Anonymous said: Do you think either 'spiritual bypassing' or over intellectualization are dangers in terms of using them to avoid our actual feelings?
Yes, utilizing defense mechanisms to separate oneself from painful thoughts is a detrimental dishonesty with oneself. Do we not push a child from the comfort of it’s womb? Complacency is perpetual stagnation, a state of decay, self destruction.
You and I didn’t survive 14 billion years of evolution to avoid certain inevitable inconveniences. Pain is the essential motivation for transcendence, the oppression we experience demands the resulting initiative to educate oneself. One cannot maintain a constructive presence in Reality if their perspectives are obscured in denial, a mind separated from the body.
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Anonymous said: Hello I am so mortified today I ended up crying at my job! The pressure of everything I'm going through and having to carry so much work load by myself finally crushed me and now I'm so scared I will not have work anymore what should I do?
practice yoga my love… it will not lead you astray. whenever you start to feel that you’re losing yourself… return to your breath. your breath is all that matters. it can heal you or it can stress you out. breathe deeply and calmly… long equal parts of inhalation, holding and exhalation. this seems so simple but helps so very much!!! be here in the present moment. don’t worry until there’s something to actually worry about. it’s perfectly okay and healthy to cry. it’s the most liberating releasing gesture. i love it. don’t ever hold it in. you have work now so be grateful for that. if something were to happen, then it would be just space opening up for new things to come to you <3 everything flows in divine harmony. trust. be strong sweet darling xxxxx
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