Faith in the Unknown

I have spent much of my life relying on old habits and thoughts that were comfortable. Although these things might not have been good for me, I knew what to expect.

Today, I am focusing my energy on faith in the unknown.

May and June were very difficult months for me.  There was uncertainty with my professional life, living situation, finances and relationships.  Old traumas that I didn’t even know existed were brought to the surface.  I lashed out, acted with aggression and tried to run- these are all old habits that worked in the past, yet I never used the skills I had been taught to handle those situations.  Instead, I changed things, moved or ran away.

I didn’t run this time.

After accepting my faults and facing my issues, I felt a huge sense of clarity and peace.  I learned that unhealthy people will try to bring you down, blame their problems on you and make you feel guilty for the shame you have already overcome.  I have had to set boundaries that were challenging, but I no longer feel sad about them.  I feel relief.

When your head is clear and you’re on the right path, you finally realize why the universe kept things that you so desperately wanted away from you. You realize that this person or thing isn’t what you needed- and it’s time to settle for more. So much more. 💝

Today I know that the universe has much more in store for me than I could even imagine- I just need to continue to have faith.

About Kristin Fehrman

Boston-based writer. Living beautifully at Mindful in Style.
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2 Responses to Faith in the Unknown

  1. Your faith seems strong. Great to see you are the right path 🙏🏻😊

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