With the ending of anything in our lives there comes some form of grief. As 2019 comes to a close, it is natural to reflect on the joyful experiences or troubling times we’ve had in the past year.
Even when you are moving into something that you trust will be better, it’s not always easy letting go of what was. Maybe that’s because we are afraid to feel. If we open the door to our tears or anger ,we might loose control or never stop crying.
Since humans tend to draw lines in the sand about which emotions are acceptable and which ones are not, many will repress the ones that are lesser accepted.
“In your anger do not sin. Do not let the sun go down while you are still angry.”
Ephesian 4:26 says, “In your anger do not sin. Do not let the sun go down while you are still angry.” Many believe this scripture means that we are not to be angry. Ever. At all. Look at the verse again as I break it down metaphysically.
“IN your anger . . .” and “While you are angry . . . ” These words remind us to be present with the emotion or energy we are experiencing. We can maintain self-control by loving ourselves in the midst of what is taking place. The energy or situation is not who you are.
“Sin not . . . ” Sin is an indication of misalignment. It means someone has forgotten that they are divine love and are acting out of character.
“Do not let the sun go down . . .” Resolve the energy, situation, and feeling quickly, before it has time to set up an energy pattern that will continue to build and cause trouble.
Being the observer or overseer of the emotion helps me get to the energy of what is asking for more love or to be resolved. We can allow ourselves to cry or feel angry without allowing the energy to control our actions. We are the wise and loving parents who can allow our wounded inner child to express what he or she is feeling.
As we embrace an angry or grieving part of ourselves, we transmute or change the frequency of the energetic signature the repressed emotion or hurtful situation has created. By accepting this without judgement, we begin to heal the wounded aspect of our psyche. This is self-love, and it is one of the most important pieces to the ascension puzzle. Ascension means coming home to your authentic self. Accepting and loving that which is seemingly unlovable helps you remember yourself as an expression of Spirit within Matter.
My gift to you at the end of this year is an artistic expression of love. I have created light codes on some paper samples my sweet daughter-in-law gave me. As you reflect upon the art and interpret it as your intuition leads you, take the hand of your precious inner child and lead her into your loving heart.
I pray that these help you find the strength to navigate through your pain, sorrow, anger, fear, and loss. If you need help with processing grief or anger, please consider arranging a coaching session with me. We can start with a free 15-minute discovery call.