A couple of weeks ago, I took myself out to Malibu for a few days to celebrate my birthday. I rented an Airbnb and just enjoyed “what was,” which wasn’t a usual May in Malibu. Instead of bright blue skies, warm ocean breezes and sunshine, it was overcast, rainy, and then a huge storm blew through.
The following day, mercifully, the sun shined through, the Pacific Ocean sparkled again, and everything looked washed clean.
Six months ago, the Woolsey fire roared through Malibu Mountains destroying hundreds of homes, parks, and upending lives. The three houses around the place where I stayed burned to the ground, but the wind shifted just in the nick of time, so a few hillside homes still stand. Now, construction is in full on all the surrounding properties, rebuilding what was lost.
Because one of my favorite Malibu parks, Charmlee, was still closed, I went hiking up at Circle X Ranch, and the surrounding hills were green, and flowers were blooming from the burned-out land.
That’s the way life goes. So, when it feels as if your whole life is going up in flames, if you can remember not to panic, that’s what will save you.
You have to keep focused on the moment and know that this is only a temporary situation.
I should know! When my husband died, he left me in $180,000 of debt, no insurance, no retirement, nothing! I was 54 and had no idea what to do, but I knew I couldn’t panic. I just put one foot in front of the other and kept on going.
That’s why I can help my clients when it looks as if there’s no hope. I can remind them that it’s temporary. I help them see it from a different perspective. In the regression work, I help them pull back and see their problem as a test from their “higher self,” or their adventurous soul. I love my work because it’s filled with adventurous souls. It’s as if they all want to ride on the E-Ticket rides!
If you need help to stop your panic, call me. Hypnosis, hypnotherapy, and past-life regression can help.
Sending you love,
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