That was then.
She has finally found the peace she was looking for. When I asked her what it felt like, she explained that nothing had changed in her outer life. The same situations showed up as often as before. She wasn’t aroused or annoyed by them anymore. She didn’t fall into her old coping mechanisms either. She stayed in the moment without any expectations. She didn’t know how each situation would end or how she herself would react. She had no plans and just stayed with whatever was aggravating her. Eventually, the aggravation would move on and in its place was peace.
This peace to her was more valuable than any certificate or award. This peace brought a sense of deep wisdom that no one and nothing could take away. When asked if it was the middle ground we had discussed earlier, she said, no. It wasn’t the middle point. It was the whole. Her peace included the highs and the lows, and everything in between. Her peace was all inclusive. When she stopped labeling and categorizing, defending and attacking, justifying and rationalizing is when she found peace. She got there without knowing she had gotten there. There was no separation or exclusion.
Peace is about inclusion of all that is without labeling and judging. She was at peace and I was honored to have shared her journey.
Questions to Ponder:
1) Are you longing for peace in your life?
2) Have you been struggling with the highs and lows and drama?
3) What does peace mean to you?
If you would like to experience peace more and more in your life, it might be time to consult a spiritual life coach. Spiritual life coaching is about learning to let go of all that does not serve you anymore. A coach can help you identify what is and isn’t serving you and the tools to learn to let go. If you are interested in a complimentary 30 minute consultation, contact me.