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Mending Myself Well: Pursuing the healing potential for my body, mind, and soul
Just be. Just be. Just be.
I repeat this mantra to myself, fully aware that this is what I must do.
I imagine if I repeat this enough times, I can be in control of my state of mind and just be. As if I have the power and advantage to command myself to just be. So why can I not obey?
Can I pause? Can I breathe? Can I just let go?
I don’t remember the last time I was really well. From the outside, you would never know. But something is missing, there is a void deep within. There shouldn’t be. I have everything I could ever ask for... a sweet and loving husband, the best kids you could ever ask for, even though they didn’t come from my own womb, my heart doesn’t know the difference.
I’ve had an exceptional education and a promising career as a chiropractor with hundreds of patients that love me, so it seems. I have 2,500 friends on Facebook, yet I still feel as if I have none.The car of my dreams is now in my possession. My mind is sharper than ever. My body is nothing to complain about. Our home is more than we need. Our palates are satisfied daily.
But why is nothing ever good enough? Why is it I lack satisfaction in
The pain. The worry. The fear.
The feeling of being incomplete. The unsettling. All theses emotions, and then some, have added up over the years and are weighing on me, I can literally feel these as if gravity is in full effect and these emotions are no longer invisible forces, but true physical forces at war with the peace, serenity, and bliss I so desperately crave.
I cannot go another day as these burdens are compounding, and suffocating me from the inside out. I’m not okay with not being okay. I cannot be. My body, mind and soul are not whole and well. They are not as vibrant, healthy and secure as I know they can be. You could quickly analyze me and think everything was fine. Because I pretend.
The one thing that I’ve gotten really good at is pretending that I am okay. And I think because I do this from sun up to sun down, I find it impossible to pretend in any other dimension of my life. Like all my
pretending reserves are used up by just showing up and displaying for all to see that I’m okay!
I’m done pretending. I want to really be okay. I want to be better than okay. I want to be all that I know I have been called to be.
What about you? Are you pretending that you’re okay, too?
When will it stop? Can we just stop pretending? Can we all pause for a brief moment and accept what is, and get to the bottom of these painful emotions to mend the pain and suffering? The anxiety and fear? The hurt and loss? This act we put on for each other, day after day, the exhausting pretense that everything is just fine..
I believe the ticket to becoming well, to becoming whole, to becoming who we are meant to be is to finally stop pretending, beginning at the mirror. Are you brave enough to just be real with yourself? A scary thought, I know. Is it possible to fall in love with all of our own imperfections, to accept what is, and to extend ourselves the grace and permission to just be?
I want to show up okay. I want to show up well. I want to step into the version of myself that I can sense is waiting for me; I feel it with every fiber of my being. But first I must untangle from the past and the pressures that keeping me small and meek.
Out of pure desperation, it is time to save myself because no one else can rescue me from what’s happening on the inside. It is time I pour my heart and soul into one thing, and that is mending myself well.
Will you join me as I pick up the pieces and make sense of everything around me and within me, and as I pave the way for you to find the freedom and courage to do the same, to mend yourself well my friend.
I will share my journey with you, and I invite you to follow my lead.