What do you do when your life from behind you steps up front and center and wishes to command an audience with you?
One thing that I have learned over the years that is such a blessing refers to that very question. We don't have to jump back into the pain and memories of whatever the past held for us. We can simply let go and let it flow. We are a culmination of who we were, are, and will be all at once. When the past reaches out into the present, its not always to cause us to stumble or impede forward movement.
True spiritual growth and maturity is gauged by uncomplicated guidelines. No fuss no muss guidelines that wait patiently for us to notice where they are lying in wait to test us. Once you have reached a certain point of knowledge and you are no longer looking back in life, figuratively or otherwise, the tests of strength and balance become a bit tougher.
Throwing a curve ball into your life like bringing something from the past front and center in your present I believe is one of those very tests. To see how well you stand by your spiritual growth when the going gets tough. To put in front of you those things you said you worked through and were "over" is one smashing way to give you the opportunity to prove to yourself that you are strong and standing in balance.
Pointing fingers, laying blame, skirting around the truth, all of these things are lower vibrating energy antics and have no place in the lighter ozone vibrations. All the hullabaloo has no place in a peaceful existence.
Embrace your existence. Give thanks with a clear and open heart for everything you are and all that you have. All those days from the past are a compiled collection of the WHO you are today. The good, the bad, ths sad, the lonely, the happy, the smiling, the laughing, ALL of it!
The simple simple truth is RELEASE....simply accept it all, and then just let it go to let it flow. We are who we are and we grow and expand. Life is a gift to be respected and enjoyed!
Enjoy you life on purpose! Past, Present, Futur
MsPeg is very direct and honest. Her moto is say what you mean and mean what you say.