I’ve mentioned before that I am viewing this chapter of my life not as summiting a mountain but growing a lush vibrant garden.
My coach asked me to close my eyes and describe what that looks like.
Eventually I said Te Fiti, the goddess with the power to create life in the awesome movie Moana.
She looks like a lush garden or is covered in green and when she is healthy she exudes growth and life.
As I continued I realized how much of my life parallels the story of Te Fiti.
Her heart was stolen. And she turned into Te Ka, essentially a scary demon who spews fire lava.
Moana is on a mission to save her village by restoring the heart of Te Fiti. And in this clip she realizes that Te Ka is Te Fiti and seeks to restore and return her heart.
It’s quite beautiful and moving scene and indicative of my inner work.
Without connection to our hearts who do we become?
I’ve been privileged to meet some amazing therapists and was gifted The Heart Reconnection Guidebook which says:
Healing begins the moment you return to your heart and remember that not feeling good about yourself is the only thing that’s not good enough.Heart Reconnection Guidebook
I’m returning to my heart.
I’m reminding myself that the only thing not good enough is thinking I’m not good enough.
I know and am uncovering how when I’m connected to my source, my heart that’s where life and love flow and I become alive.
And as long as I’m connected with heart, wherever I go and whoever I touch I bring lush vibrant life and love.
I am Te Fiti.
Connected to my heart I bring and give life, love and abundance to myself first then others.