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People act on the outside what they feel on the inside

No one feels good being mean. No one comes to this earth with a mission to hurt other people. Only hurt people hurt people. 

This goes for you too. When you notice you're getting off at other people, playing the blame game of going into victim mode. Take a look inside. What's going on? What needs to be felt, or mended, or dealt with? 

The outer world is only a reflection of our inner world. That's why nothing changes until we change and everything changes when we do. It's up to each and everyone of us to look inside for the answers first. To take responsibility for our actions. Being able to respond. 

I believe everything gets better with love. It's my absolute experience and even though I haven't always followed my own advice in the past, I'll try my best to do so in the future. 

Next time someone is mean or rude to you, try to understand what's going on inside of them. It's not your responsibility to fix whatever is going on but maybe you could support them somehow to make both of your lives better? 

Next time you notice yourself being mean or rude to someone else or even to you, try to understand what's going on inside of you. It is your responsibility to fix whatever is going on and you can support yourself to make your life better. And the people around you will benefit from it too. 

 

With all my love, Helena 

With all my love, Helena 

The doctor won't have all the answers for you

Even though we sometimes need conventional medicine. Even though it saves lives every day. Even though it has it's obvious benefits. It doesn't have all the answers. It will not solve everything for you. 

Listen to the doctor. Take the advice. Then, listen in. Do what you can. Don't give your power away. You are still responsible for your life, no matter what. Even if you decide to take the pill, reflect on how you can support the healing in your own way. Do you need some extra hours of sleep through this challenge? Could you eat in a way that truly supports your body? Do you need to talk to a professional or someone you trust to deal with the emotions that come up? 

There is no black or white in healing. We all need to find our own way. A complimentary way. You need to find your own. 

With all my love,
Helena