There is no greater transition than the kind that the journey of grief pushes you into. It doesn’t matter if it’s a death, a loss of a job, the end of a relationship, the loss of a dream—grief can stop you in your tracks.
Have you seen the photo challenge going around on social media? Apparently you post a picture of yourself from 10 years ago to compare to what you look like now. Finding a decade old picture sounded like work to me. But it did get me thinking about the last 10 years. If you had told me 10 years ago, I’d have my own practice as a psychic medium, I wouldn’t have believed you. In fact, I don’t think 10 years ago I would have considered myself a psychic medium–an intuitive, yes; psychic medium, no.
Your Holiday Season may look something like this: Going a million miles an hour—attending parties, wrapping gifts, shopping, seeing family and friends, school & dinner events galore. Then followed by: Thinking of all the things that you haven’t done yet—the people in your life that need gifts or attention, the events and the to-dos that are still on your list, the disappointment of letting people down when you’ve stretched yourself too thin. All of these demands combined with the busy-ness of the season can lead to a pretty joy-less place.