Letting Go of Emotional Wounds

377There are no emotional wounds that are unable to be healed.  If your wounds are not healed or are not healing as fast as you would like, it is through no fault but of your own.  We are the ones who are in control of our healing.  We are the ones who control how our wounds affects us.  And if you want to take it one step further, we are the ones who turn something into a wound.  Yes, we all have them, and there may be more to come, but it is up to us as to how they play out in our lives.  We can allow them to control and destroy our well-being, sense of peace, and happiness or we can learn and grow from them.  We can turn them into something positive even if it means just accepting them for what they are until we are able to see the light they hold.  So if you live with old or new wounds and they cause you to feel anything less than joy or happiness, isn’t it time to let them go? Isn’t it time to return to the present moment, get back in tune with your Inner Life, release the past, and give yourself some room to breathe again?

Love & Light,

Cindy

3 Replies to “Letting Go of Emotional Wounds”

  1. Hello! I’m so glad you found my little blog and that you listed it here as another resource! I am still at the beginning of my blog, and I don’t get to spend as much time on it as I’d like. I will even admit to feeling a little low and frustrated again. Finding your blog (and then being reminded of my own post!) has really helped! It’s wonderful to read inspiring words of others. I look forward to reading more from you!

    1. Thanks Kate! I really appreciate your comment. I know what you mean about not being able to spending time blogging. I don’t always find as much time as I would like either, but when I do, it is treasured more so than if I were doing it all the time. Love & Light, Cindy

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