I have to say, I don’t always completely trust the process of change.
I’m probably something of a “fair weather trust-er,” doubting its ultimate results when the change comes in a form different than I envisioned, or the process is uncomfortable.
It’s uncomfortable right now; turns out my injured foot has a fracture.
I’m grateful for the “moon boot” that’s helping me get around better than I have for the last two weeks and making sure my foot heals properly. And I’m grateful to have more support for this healing process.
And I’m glad I’ve cleared a bunch of emotional goo-ga that’s come up since the injury occurred.
But I have moments of unreasonable pessimism about it at times, as well as of feeling sorry for myself.
Yet underneath it all, I know it’s leading to greater strength and wholeness.
Always, I’d like this process to be easier.
And at the same time, I know some go through much more challenging health issues in their process of achieving greater unity and integration.
I am so grateful for all the assistance I’m receiving. And I am calling in more grace, more allowing, and even more support for this healing, on all levels.
Last summer, when a dear friend, upon hearing of my close connection with Mary Magdalene’s mother, suggested I communicate with her, find out her story, I was VERY resistant.
The degree of emotion I felt when I would sense this connection seemed so overwhelming, so intense that I didn’t want to go there.
And yet, I began hearing her voice in my head almost immediately.
Within a week’s time, I committed myself to taking down the messages that Mary Magdalene’s mother wanted to share with us.
This resulted not only in the gifts of The Third Mary: 55 Messages for Empowering Truth, Peace & Grace, but also of clearing up my discomfort in connecting with her, and accessing much more of myself.
I am much more fully present here now, which is an incredible and great gift; one I would have missed had I not made the commitment I did.
So I commit now to being fully present with my current healing process, and of finding as much appreciation for it, in and of itself, as possible.
And I am looking forward to all the positive changes this brings.