By Adeana M. Slater, In5D.com
We use labels in order to identify ourselves. This can be detrimental if attachments and expectations begin to cling onto what you feel is “your role” in this life. Only because if we have built up a fantasy around this expectation, than it can send us in a downward spiral of despair when this doesn’t work out the way we anticipated.
We may end up feeling disappointed, rejected, or not good enough to reach this level of desire around what it is you are seeking or moving towards.
Labels are necessary and beneficial when we first need to understand a soul process or dynamic that we are going through. After that initiation, we will be energetically pushed to let go and surrender the outcome with trust and faith that our life purpose will continue to play out as planned. It may seem daunting to release control and let our guard down in order to become vulnerable. But there is growth and opportunity around being vulnerable.
That means that we are able to be our true authentic self and feel all emotions openly. We cannot heal our core soul wounds until we can open up in entirety even in the face of fear and vulnerability surrounding our emotions.
There is an unhealthy stigma currently circulating in the throws of society that the idea of expressing emotion is unfavorable and unaccepted. The feminine is deemed “over-emotional” and the masculine are labeled as “pansies or wimps” when emotions are expressed.
It is time for us to reach balance and conclude the past energies that have dictated to us how we should feel and express ourselves, with unhealthy values that we pass on to our children. Sensitivity is heart and soul-felt. To allow our self to be sensitive is the same as allowing our self to open the door to being vulnerable. Let love in. Be open to this healing within and without.
~Adeana M. Slater
About the author: Adeana M. Slater is an Empath and Lightworker who enjoys to write spiritual and inspirational articles in her free time. She is a single mother of four children and full time Registered Nurse.