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Peaking Around the Corner

When you open a door to a new experience in your life,
you don't have to walk through it.
You get to peak around the corner.
Take small steps.
See if you've found something that speaks to your soul.

You're not aksing yourself to jump off a cliff into the unknown.
You're just checking to see if it might feel good.

It often looks much the same on the other side.
But you feel different because you know you dared to imagine more for yourself.

Dreams Connected to Our Memories

Dreams connected to our memories are allies.

Memories-dreams feel different than our usual dreams.
They are more stark.
The outer edges feel defined.
The intense emotion of the dream comes back again and again in different chilling scenarios.

When we learn to recognize the unique quality of the dreams that are talking to
us about our abuse, we are empowered.
The child-within is using them to talk to us,
giving us information for our healing.

Survivor Flashes

Having flashes is common for survivors.
And they are different than ordinary memories.
They often focus on common objects that would usually float by without much notice.
But this time, in a certain light or a specific time of day and circumstance, a piece of our abuse grabs our attention.
It stuns.
It feels exceptionally real and vivid.
It disturbs.
It instantaneously brings up emotions that feel out of place.

Smiles

We are inclined to think of smiles as responses. They seem to bubble up when our five senses are tickled or emergy as a thought, feeling, or belief pleases us.

In creating changes using energy, we can call on our smiles. They can be flashlights in foggy moments.

Choose to smile at any time and think about the shift you are inviting in your life. Focus on the desire you are holding. You will see new possibilities that align with your smile.

Uncommon Treasures

In their healing quest, surivors of abuse are rewarded with uncommon treasures that are as valuable as any hero's bounty.

We are likely to find unknown talents, easy laughter, spontaneity, relaxation, relationships that celebrate our spirit, freedom to express, desire to explore, reunivenated health, ability to complete what we began. It's the everyday things that others take for granted that we lost in our challenge to build lives with deep wounds.

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