Make your Self a priority and go to the source of a problem.
Often when a person hears “go to the source of the problem” they can think of what physically caused the problem that could be elsewhere in the body, or find the situation that is causing a mental stress that caused the physical problem.
If I told you that going to the source of the problem was to lift up the ego-veils and go to your deep source, your Inner Self, to better collaborate and see what is not aligned between your Soul and your ego… and go to the Source of your Being.
Your Inner Self seeks to capture your attention by sounding alarms. Your ego challenges you with negativity and dis-ease when there are misalignments.
Life is beautifully sprinkled with life lessons to remember and find our Authentic Self. It is through these negativities and dis-ease that we can let go of the control of our ego and give it back its role as an ally. It is often through these difficult or even intolerable situations that a person (finally) surrenders to him/her Self.
One cannot see the magnificent stars without the darkness, and often the denser the darkness, the brighter the stars will be to guide one’s path.
I am inviting you today to take the time to be the observer of something that is taking too much mind space, or a physical discomfort or dis-ease you are experiencing. While you might tend to this with a specialist or some medical care, take the time to seek within what is there for you to be aware of. What is your Self calling your attention to? I am here if you need help with this. You can also visit few links below to enjoy meeting your Inner Self.
Remember to Breathe In, let go of your ego-based thoughts and vision, see from your Soul, and Love Out!
Dr. Nathalie 🙂
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