A little piece of me

How long are you going to be angry with that man or woman that left you? How long are you going to be hostile because you feel rejected? When are you going to walk in your power to release that attitude? I’m referring to you, and you over there. How long are you going to live like this? It’s interesting to think there is a reason for your current crisis…Is it that you have become defensive to protect your ignorance or arrogance?

It is not normal to treat yourself nor others in such a manner. The side effects of rejection may cause you to be a stressed, unhealthy and unhappy person. There is sadness and anger that has to be released in order to walk free.

Let’s talk about releasing that anger and sadness. This is your opportunity to exist right. Be the light so that you are in control of your tomorrow.

So here is my truth…it has been a long, hard road for me attempting to get through the loss of a very significant relationship. I now look back thinking “how rude of you for taking that person for granted?!” And yes, it took deep introspection to acknowledge that I did just that. Gosh the many long sleepless nights I spent retracing my steps to get to exactly where we ended…I must tell you those nights blended with the days. Those days were filled with tears, guilt, depression, grief, anger and release. Even now, as I find myself thinking back, I would not have traded any of the experience of loss because it has made me stronger, wiser and braver person willing to love more like the creator; more wealthier and full of rich experiences to feed the hunger of those in need; and, more healthier to justly give more of myself to another person.

By now you should be asking me “why is it so gosh darn important to share with me?”  The answer is “I’m hoping my pain and enlightenment will give you pause and revelation.” You see a piece of me is lost every time I give my power to a breakup or a breakdown or a break in and my only recovery has been to breakout of the mountain of pig slop that I have covered myself in. Now with the notion of a slow and intended recovery of every piece of my being in wholeness, I stand. I STAND in who I am. I STAND in what I must do to be whole again. I STAND in what I will do on a daily basis to be a better me tomorrow.  Just take a STAND and reclaim you.

Love and Light, Coach Cai