Close The Door
The scene on both sides of the door reflecting a new peace and freedom only closure can offer.
Before you walk away make certain you are fully surrendered and not resigned to this closure. There is a big difference between letting go and giving up.
Closure is usually a fairly lonesome endeavor.
Most of the people you would like to share this action with are not going to care enough (or still be around) to assist you in this chore. If we want to know the pleasures of living a charmed life we will have to become adept at closure. If we do not achieve mastery of this spiritual tool we may drag a Petri dish of toxic emotions with us through life.
The very kind of poison that attracts and mirrors the pain of the past in every relationship you have.
The land of the great unresolved has lots of room for the dysfunctional among us. Unresolved issues will keep us trying to fix what was never broken in the first place where ere we can. All of the movies we run in our minds about our lives are not necessarily required viewing.
If you are going to run that private viewing? You really don’t want to identify too dearly with the actors. Just watch the flick. Tell your inner Rex Reed (remember him?) to leave the critique to heaven.
Try to absorb the meaning of the tale the first time you see it. This way, you won’t have to invest in the entire boxed set series.
Make no mistake, there is enough energy in the unfinished business of our lives to power a Third World country. What I am suggesting here is for you to take that power back. Take it back and use it to power the life you yearn for. Denial will get us nowhere fast. So fess up. Clear it out. Use it or lose it. Say goodbye.
Close the door to a place where all of your former crazy trials and relationships may rest in peace.
A place where they may no longer harm you or your plans. Continue on your journey unencumbered by the “riff-raff” of your past.
Let it go. It’s nothing worth fostering.
To use a gardening metaphor tell yourself to; “Stop watering the weeds!” Close the door for the last time and don’t even peek. I bid you safe passage.
Have a sweet one!