I am a Healer, Psychologist, educator and Sound Therapist with an avid interest in consciousness and transpersonal experiences. Oh and did I mention Astrology?
What takes you out of the mundane, carries you across limitless skies beyond the here and now crises and trauma? How do you find the wings to lift you out of the mire? There is one tool we all have, even in our darkest hour - Imagination.
Don't be fooled by that voice in your head that says "Don't be silly", "I can't think of anything", "Nothing ever comes right for me!" for that is just another aspect of your imagination working for the false prophets of doom.
If we are so good at creating fears and blocks in our lives why can this not be turned around to produce positives? We are all conditioned to believe the worst of ourselves having heard this from authority figures and significant others over the years. Their own fears about releasing their personal blocks and expanding into largess of spirit have been handed down to you with gusto!
It is in our darkest hour that a new perspective seems totally impossible to achieve - in fact it is at this point that we feel incapable of even considering our minds to have the ability to create a new reality. Yet in the deepest moment of despair a great transition is taking place since there is nowhere to go but further inside, closer to our core 'truth'. In the dark cave where the shadows of our innermost demons dance we become blinded by fear. However, hidden in the recesses also lies a magnificent well of hope. Daring to search for it is the first step. Drawing the bucket up inch by inch requires great effort. What is reflected back at us by the water held within is all a matter of what we feel impelled to avoid in order to learn the truth about ourself. Through practice and disciplining the mind to see the ironies of life and humour in our own foibles we can reach beyond the dross floating upon its surface. Dip in and feel the cool, soft, pure gentleness of the water.
It is decision time. Needs must and necessity is the mother of invention. If we only hold onto the misery then we will invent and imagine new ways of avoiding any possible change to our circumstances. When we let go, it is not a freefall into an abyss for there is always a parachute available if we only ask for help. Opening the mind is the surest way of opening that parachute and gradually gliding to safety. It may not always be a smooth landing but it will be upon solid ground that supports your next step.
Hold out for that moment and believe... use your imagination and ask for help!