This is how quickly my attitude and outlook changes on a daily, sometimes hourly basis. In complete opposition to yesterday’s post, today I can see the gift of a brain tumor, the opportunity of any serious challenge that any of us face in life.
What has the galaxy of Bob-the-parasite-in-my-brain gifted me? The opportunity to heal and expand relationships within my family. The ability to reach out and ask for help. The awareness of how much I am loved and the vulnerability to accept that I am worthy of so much love and support.
The tumor is giving me even more opportunity to examine how I act out in life to escape my feelings, and by so acknowledging, the willingness to release these obsessive thoughts and behaviors.
I have deepened my connection with God, the Source of All, through prayer and meditation.
I still grapple with my shift in perception of Reality, but I know that it is a positive shift.
I am willing to release Bob back to the Source, and believe that it is so.
*the small print at the bottom of the page: thoughts and feelings subject to change without notice. I am a temperamental, delicate flower who is good at pretending to be strong.
More will be revealed…