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Things Can Appear Well on the Surface

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Things can appear well on the surface and be eroding underneath. Until there is a breakdown or breakthrough, it remains unseen. We all have elements of our lives that are like that. Even something very small can create a huge cavern. If you are sensing that something isn’t quite right, ask yourself, ‘What is it that is making me feel off kilter?’ Then, give yourself some time to receive the answer. It will come.

What will your day bring your way? Once you have the answer, it is an opportunity to heal whatever you find. Dismantle it. Repair it. Let go of what no longer serves you. Release the pressure. Relieve the heartache. Cry. Yell. Write with abandon. Breathe. Do it all with love.

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