ENDINGS

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In order for our children’s children to evolve and create new ways of being, our generation must understand what has to end.

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In my book Moving Moments I share that in all the cycles of life, it is stillness that teaches me the most about myself and what needs to be seen and changed.

Seeds do not germinate in the light like they do in darkness, because the light decomposes the carbon acid gas, expels the oxygen and fixes the carbon, and this hardens the seed and prevents growth.

A seed that does not spend time in darkness will never evolve.

It takes courage to turn within and to be alone with our feelings, however this is where our truth is found.

What I have learned is that unless I am willing to face my darkness, my fears, or my ancestral wounding, I unconsciously ignore my ability to expand. Over time, this hardens my heart and prevents growth and abundance being received.

More importantly, if I do not end what no longer serves me, or do not learn what expands me in this generation, then I am willingly passing this onto my children’s, children’s future.

If you would like to learn more about this, please visit my website.

https://www.karenlangauthor.com/

17 thoughts on “ENDINGS

  1. Beautifully said dear lady. These words…’A seed that does not spend time in darkness will never evolve’…is indeed the core of this conditional world…so we can find that beauty that is unconditional. A post from that beauty, thank you for sharing ❤️ 🙏🏽 🦋

  2. You have a very positive way about you, Karen. It is very special, and the sentence “It takes courage to turn within and to be alone with our feelings” is something that finds a positive aspect of the difficulties we’ve faced in the past 18 months. Wishing you well ~

    1. So nice to hear from you Randall. We have all felt and faced a great deal over the past months and no doubt it’s time for change. Thank you. Stay well too 🙏🏻🌿

  3. “More importantly, if I do not end what no longer serves me, or do not learn what expands me in this generation, then I am willingly passing this onto my children’s, children’s future.” This hits me. So very true. Something I believe. Especially as I try to break free from previous patterns handed down to me. Thanks, as always, Karen for a thoughtful post!

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