Posts tagged heroine's journey
How Difficult Times Can Reveal What Matters Most

It was one of the deepest and most frightening crashes I’ve had. I felt like I was dangling on the edge of an abyss. Too sick to actually be a person, I felt most at ease with my eyes and mouth closed—face-to-face with the dark black home of all that is and all that will ever be.

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Who Are You Becoming As A Result Of What You're Living?

Something is being revealed. Just beneath the surface of what seems to be. You might not like it. You may wish for something other than what is presenting itself but if you lean in and look, if you listen and feel, you will see that something is being revealed—something essential.

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What To Do When The Sympathy Runs Out

Months (or years) have passed since your break-up and you’re still talking about it; your friends can’t stand the mention of your ex's name. You’re still suffering physically and emotionally from some lagging chronic illness; people have long stopped calling to ask how you are.

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Finding Your Soul Tribe In Difficult Times

One of the more challenging aspects of being on a growth path has got to be having to say goodbye to people who no longer fit the emerging picture of our lives. This is the case whenever we go through a big transformation. Falling ill, entering a period of depression, divorce, or even deciding to stop partying can completely capsize our social world.

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How to Use Alone Time as a Catalyst for Healing and Transformation

I’ve spent more time alone in the last few years than in the rest of my years all put together. As I connect with more people on the healing path, I’ve discovered that spending absurd amounts of time alone is the reality for most people living with chronic illness.

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Finding Solace in Impermanence