“I choose to freely express the ALL of me (i.e., the good, the bad, and the ugly), in order to show you my spiritual growth on this amazing journey of Love that has the power to transmute fear, and Light that has the power to enlighten darkness.” Bobbie
Hello, ^_^ I’m Bobbie, and I welcome you to my blog, an amazing, ongoing journey of Darkness and Light. It’s a story about my life, and all my soul brothers and sisters (to include those I’ve once labeled my “enemies”/blessings in disguise) I’ve crossed paths with, who have all contributed in some way to the person I am today.
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In my most recent post, “Remembering to Be Authentic Self,” I explain why I have a passion to write and tell stories. The following is part of this post:
“As a wounded healer, I love to share with my soul brothers and sisters that they, too, can rise above adversity, hardships, abuse (emotional, physical, and sexual), trauma, abandonment issues, heartbreak, setbacks, disappointments, challenges, sufferings, lack, low self-esteem, depression, anger, anxiety, apathy, hopelessness, and any other “dark” experiences that stem from deep, fear-based beliefs within the sub/unconscious.”
The following are important Life Lessons I’ve learned/remembered since I’ve started my blog, where I gained insight from my co-created writings (with my soul)…transforming my “dark” life experiences into a treasure box of wisdom and unconditional love:
Remember to Be true/authentic self by better understanding, empathizing with, having compassion for, forgiving, accepting, embracing and unconditionally loving myself FIRST, so that I may fully do so for others as well, and ultimately unconditionally love ALL aspects of God/Goddess/Spirit/All That Is.
If I’m happy with myself and my life, then there’s nothing to change; however, if I’m not, then I must first change from within rather than try and change everything outside of me.
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Everything and everyone that I once considered “bad,” “evil,” “dark” are only hidden aspects of me (and also a part of All That Is) that my ego once ignored, denied, suppressed, or rejected due to my own negative feelings of judgment, guilt, shame and ultimately fear.
Since my outer reality serves as a mirror to reflect my inner reality (reflecting both “good” and”bad” and everything in-between), I will be grateful for everything that shows up in my life…for they are either wonderful blessings, or blessings in disguise (life lessons), all existing to help with my soul growth.
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It’s easier to see unfamiliar or unwanted characteristics in others than seeing it in ourselves. So we should appreciate the gift of others being a reflection of both our positive and negative qualities. We can embrace the dark aspects of ourselves and others by recognizing, acknowledging, healing, and then releasing what no longer positively serves us.
We can accomplish the goal of uniting as humanity by better understanding, empathizing with, having compassion for, forgiving, accepting, embracing and unconditionally loving ourselves and others, which will help us to remember that we are ALL part of the whole–God/Goddess/Spirit/All That Is.
The greatest fear is the fear of the unknown, so if we strive on becoming fearless (our authentic selves/Unconditional Love energy) by facing the unknown, hidden aspects of us, I believe we will be liberated.
Duality (good vs bad, up vs down, right vs left, etc.) serves a great purpose, since it helps us (spiritual beings having a human being experience) to know through experience what it’s like to be us, a part of God/Goddess/Spirit/All That Is.
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Toe-numbing cold weather helps us to appreciate warmth, and hot and humid weather helps us to appreciate air conditioners.
For someone who’s never been in love, they can only know “being in love” as a concept, which is completely different from actually experiencing ”being in love.”
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Comments on the bottom of this New Homepage, dated from July 9, 2012 – August 17, 2013, are from the Old Homepage.
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