Are you willing?

Here’s to your full healing. Be courageous ! It’s time ❤️🙏 Would you be willing? 💕🙏

Healing broken relationships – right now we have time to process in a way we might never have had before.

For most of us, having a broken relationship might mean we are having a difficult time knowing how to fix it – or find a way back, OR even worse, unwilling to find a way back.

But until it is repaired, it’s going to keep being in your way and will impede you from fully moving forward.

It’s unfinished business.

Like a broken arm or a broken leg that’s unhealed, a broken heart that is hurt because of a relationship, and remains broken in your mind and heart, is unhealthy and will impair your ability to live your fullest life.

In fact, an unhealed heart can increase your anxiety, increase uncertainty, increase heartache and impair you emotionally, physically and spiritually in a way that nothing else can- Because singularly, that broken relationship is internal… It’s broken inside of you- your inability to trust and think differently is coming from your insides. I promise you that underlying hurt invades every single way you approach people… It can’t help it -it’s spills out… You owe yourself more than this…❤️

We might be stuck, unable to see our way through and just afraid and unwilling to step into something that’s painful… But what happens if we would just be willing to consider another way? With humility and a simple adjustment of thought, we can make all the difference into our own world to opening that door…

What happens if instead of believing the person that hurt you is bad, why not take a different approach? Why don’t you shift your thoughts to a different view by considering, maybe the person, like you, isn’t all bad and has good in them too? What happens if you decide to see them as good and focus on that? What we focus on grows either good or bad. Are you the one who has made them in your mind, so bad that now you can’t reach out, or are too far gone? It’s never too late. Love can heal anything, if you let it. What story have you told yourself? What if you become curious and vulnerable and soft hearted enough to want to know the others story, or perspective ALONG with yours? Have you become the sole authority and knower of another persons heart? That’s a pretty heavy place to have put yourself… it’s too big of a burden and frankly isn’t even realistic, or sustainable.

Our inability to see someone as a complete human (good and not so good) often blocks our ability to find our way through to reconciliation and healing… If you focused on the wrong that someone has done and you are stuck there, why don’t you do yourself a favor and look at them differently? Why not allow some other perspective into your story to create a more balanced and holistic thinking?

Without all perspectives, you are flying with one wing my friend… and you may not see that you are spinning around in the same circle that started when you decided to cut someone out of your life. I promise its what you have done to you that is at stake here.

As far as the person you have shut out, well, they have gifts, and strengths that God has placed within them that you are no longer benefiting from. That’s just sad.

It doesn’t mean that what happened to you or how you experienced things wasn’t real it- just means it’s not the whole story and that’s why you’re stuck…

Open your heart. Consider they have good in them too and start there—- just like you want others to see past your human mistakes and see you with good as well. 🙏💕

You owe yourself the opportunity to be completely whole – without any unhealed areas inside of you… If you won’t do it for you, do it for those around you that you love… Because truthfully, no matter what you think, they are not able to experience all of you…because all of you isn’t fully open. 🙏💕

… Here’s a little episode from the movie The Shack filmed right here in British Columbia that I believe will help you see what I mean…. – Here’s to your full healing ! 🙏💕https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5caGyE8BoXs

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