After the storm comes the sunshine♡☆♡☆♡

Good morning ♡

Be still, be calm, be patient.  These three statements, so small yet they pack a powerful punch. How many times have we sprung into action out of fear, out of anger, or both? In the eye of the storm is when it is most quiet, most still. It’s when things are brewing that we cannot see. What are you hoping to grasp hold of but are afraid of standing still? Sometimes that’s all you need to find that answer: to be still, be calm, be patient. After the rain comes the sun, & new and improved things emerge from the broken rubble and dust. But rememeber as well that during the storm,there is an active tearing down of old structures (beliefs) and monuments (old ideals and esteems) that no longer serve us any purpose. It will be hard to see but it’s what needs to be done. What is your rain(tears) trying to tell you? Be still, be calm, be patient, and listen. Love yourself & be yourself. Peace & Love ♡ ☆

Action:

As there are things that can overwhelm us each day,try this to beat the pressure: close your eyes and breathe slowly and deeply for 5 seconds. In that 5 seconds, envision yourself standing in the eye of a hurricane, where everything is still and you don’tknow when the storm will begin again. Embrace that calm and feel it. Once you feel your racing heart slow down, open your eyes. Things will feel less pressing and you will be better equipped to find calmness in your anxiety.

Quote:

“I have seen many storms in my life. Most storms have caught me by surprise, so I had to learn very quickly to look further and understand that I am not capable of controlling the weather, to exercise the art of patience and to respect the fury of nature.”-Paulo Coelho

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