A Broken Heart
Each of us will have our heart broken by someone at least once in our lifetime. It is the natural course of our earthly experience, and the painful memories leave such an impression on us.
There is a lesson in everything, a period of learning in which we are supposed to gather wisdom to help us along our path to enlightenment.
Everything that happens to us, we must learn to see as something more than punishment or emotional torture.A shattered heart is not easy to heal; our heart belongs to our Emotional Power.
The intense, impassioned part of our Self that allows us to feel happiness, joyfulness and contentment, but also despair, grief and the most intense psychological pain: this is our heart.
If who we truly are comes from our heart of hearts, if all of the goodness that holds true about ourselves comes from the emotional place within us, then why must having our heart broken be a part of our life? Do the circumstances really matter?
Does the story of what went wrong really need to play out in our minds for the rest of our days? I think not, not if we are able to see what we were meant to see beyond the surface of the experience itself.
We need not be tortured by the happening if we understand what it had to offer us in terms of growth. Nothing is ever a waste of time; nothing in our life is a waste of anything.
Everything happens for a reason; everything happens as it should in the time that it occurs; this is all part of the Universe’s plan for us in particular.Everything that resides in our heart is a representation of love. Love rules most of the lessons we come here to learn: love is the very reason we are here having this life experience.
The truth of our Soul is love. The truth of who we are, the authentic part of us is what we are here to discover, not only in this life existence, but lifetime after lifetime.
There is no need for judgment, for each of us has a vibration of destiny, if you will, a course of events that will play out with the intention only to help us evolve our Soul. What is most important is to let go of what we humans seem to hold onto the most—our pain.Pain cripples us from moving forward; it holds us back from living in peace. Pain causes illness and emotional despair, and it can be a silent killer.
Move past the pain, dig deeper and beyond the surface of “why?”Perhaps being advised to “move on” angers us, but the truth of anything holds space only for what we can move away from.
Allow yourself to heal from your once-broken heart so you can move closer to love, the very reason you came into this reincarnated life in the first place.