Looking back in retrospection I see now how I allowed that. And I say all that with total love for myself. I do not judge my choices. I'm not admonishing myself over my actions. No, not at all. I'm thankful for them now because of how it shaped me.
I was always holding back my light so that others could see how brightly they shone. I didn't realize that in holding back I was actually casting a shadow of darkness over my own light. I was holding back my breath.
I'd believed for so long that my light had something less than. I believed that everyone else was more illuminated than what I was. I knew I had a bigger light but I didn't think I should show it.
That by showing it would have cast a shadow over those I loved. So I thought I was being kind.
The reason holding back my light which physically was actually holding my breath had such an impact, make an impression on me, is because today I have blockages throughout my entire body.
My entire life had been in holding my breath, holding back the flow of blood and doing things that caused blockages in my arteries because I didn't realize I deserved better.
This Aha moment, or moments has come to me little by little. I built my self esteem up little by little until I began to feel love for myself and love from others. I'd been thinking all backwards before and when that realization hit me, I moved into my light.
I claim my light now and in so doing I claim my spirit. It's been a long road and still working on the journey but now I emit my own frequency and am getting better at that as I move through each day.
Are you emitting your own frequency or are you holding beliefs that do not serve you, or anyone else? You have to take time to look deep and think about that. It is affecting your life and when you step into your own brightness there's no holding back to what miracles are lining up for you.
Claim your spirit and walk into the light. May this day serve you well so that we are all served.
Love and blessings, Dallas