Mend a Broken Heart - SOAR with Self Leadership

"Every human being's essential nature is perfect and faultless, but after years of immersion in the world we easily forget our roots and take on a counterfeit nature." - Lao-tzu

Mend a Broken Heart & SOAR with Self-Leadership

Transitions can be scary.  It can cause heart-wrenching heartbreak and create a trail of uncertainty that can leave you feeling helpless.  But no matter what it is or what you are doing, there is always another way and the way is close to your heart.  Mending a broken heart takes different shapes and forms for each individual.  It is necessary to heal from the pain of what no longer exists, but during the healing process you can begin the exploration of what's next.

There are a number of ways to go about being on the right path to what is calling you forth.  There are various models to choose from, but the right track to be on is the one that leads from your heart; then work on developing the skills and values that are your signature desires to master.

Fear of not being good enough or not having enough robs you of your place in the world.   And that place isn't defined by others, but by your heart.  Shutting down your heart is so much work: defending why not to love what you are doing or why not to love unconditionally.  Unconditional love doesn't mean accepting to be mistreated.  One of the facets of unconditional love is forgiveness and letting go that which is harmful.

Healing your heart, being open to love and being love expressed is part of attracting love and power.  One of the ways to let go of fear is to evolve from your heart to your head, not the other way around - from your head to your heart.

Next time I'll offer some tips on how to manage those gremlins in your head that keep love at a distance.