I was wondering what would the subject be and I finally found.

It’s about taking responsibilities.

In the healing world, practitioners often come across individuals who want to change their life, but find it difficult to understand that healing can’t take place unless they are willing to take responsibility for their actions.

It doesn’t mean that they have to blame themselves for the circumstances of their past or present life, it means considering and accepting the choices they have made.

In order to heal, you also need to make the commitment to consider your health as a top priority.

You need to believe that you’re worth it and you deserve a healthy and a good life.

Your body gives you hundreds of messages each day, like warning signs. They can manifest through headaches, back pain, sore muscles, difficulty to breathe, panic attacks, digestive system issues, etc… True healing means to tune into your body, listen to those messages and be willing to make the changes.

Too often, those warning signs are being shut down. It can be through hyperactivity, work, being surrounded by noise (TV or music), taking drugs, drinking alcohol, etc…

Physical imbalance then will appear and will ultimately lead to physical pain and illness if the emotional injury has been neglected or shut down.

When you decide to take the next step and start your healing journey, ask yourself the questions: What do I really want? Do I want to take responsibility for my health and wellbeing? Do I want to make my healing a priority? If the answer is yes, you are ready for THE big change.

This is a quote that I love and I wanted to share with you:

“Until you heel the wounds of your past, you are going to bleed. You can bandage the bleeding with food, with work, with alcohol, with cigarettes, with sex; but eventually it will ooze through and stain your life. You must find the strength to open the wounds, stick your hands inside, pull out the core of the pain that is holding you in your past, the memories and make peace with them”. Iyanla Vanzant

See you soon,