“Psychically, it is good to make a halfway place, a way station, a considered place in which to rest and mend after one escapes a famine. It is not too much to take one year, two years, to assess one’s wounds, seek guidance, apply the medicines, consider the future. A year or two is scant time.”
Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Women Who Run With the Wolves
Allow yourself the time you need, to tend to your wounds, to heal your heart, to hold yourself gently.
One of the difficulties of healing is we want it to happen faster, bigger, better- but healing comes in it’s own time, in it’s own gentle way.
I guarantee if you invite healing into your life, into your heart it will work it’s magic.
In it’s own time.