grow. There can be no lotus flower without the mud.” —Thich Nhat Hanh

The magical key to not only recovering, but thriving

What if the worst thing that ever happened to you, could be the best thing that ever happened to you as well?

What if this is what finally inspired you to change how you view yourself, how you view life – how you view everything!

You can’t change what happened to you, but you can change how you view it and that is your key to not only recovering, but thriving.

No matter how dark the night might be, there will always be a golden morning

No matter how dark the night might be, there will always be a golden morning. There is always hope, hope of a brighter tomorrow.

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