A reflection on emotional clearing

I’ve been doing some emotional clearing and I’m sitting here waiting, waiting for a workman to arrive to hang a mirror, giving me time to reflect.

This has been my home for 20 years where I have raised 2 children.  Two children learned to crawl, walk and run on these floors. I’ve spent endless hours on my knees building elaborate Thomas the tank engine train tracks and villages.  Music has filled the house, often too loud and with much singing. This has been a home filled with walls of photographic memories, and an abundance of laughter and joy. In this home we had many parties with live bands, the grandest of cheese boards, wine and champagne flowed endlessly.

This has also been the home where our lives slowly unravelled and spiralled into a dark chaos.

My husband’s alcoholism slowly chipped away at his health, sneakily eating away at his life, eventually ending it. It’s now 5 years since his death and it’s taken me this long to do the clearing. There’s still more to clear. Far more than just a house.

Healing takes as long as it needs to take.

Emotional Clearing takes time

Emotional clearing has been difficult, but it’s also been empowering. There comes a point where you realise that you need to stop resisting your emotions.  Instead, bring awareness to them and allow them. I definitely avoided feeling my emotions for years, by repressing them. This must stop to actually clear them.

I’ve discovered myself and a new purpose too. I am creating space to heal, and I’ll forever continue to make space. There are so many stories that I will continue to share as I wander along the Pathway to Peace healing journey. 

Soon this house will be sold and new memories made in a new home. New beginnings. One day a new family will move into this space and create their own new beginnings too. 

Keep doing the work to take care of yourself, my friends. Keep clearing, making room for the good and creating more space for that luminous beautiful light that’s already inside of you. 

Emotional clearing is one of the topics that we delve into together, inside the Blossome Community membership. Jon us. You don’t have to do the clearing alone.

Kim Moore Blossome

About Kim More

Kim lost her husband to alcohol dependency in 2017. She created the Blossome Community to help others enduring losing a loved one to alcoholism or addiction find a Pathway to Peace so they can let go of guilt/shame and live with self-compassion and joy.

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