‘The kid in me,’ ‘I’m a child at heart,’ ‘I’ll never grow up.’ All common phrases we use to refer to the inner youth we identify within ourselves. For many of us however, some reasons we hold on to moments of our youth can be due to a traumatic or painful experience. Sometimes the child within us is seeking some attention indirectly so we can acknowledge our truths to step into our adult version.
Soulmates, twin flames, karmic partners. These days the spiritual community is using a lot of titles around relationships that come into our life for the purpose of our growth and advancement. Ideally however, on a truly spiritual level, we should be able to detach from the titles of these relationships and focus on ourselves, along with how they are promoting our healing.
I have felt incredibly stumped lately when it comes to blogging. I’ve had a number of experiences which made me question whether or not I change my content completely, or try to force cohesive posts and slowly transition it. I title this ‘A New Cycle,’ because this posts symbolizes one for me, as life in general goes in cycles. Today I’m writing more about how I would like to begin expressing some of my accumulating spiritual experiences and blending them with the previous types of blogs so I can be more authentically me.