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  1. Haha! I wrote a blog post on this subject a few days ago... "...Real, lasting empowerment comes from being secure in who you are as a person. Empowerment is knowing whatever life gives you, you will be you. That nothing can take yourself away from yourself. That no matter what, you have a voice that speaks, and with that voice you can change lives... ...The year of Empowerment changed my life in the sense that I found my will to live, not only my will to survive. It took the forces that wanted to kill me manifesting externally (in people or things that tried to kill me) rather than internally (as in suicidal thoughts) for me to realize that I wanted to live." Read the full post here.
  2. HELL YEAH! Teal, we are absolutely on the same page. This is the blog post I wrote, intentionally without once looking at yours before publishing! https://tessa-rae-integration.weebly.com/blog/the-year-of-discipline What an exciting year! I did not begin the forming of some of the things I am doing now in 2009, but that's mainly because I was still at the very beginning stages of awakening... However, to be honest, in 2009 I really, really liked this guy who went to my church because he's had so many interesting philosophies that have changed my life... Anyways, today we got coffee ? The old me hated myself so much that I couldn't see him ever liking me (Oh yeah, I had it bad, and if you're reading this and recognizing you've felt that way towards someone you've liked, you've got it bad too), but last year I had an awakening - I was making this video on the heart chakra (sarcastically) and while making it I realized that I avoid people that I like because of this shame based mindset. Suddenly the fact that I did that made no sense! I went through all this crazy shit and almost died, literally multiple times, (which you can read about in my previous blog post) ... But thanks to that, I've lost the fear. ? As always, thank you for being a catalyst for integration, Teal! An exciting year indeed!
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    I've actually really been struggling with this as well.. My mom recently got breast cancer. She caught it really early on, and got a mastectomy! Everything should be fine, right? Except it's not fine, and she isn't getting to the cause of it. That's great that she dealt with this specific cancer, but the fact of the matter is it will likely manifest elsewhere in her body. The path she is choosing is one of severance; sever the part of the body with the cancer, cut off the part of yourself that you don't like, and everything should work out. It is a harsh way to live, and what bothers me the most is she truly believes she has no control over what happens; like many people also believe, cancer is something that simply "happens" to you, and the things that you do about it are just coincidence if they work. I've tried warning her. I've tried to let her know that unless she makes changes it is guaranteed to show up again. But she does not want to change. Because she is willingly ignoring my perspective, she is in essence choosing to die. Except she doesn't think she is choosing her death. She sees it as just fate. To her, she is a victim. Despite the fact that I have offered everything I can to her, I have had to come to terms with the fact that she will likely die prematurely. After death she will realize it didn't have to be that way... But I have been mourning the fact that this realization will likely not happen in this lifetime. I don't see it hapening. I hope I am wrong.
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