What do you do when you write a blogpost and then you lose it in the virtual vortex? You cry. Jk. I actually let it go/ Pretty easily. And then I borrowed my soul sista's work.
Below are my Erica's words about kicking it w her personal experience w blocks, love, life, darkness, and hope.
There is a way through every block. Today I woke up heavy, heavy, heavy. Like a weighted blanket with endless elephants on top of each other, each addition causing my breath to leave me. Blocked to get up and go. Blocked to continue on. I began to cry, something I've done a lot the past 3 days. I asked my love to help me, he held my hands and sent me healing energy. I did a mediation for depression. I ran through all the people I could reach out to. I called my sister, she didn't understand, until she heard my voice. She channeled something other worldly and helped shake me out of bed. Thank you, block #1 removed. I often absorb the suffering of others, it's the blessing and curse of being an empath. My sister, after she spoke with the divine, told me she saw me doing something fun, something happy. I made the choice to go out into nature with my puppy dog. I gathered my things, put frankincense on my puffy eyes, hugged my boo and left. I walked intentionally into the Greenbelt and followed butterflies along the path. Finally I found my spot. I jumped in the clear water and finally I could breathe again. I could see the light. I could feel the love. I was infused with hope once again. There is a way through every block. Whether it's the resistance of writers block or a math problem that you just can't solve, there is always a way. This is Yogi Bhajan's 2nd sutra to survive the Age of Aquarius. Even when your blocks are bountiful, they're always surmountable, especially when you turn to loved ones and nature. Even in the deepest and the darkest moment there is always hope always one tiny step you can take. Just keep moving forward and you'll eventually get there. <3
And now. I'm unplugging. Mostly. I'm going for walk. Maybe I'll go sit at the park. Maybe.
Erica is a yogini biohealer who loves sharing about all things health, wellness, food as medicine, essential oils, the breath and vagus nerve, the parasympathetic nervous system, impromptu dance parties and as much play as our bodies will allow. She (and I) LOVE helping women get their groove back and shine their light so happiness, joy and their authentic greatness can emerge. Healing the healers is her jam.