Mindful Monday # 102 – The Heart That Didn’t Love You
My month long meditation on love has shown me how expansive it is. Like the universe which constantly expands, love and happiness expand the same way.
There are no limits in life. We create them in our minds and in the minds of others.
Seeing love with new eyes is beautiful. I feel like I am looking at a breathtaking landscape, that I can only see and I want to share with someone. (I have felt this state of awe for life when I found my voice, learned to let go and trust and surrender to life.)
Love has so many nuances and it means different things to different people. I feel there may be some Valentines Day hangovers that are both positively and negatively charged.
Valentines Day is stuffed with a lot of beliefs, ideas and images that we have been injected with since we were kids it almost makes it impossible to enjoy with all the expectations. It is not worth the pressure.
I believe it is possible to have a Valentines Day that is wonderful, regardless if you are in relationship or not. In order to have that, like life, you have to make it your own. My day was wonderful and filled with all the things that makes me happy. I had the best Valentines Day ever.
Like high school dances, Valentines Day often brings up love that was lost, love that never saw the light of day, the love that shattered our heart or was never reciprocated. Regardless love is a constant and we are the ones that create the damn in our hearts and our life from receiving the love we deserve.
Today’s quote focuses on letting go of the love story that you may be holding on to, that is no longer serving you.