Monday, October 26, 2015

Detachment as a Whole

For those of you who believe detachment is a disconnect from those around you, think again.  In actuality, the opposite is true.  When we detach from people, places and things, we allow ourselves to go inward and rediscover our individual essence in connection to Source.  It is this connection that creates wholeness within, preparing us for healthy exchanges in our lives, no matter what comes our way.

When one person believes they must attach to another for survival they are doing themselves a disservice.  The illusion of control is a false filler and will leave you feeling empty every time your attachment attempts independence.  The healthiest of relationships develop themselves as whole individuals first, and then come together, bringing to the table their unique talents and gifts.  When we get tangled in between each other so much is lost in the expectations.  We fall off our path, become distracted, and forget our life’s purpose.  Staying on track and tuning in to your spirit in connection to Source is what will bring you into wholeness.   

As you travel your path and flow with your authentic self, creating a balance of mind, body, spirit and emotions, you will begin to feel a change in your soul’s vibrational frequency.  Old connections may fade away as new ones emerge.  Any unhealthy people in your life will naturally disappear as you will have learned from that experience, choosing now to move into a different realm.  All energy around you will suddenly feel “right” and conducive to your new way of living. You will feel complete as you trust your intuition and become true to yourself in every aspect of your life.

Bless everyone who has crossed your path through life for it is every experience that has brought you to your truth.  Be thankful for those in your past, grateful for your present connections, and joyful for your future connections to come, vibrating side by side.  Individual, whole, complete.  It is then, and only then, that we all become ONE. 

© 2015 Cynthia Brennen, LMSW

Cynthia Brennen, LMSW, Contributor, Author. Please see Bio section for additional information.