Heartache, job loss, illness, death; any of these can incarcerate your thoughts, making you feel burdened; ushering you into self-doubts and whys. However, it is in the healing steps, the vulnerable moments that you find your strength. Here are simple steps that will help you move on in life.


Let go of it all and exhale! You are still here and stronger because of it. Take those memories and keep them as ammunition against future struggles.


Reflect on who you were in the beginning compared to who you have become; a more centered, self-loving individual. You used your oppression as progression. These little steps are sustainability for consistant subcontious assistance.


Now, breathing normally, get out and enjoy life. Take a yoga class maybe, to center and keep your breath. Enjoy nature and the presence of others. Discuss it with others. There are people out there that have gone through your situation before and want to listen. People appreciate progress in conflict. You may be what someone needs to get through their surrender.


Take some time to process the process; meditate or just breath. Allow yourself time to mend. Enjoy the peace, sit back, and take in the successes of breaking through. You’ve moved on from the problem and into the relaxation of the mind.


Just as we observed the negative, we must observe and nurture the positive; apply that you are learning how to move on.

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Now in motion, move on motivationally by creating the space you deserve. Start manifesting all those wants and wishes. Opening up to your creativity can release hidden emotions. The subconscious likes to assist the ego in opening baggage when we start feeling good. When used appropriately, creativity can really manifest some good stuff. Paint, draw, write, do pottery, or anything that has, or is, striking your passions. This can redirect your energy, aiding in peace.


Forgiveness isn’t for others, it’s for you. Being unforgiving allows the past to affect future life stages, assisting depression and anxiety, which can keep you from creating new connections.


You need to go through the emotions, allowing them to pass; holding onto them is dangerous. Denial, grief, anger, regret & sadness; these are just a few feels you can go through, don’t take them personally. They are real and part of moving on but do not define you. Allow yourself to accept feelings and in accepting, you become aware of how to relieve suffering.


Breathing is life and is going to be your best friend when learning how to move on.
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