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Come Home to Yourself

Come Home to Yourself

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As your sense of care and love for this small symbol of your soul grows, notice how parts of yourself you had forgotten arise in your awareness now feeling safe enough to come back in. However, on a subtle or not so subtle level, we might also learn from our parents or caregivers that “being creative” is unacceptable, or that expressing moderate anger or frustration is going against the norms of society. Because true belonging only happens when we present our authentic, imperfect selves to the world, our sense of belonging can never be greater than our level of self-acceptance. This home inside of us is a home no one can take away from us, and it cannot be damaged or destroyed. In her second collection of published writing, Déjà Rae explores the highs and lows of letting go of past relationships and embracing loneliness as a means to discover oneself.

With this acknowledgement, every hidden nuance of anger, in all its glorious forms began revealing itself. Looking back is equally important as it makes space for us to witness our bravery and strength, our triumphs and hard work too. When we touch this experience of coming home, it is like we have finally arrived home after a long journey. My feet touched the feet of a lonely, isolated person, and someone carried away by hatred and anger.At its very core, the shadow is the collective name given to aspects of ourselves we are not taking ownership of because of fear.

Coming home to ourselves feels like belonging; it is a state that holds us and enables us to hold others. At times I envision the process of coming home as a journey through rivers and valleys, over mountain tops and through forest. The things we learn not to like, we disown—a part of our body that we perceive to be ugly; our desires, anger, or emotions that we were once chastised for.

Intimacy requires vulnerability, it requires us to open the door to our caged hearts and expose our most tender spaces. Coming home is hard work and often looks like being stripped bare, raw, peeling away pretense and exposing the lies we’ve believed about ourselves. My little sister referred me to this book and some how as I was reading it I started to connect with myself more in a deeper level start to live myself know my worth .

So I was tasting the earth with my feet, listening to it, looking at it, feeling it, knowing it, smelling it with my feet. My “visions” are like seeing a vivid movie play out in my mind and hearing a resounding message or voice deep within me. When you conform to gain acceptance, you pretty much have to slice and rearrange bits of yourself to fit into that particular puzzle. With the advent of global travel, the idea of homesickness, however, became almost juvenile—something children experience at camp perhaps—and the notion that ‘home’ is more of a feeling than a place lost credibility altogether.

What I love about Arielle’s writing is that she takes readers on this journey step by step, filled with wisdom and grace.

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