Healing ourselves one mirror at a time

Nobody can fix you, patch you up, or make you feel better. We are attached and coded to the idea that other people, something outside ourselves, is the elixir to healing, mending, and making ourselves feel free, whole, secure, and have a great life.

Healing ourselves is not about changing who we are; it is about accepting ourselves as we are and believing ourselves to be. That is the first step to healing—-, NOTICING where we are not accepting ourselves. 

We often strive for ideas of what we think will make us happy, give us what we want when, in reality, it won’t. We will never be satisfied; we will be walking around like a hungry ghost, waiting for something or someone to fill us up, heal us, and make us happy, heal us and make us whole.

We can only meet ourselves at the mindset we believe ourselves to be in. 

Suppose we meet ourselves where we are without internal and external conditions. Meet ourselves with kindness without judgment. We would feel a sense of freedom because we don’t recognize the noise within and outside ourselves. We are not on that frequency.

What if we forgive ourselves for things we believe we did. 

Self-forgiveness is the gift we give to ourselves and helps us heal our broken relationship with ourselves; first, seek to forgive yourself because you’ve done nothing wrong, and you will automatically be giving forgiveness to others without uttering a single word.

What we do for ourselves, we do for others. Everyone is a mirror, letting us see where we are at. We can only see what we tune into. 

Learn to recognize yourself in other people—really think about that statement.

 When you understand what it means to see yourself reflected back at you (the good, bad, and the fugly), there is no room for blame, there is no room for judgement, and there is no room to feel like a victim of another person’s actions or words. 

Abusive Relationships are No Exception: Their reflection is no less accurate than that of any other relationship. 

At the root of abusive relationships, you will usually find a severe lack of self-worth in the abused partner, reiterated by their refusal to leave the abuser. The only way to rise above such relationships is through the power of self-love. 

It is the foundation of this great not so secret that everyone is your mirror. 

We either see it, or we don’t; it is as simple as that. 

If we want peace then, there is only room for love, understanding and gratitude. 

We perhaps haven’t noticed, or maybe we do; that there has always only been one common denominator – US in all these repetitive relationships. 

We must be willing to wake ourselves up. Stop being a victim; know we have the power to heal ourselves in any situation by changing how we choose to look at it and ourselves. 

If we want to see, feel, and hear our desires, hopes, and dreams, change the story in your head to one that reflects back to you with your wanted or unwanted wishes and desires.

We are the keeper of love and peace; it begins with us, within our heart, body-mind, and soul. Self-forgiveness is all we need. 

In La’Kesh, I am the other you!

In Touch

Posted by

I am poetically clear about my beliefs which are subject to change as I change and gain more insight. Simply put, I know nothing and everything.

2 thoughts on “Healing ourselves one mirror at a time

Comments are closed.