“I’ve been noticing as I do your Brain-Pelvic Floor integration movements, the more I relax, the more I am becoming less tolerant of things my family “expects of me”. Things that up till now, I just put up with. I got really angry last night when my daughter wanted me to do her laundry. She’s 16!
I feel less interested in doing everything for everyone and want more time for just me.”
It’s not uncommon during certain phases of our monthly cycle or perimenopause, for habits like stuffing our desires (because we are faced by someone with a stronger or more self-absorbed personality, or a lifetime of putting others first) to explode into the room as a push against the prevailing inequity, and now, for the first time, everyone is looking at it.
Sometimes it’s just not pretty.
In whatever manner this deeper landscape gets your attention, whether through the still quiet voice within or the force that is to be reckoned with, it’s well worth your time and energy to heed it’s call. It’s well worth taking the time you need, and using it the way you choose, to become more intimate with this inner landscape.
What is on the other side of this terrain is the birth of a new you that is more empowered to live with and from your deeper truth.
If you need to be a volcano to put this self into motion, well have at it.
Just remember to say please and thank you, as in ” I feel annoyed when you do that. Please stop doing it when I am here. Thank you” and you will emerge from these eruption of self with your kindness and manners in tact, and not leave any residue that you’ll have to clean up later.
We all know what it’s like to stink up a room because we have dog pooh on our shoes.
There no need for that unless you like the smell of dog pooh.