One of the major lessons coming up right now to be healed is to STOP RUNNING.
Do you tend to run when the going gets tough? Do you want to leave to a faraway land never to be heard from again? It’s time to face the challenges and the fears. It’s time to look at the reasons that make you want to run. Is it the weather? The people? The location? The lack of love or respect? Perhaps all of the above?
Sometimes we think the grass is greener on the other side, only to find that wherever we land, isn’t right. Sometimes we run because that’s all we know how to do. Maybe you learned it from one of your parents. Maybe you had overwhelming feelings that you couldn’t confront so “running” became an easy solution. After all, if you run away you think….problem solved. But it’s not. You’ve only suppressed it temporarily.
“Runners” come in all forms especially in relationships. Some people “run” when they get too close to someone. Or when they feel something they’re not used to. Or when they can’t say what they need to. Have you ever been in a relationship with someone that needed to “take a break” only to come back two weeks later? That’s a form of “running”.
Or the person that continuously flirts with others whenever you’re around? Cheating can be construed as running too. It’s a mechanism to bury feelings that you’re unwilling to face or don’t know that you have. This goes hand in hand with a fear of commitment. Remember the movie “Runaway Bride”?
Are you or do you know a “runner”…no sneakers necessary? Pay attention to what’s showing up as there’s an enormous amount of healing energy available. That means there’s assistance from the Universe in helping to get you to see the “why”. Once you see it, you can begin to understand why you do it and then you can finally heal from this life lesson.
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