En vän berättade häromdagen om hennes drömmar om att falla. Vännen är terapeut och har också intresse i att se hur drömmar kan utveckla oss. Hon funderade över den klassiska tolkningen av “att falla”, och kände inte riktigt igen sig.
Äntligen. Slutmanus skickat.
Min andra bok Att vara människa har växt och blivit Konsten att vara människa. Det är så spännande att nu få se hur lay out och omslag växer fram, för att sedan få skicka boken till tryckeriet!
When I’ve found out what I really want in life, everything else will fall into place…
How do I find out what I really, really want?
We are hunting for the answers to the big wanting, as in “how do I know what I really, really want?!” (As the huge question about what I want in life)
We then easily miss that we already know a lot of our wants,
I see it as there are two kinds of voices we listen to.
One is the wise, calm voice from within, the one who always whispers “all is well”, even though it looks like it is not. As adults we hear it whisper that we are good enough, that who we are is OK or even good. When we were children, most of us heard it really loud and we just knew it was very true!
When I experience turmoil, I wish for peace and calmness. When I loose a relationship, I appreciate the ones I have even more. The light is never as longed for, as in the darkest hours.
As soon as I experience something I don’t want, it takes me closer to what I do want. If I choose to be observant and alert, and see it that way.
When I’m in the midst of things I don’t want,
Since I started to take and put holy time to myself in the calendar, it’s almost impossible to go back to how it used to be.
Remember the post about a dress too small to go back to?
I feel this week I haven’t had those time slots where I sharpen the saw/oil the machinary/take care of me, and I’m so longing to have them, I can really feel the non-being-in-my-best-balance,