This is an older post, but worth re-reading! You can find so many writings posted over the last four years over on the sidebar under “Complete Blog Index.”
It was a quiet weekend for this avid indoors gal. I call it “spelunking time.”
Those of you who know that term—sometimes called “caving”—know it’s an outdoors term used when you go explore deep underground caves. For the indoors, it’s deep exportation of old emotional and psychic patterns. Old bits that, if left unattended, can wreck havoc to the system. But it’s winter; the cold air has come, it’s storm season, and it’s a great time to go inside to do some indoor spelunking.
Repressed emotions do not go away. They do not disappear with time. Instead, they get buried and then reactivate at the next great obstacle. (“My partner and I broke up and suddenly I feel like I am five again when my father walked out.”)Continue reading…