My Garden

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Life is like a garden, with layers and hidden treasures, we don’t always see at first glance everything that is in a garden.  The same happens with us and full awareness of the self.  It is up to us to develop different levels of awareness of the different facets of who we are emotionally, spiritually etc.. in order to work through healing. In our search for success, we need to aim for goals that we set only after we work through the process of healing the hidden self. By building this plane of self-awareness, we can work through this process successfully.

Essentially, we really should develop abilities and skills to work through personal development and to increase self-perception and awareness. Only then can one face the world with a positive mind. It is possible to work through the healing processes and nurture the hidden self.

This means moving away from uncontrolled emotions while taking action to bring order to our lives. Establishing control of the body, mind and spirit will helpus with healing by using and developing new approaches to achieve fulfillment.

Simply because we may achieve wealth, or fame, it does not mean that we  have healed the hidden self. Materials do not make who we are. Sure, money brings us a degree of financial security, yet it doesn’t create the whole self. If the whole self is left undiscovered, often one will feel temporary elation, yet true happiness is out of sight.

Inner healing is the primary goal to finding fulfillment. Our emotions and mental reactions often direct the way we feel about ourselves. We need to analyze and examine these elements of our human mosaic, analyzing often to discover ways to reform our perceptions and conceptions.

We need to stay aware, in tune of our thoughts. We need to be able to control all our reactions and actions that result from our thoughts, produced by our conceptions.

Many people struggle with emotions. This is because these people have not explored the full depth of self t to find their true direction. Often these people lack self-control, and will act on impulses. Impulses can often lead us to react out of accord to our purpose, which leads to unfavorable consequences. This is why we need to develop self-control in order to think through each decision.

Learning to control our reactions and emotions in the authentic self-concept and healing process is essential. Core principles can help us to change and to achieve a higher plane of awareness and self and healing. Failing to develop these traits causes us to stagnate  in our concepts, our creativity and our lives, which will hinder one from moving past negative emotions and concepts.

Our natural principles otherwise suffocate us as they come out in the open and are out of our control. It’s important to heal our inner selves to manage the impulsive facets in our human nature that are holding us back from our self-development.

During the growing and self-development process, it’s crucial to learn the importance of flexibility. During the growing and developing phase, we must learn that life is active and does not remain constant. Developing flexibility helps us to see when we must establish core principles or main beliefs to replace perceptions and conceptions that hinder you from healing the hidden self.

It’s important we continue to seek healing the hidden self by analyzing and finding ways to abandon bad experiences that cause us to resist change. In addition it’s crucial to  cease leading a compulsive life and move to new situations with different approaches in order to attain a controlled reaction with an open mind.

Experiences can lead to unhappiness. Most people will grab onto and hold negative feelings and thoughts, such as resentment, shame, guilt, fear, etc… For us to heal the hidden self we need to abandon these negative aspects, taking down the walls and reconstructing the mind to move toward healing of the hidden being.  May we all achieve this constructively for our own good and the good of all society.


kappello

Born in New Jersey, August 1965, this Italian-American has always had a great interest in music, particularly the Oldies, Country and Ethnic music, including Irish. For over 10 years Ms. Appello passionately taught ESL to students of varying ages. Grounded if her faith and spirituality, Katherine endured a range of issues, including a great deal of pain, which was finally diagnosed to be associated with Fibromyalgia. The essence and the power of music, of words, allow Katherine to overcome these struggles each and every time. We are all blessed to have Katherine’s strength, wisdom, and words to write “Pray For Me Tonight’