GOOD MORNING READERS AND FELLOW BLOGGERS, MAY THIS BLOG FIND YOU IN GREAT SPIRITS!
Today I will dedicate my blog to “WEDNESDAY’S WOMAN” and the woman of the hour is IYANLA VANZANT, a truly inspiring and healing child of God. I chose to share some of her quotes, with an aim to help many of us who face problems within our family. Basically I am calling on her quotes to shed some light on our dysfunctional families. Therefor from the top of my lungs to the bottom of my heart….PLEASE IYANLA VANZANT, FIX MY LIFE AND FAMILY!
Starting with the quote above, it hit home because many of us harbor darkness and don’t think about addressing the issues. But when you find the will to look deep within, it is usually prompted by a desire to change!
We as people tend to lash outward when we feel P.A.I.N., instead of understanding that this is the time that we need to focus inward. P.A.I.N. is stemmed from feelings inside and the only way to deal with them, is to acknowledge and address them. Digging down deep into your core of your soul, is where you will find the P.A.I.N., that needs to be tended to. When you become overwhelmed with all that life is throwing at you, and you feel defeated, discouraged and fearful….pay attention to that P.A.I.N. inside. We all possess the power of healing inside, we just have yet to figure it out or believe this concept and this is one of the reasons why I love IYANLA VANZANT, because she teaches us that. One thing we should think about is, stop fighting the P.A.I.N. and turn and face it inward, FOR YOUR HEALING!
WOW, TRUTH BE TOLD HERE! If you don’t heal your wounds, they will continue to bleed and this only creates more P.A.I.N. With the words from IYANLA VANZANT, you need to begin to treat your wounds, before they control you completely. As people we have a tendency to be driven by our wounds and P.A.I.N., without accepting the fact that this only hurts us and the ones in our environment more. The symptoms and clues that someone is hurting and in enormous P.A.I.N. can be seen through our actions and the words that come out of our mouth. The first step in this whole process is to get past denial, admit that you are hurting and that your wound has been bleeding for a while. Then make the initiative to address the wound by figuring out the entry of contact or what is causing this P.A.I.N. to continue. After those tasks, you can then begin the strategy of stopping the bleeding and bandaging the wound!
I HOPE YOU ENJOYED MY “WEDNESDAY’S WOMAN” AND UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN, BE SAFE AND HAVE AN AWESOME DAY!!