Discover and allow yourself to be who you were born to be.
byDonna M Rinelli rrt
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Get rid of the pollution in your mind of bad thoughts and what happened in the past. Continue to reach for new memories with new thoughts combined with much love for yourself and others. You don’t have to continue to be bothered by using your bad childhood as an old memory or crutch. Use it for the building blocks to reach out to yourself as well as others. I also had to live with the choices I made in my life up till now. Some good and some not so well, but I had to bless it all.
Find what emotion that seems to seep out to the outside world and needs some improvement in your life. It was funny that I could feel the anger but not love. Why was I picking anger in the first place? I felt that I was never good enough, feeling different from others. So I put up a wall that kept me safe. Sometimes we feel as if we could not confront our pain. Sometimes we don’t get the chance to be face to face with our abuser, because of many reasons and it doesn’t matter. So when we are left with that pain we are left with what to do with it, causing sadness and perhaps passing on that pain to others. I had to get to a place of feeling safe in the world knowing that it is all behind me.
Instead of being so hard on your self, for not being who others want you to be. It was just a square peg in a round hole and all you have to do is just simply get the right peg for the right hole. Its okay to dream outside of your box. Even when you may be looked at as silly to others, or criticized for that round peg that fits so well in your life. Just remember that if it fits you its who you are.
Breath of a Child is about finding the things in life that fill your soul. As a child, it was once there where you felt the closest to your soul. Through that feeling, you can find who you truly are in life. We have prepared ourselves as children to be in situations that are in our life today, helping us to server others. It’s being who you were born to be, helping you to live a more content, happy, and exciting life. There are so many ingredients that make a human being, and through many of them, we tend to lose who we truly are. We can sift through them, separating them by learning to rewire our brains with better thoughts. Just because we go through suffering and pain does not mean we have to live with it in our world. By allowing it to be released, you can begin to see the love in yourself, allowing you to have a fulfilled life.
About the Author
Donna was born in New York in 1965, where she lived for the first four years of her life. In addition, she has traveled, living in most of the New England States. Its when she is helping others that she feels her best and believes that everyone on this earth is connected. When one person has a shift in their life, it never leaves another untouched. She works as a Respiratory Therapist at a large level two trauma hospital and because of her work she saw how life could change in the blink of an eye. She has been together with her husband for twenty two years and has two adult children.
Donna is a survivor from child abuse and has spent her life helping herself, as well as others. It was not until her early forties when her children became adults, that she began to hear the echoes from her past. Determined to live a joyful life, she knew she had to make changes within herself, so she started a journey of change. She found that there were many ingredients that make a human being and only one stood out the most and that one is love