Sunday, November 9, 2014

Father's Deserve To Be Treasured Too!

Father's Deserve To Be Treasured Too!

To those of you who have a father in your life; whether he is biological, stepfather, uncle, dear friend or mentor, please take the opportunity to let him know how much you appreciate him. Thank him for being consistent in your life, for being supportive,  a good provider, a protector,  loving, and encouraging, among many other things. Often, we do think more of mother's being nurturing and loving, but many times father's are more reserved, and silent with their feelings, emotions and even their concerns.  Sometimes they can even lash out, out of worry or fear for their child, but most father's would give their life and all they have for their families.   They can be larger than life to the child, intimidating, tough, insensitive, unemotional at times.  Just remember, there's  a tender heart that beats inside of them, that needs loving too.  Let them know how important they are to YOU! and How much you love them!

Keep in mind how fortunate you are to have a father; even though, they may not be perfect. I guarantee they are not perfect since none of us are.  Many of us, don't have the opportunity to really have a relationship with our fathers or they are no longer here.

We don't need a holiday to remind us, it's time to show your appreciate or love for those important in our lives!

Cheers to all you wonderful fathers out there!!!

Emotionally Cold vs. No Guilt!

Emotionally Cold vs. No Guilt!

A client that receives healing from me, mentioned today,  that she questioned herself because it was so easy to emotionally disconnect from a boyfriend that she had been involved with for several years. When she ended the relationship, she cut it clean and focused her attention on what she needed to do for herself.

She was receiving hypnoses and then started coming for healing for additional support in clearing emotions and blockages so that she could get emotionally centered and focused on what she needs to progress in life.

My observation from our conversation which we discussed;  I found it interesting and enlightening  that we have a hard time letting go of someone or something that we know isn't good for us and feeling okay with the decision. As if, we should feel guilty that we aren't feeling guilty.  It's that old emotion tugging at the heart. When in fact, the best way to let go of something or someone is by detaching lovingly and trusting and feeling a completeness within ourselves that we have made the correct decision.  The completeness comes from knowing I did the right thing.  It's an unconditional love for ourselves and it's honoring ourselves by taking care of us. 

A Mother's Love Never Ends

Today while doing healing with a client who recently lost her brother, this message came to me. "I was there to support him coming in to the world and I was with him when he was leaving."  

My clients mother came though today in spirit to support her daughter though the healing process.  A mother's love never ends.