My latest lesson has been uncovering the truth about the pain that has been unacknowledged by me, over the separation from my children the past 2 years. I have been unwilling to look at it and let it in, so therefore it has been just haunting me.
In my eyes, under every smile, every laugh, has been a sign of mourning and sadness. No matter what I do, it’s there.
There are times when I understand that this is my life. There are times when I know that my children have their own autonomous path that may or may not include me daily.
I trust God.
Yet there are most times when my heavy heart aches because they aren’t near.
Tears aren’t far from my eyes at any given moment.
I want to find freedom from this suffering so I wrote a letter to God about this recently and went over it with my spiritual guide. We talked about how to get into solution concerning this pain.
We talked about loving my clients the way I would love my kids. Giving the women I care for the same love I express with my children. Because in all reality they are no different than my kids. If I wasn’t the mom in this story, would I believe they deserved any less love than my boys?
Loving my clients, or anyone in my life, is loving my children. When I love others I am helping make the planet a better place for my kids. We are all connected.
For some reason this helps relieve my suffering.
When I can see everyone as “one life” then the way I act to different people is exactly the same. Ego is the only thing that causes me to act differently depending on who is in front of me.
Ego is what is suffering from being apart from my boys.
I want to live in spirit.
I want to be the mom God intended me to be.