Choices, I’ve Made A Few… Shockers!

by T.S, Bricklayer, Coraki, Australia

At age 28 my life was out of control. I had a job, girlfriend, home, car, etc and everything appeared to be fine (I sure thought it was) – but for me to get through the day I needed my cans of coke, chocolate, cigarettes and my pot. And that was just the days through the week – come time for the weekend and I needed all that, plus ecstasy and speed. My life was a blur, and whilst I was holding down my job as a bricklayer, I was completely thrashing myself. I took so much pride in being the fastest brickie in the gang, but not so much care in what I was building. I was always a neat worker but I just wanted to get the job done so I could get home and get out of it: I was even contemplating a career change as I had had enough. At the time I thought it was my job that I was sick of, but I look back now and it was my life that was turning me off.

It was around this time that my girlfriend (now wife) was making slight changes in her life as a result of attending a few Universal Medicine events. We clashed on a few changes, and as a result I moved out; this was mainly because I wanted to keep drinking. I was shattered. This was a difficult time as I dearly missed my girlfriend and kids, but I didn’t want to change my life, even though I could see it falling apart. I’m not sure what the turning point was, but after several months I knew something had to change. The drugs I was consuming were making me feel sick and I was not enjoying myself as I used to.

I moved out of the house I shared with two mates and into my own place with no drinking or drugging: I basically cut contact with all my friends as everyone was a pot smoker and I was positive I didn’t want that anymore. It was a little lonely but I felt better within myself. During this time I was making more contact with the family I had left; our relationships started to grow, and I also started attending Universal Medicine events.

All of this had a huge impact on me – I was no longer feeling so alone in the world and I was happy a lot more often. With attending Universal Medicine courses it was interesting as a lot of what was presented was quite confronting and hard to take, but at the same time I left each event feeling a lot clearer in the head and looking forward to life, rather than dreading it. Also, it seemed to make sense what this man called Serge Benhayon was talking about, and he was very easy to be around. I felt very comfortable in his presence as he wasn’t judging me on what I did or how I looked, he was just letting me be me – which was wonderful as most men are comparing/judging/sizing each other up like dogs do when they meet each other (except for the butt sniffing!).

What was confronting was the fact that I came to the realisation that my life was the way it was because of the choices I had made – and boy had I made some shockers! That realisation took a lot to get over as it was so easy to blame this or that and take no responsibility for my actions. Another big one was the word love. Love for me had always been an emotion or a word to use when you wanted to get a girl in bed with you, I never thought of it as an expression of who we are.

Over the next few years my life dramatically changed. I am no longer the scruffy dressing bloke hiding behind the beard and dreadlocks, but am now the handsome clean-shaven, neatly dressed man you see. I now allow myself to feel how I am and how others are, and I don’t see myself as better than or less than anyone else. I have become a gentle, caring, loving and respectful man in all that I do. I am now talking about my feelings. I still lay bricks, but now they are laid with a purpose – I am creating homes, walls, letterboxes etc. for people to live in and around. I now realise that everything is energy so I make a point to lay those bricks as lovingly as I can. Who would you rather have build your home… Tony now, or Tony seven years ago? It’s a no-brainer.

My diet has radically changed. I don’t drink coke for breakfast to wash down the six cones I had just smoked. I barely have sugar in my diet as it is too sweet and it makes me racy or on edge. I eat to support myself to be the best I can be; I don’t eat to a point where I am so full I get tired and need to sleep it off.

My life now doesn’t have the huge swings between the chemical highs and the dreadful lows that always used to follow close by. I am now married to the beautiful woman who gave me the choice between drinking and family years ago, and I am grateful she did, as it gave me time to sort out what I really wanted: our relationship continues to grow as we do. I feel closer with my mother and father now than I can ever remember; mum and I can actually talk about life. I know Dad thinks I’m a bit different and he doesn’t agree with some of my decisions, but he can feel my love. I now want to be around my children as they are lovely people, not just my kids. Of course, at times I still find there are challenges. I have found if I have expectations on how my children should be or what they should do, then I am setting myself up for hurt: I have had to look at why I need my children to look, act or behave in a certain way. Could it be that we need our children to look and act the part so people can say what a great job as a parent you must be doing? The more I let them be themselves and not want them to be anything but themselves, the easier it seems to get. I still set boundaries and pull them up, but I no longer expect a set outcome, or try to control them.

I am not the shy man I once was, thinking I wasn’t worth anything. I enjoy talking to people.

Serge Benhayon never told me what to do or how to be, he simply talked about what happens in life, and gave reasons as to why. He never judged me, and that was cool because I was constantly judged by the way that I looked, and I hated that. Serge is simply a man full of love, sharing with all of us how we too can be full of that same love. I am proud to be his friend.

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329 thoughts on “Choices, I’ve Made A Few… Shockers!

  1. ❤️Thank you Tony, what you have shared has happened to so many of us and we get caught in the rush to get home for down time when our whole day can support our evolution when we do the simple changes that you have shared.

  2. Wow what a change to your life and for the better too. Most people would still be stuck in the addictions of what they consume as they can’t handle life without it. We really need to question why people go to these things on the first place. And when we meet Serge Benhayon, he meets us past the things we do to keep us from being ourselves. He sees us from the truth of our souls. It is true that we are never asked to do or be in a particular way, it is simply our choices and our choices to make too.

    Everything we do has a responsibility attached to it, its how we are when we do it that matters. And when we become more astute to it and our awareness expands, we can feel the difference in the energy we bring to it. The sensitivity increases and we live our lives from the energy that supports other people.

  3. This is an amazing blog because it is so honest and when we get to this understanding then we ready to make the changes necessary
    “What was confronting was the fact that I came to the realisation that my life was the way it was because of the choices I had made”

    1. Mary it is from honesty that our lives can change. When we live from lies, we pretend that everything is ok when we are far from it. Honesty and taking the initial steps, helps us change our lives for the better but we don’t always for see the end results during these times…

  4. I agree with you that the Universal Medicine courses can be confronting and I feel that is because the language used is deconstructing the lies we have allowed ourselves to be fed.

  5. There are times in life where I have simply come to a point where I know I needed to change the way I was living, and there are other times when I have been inspired by how another lives to make the change in my life, and then there are times when I have struggled to accept making a change despite knowing on some level that this was best for me and all. It is always about honouring our own pace with the changes, and knowing that once a loving way of being is embraced, we can hold it dear and keep it as our foundation for future loving changes and choices and grow from here.

  6. So many times I too have taken pride in what I do and how fast or efficiently I can do it rather than focusing on the quality of the work that I have the capacity to deliver.

  7. T.S. I love the way you write and the honesty with which you write. There is so much you have shared which everyone can in some way relate to, be this the loneliness we can feel when we decide to stop a habit that all our friends do, or the way we feel more clear in the head when we look after ourselves… so much simple truths and common experiences have been shared here in a way that allows awareness and healing. Thank you!

  8. Having expectations on people, or our children, does not feel great and is an imposition, ‘ I have found if I have expectations on how my children should be or what they should do, then I am setting myself up for hurt: I have had to look at why I need my children to look, act or behave in a certain way’

    1. I agree with you Lorraine having expectations on children is very damaging for them and the parent. How many parents are disappointed because their children didn’t turn out the way they had expected. and then have the misplaced hurt of ‘after all I have done’ this is how they repay me. We live our lives full of expectations and conditions without ever realising this and the damage it has on everyone.

  9. Thank you TS, I’m sure many people could relate to how you felt about life and the ways you tried to cope, which actually made life feel worse. It’s a vicious cycle of withdrawing more because the tools to cope, like junk food, sugar, alcohol, and drugs actually make us feel worse. They confirm an ever depending low self worth. One of the most powerful realisations we can have is that we are completely responsible for our lives, and if we then break life down into choices we can begin examining each choice and their outcome, and make loving changes step by step. Whether we live in misery or joy it’s we who are responsible for ourselves.

  10. Serge Benhayon does not judge whatever one has done and what he presents is a way of life that does not ignore what ‘shockers’ one has made, just a way where one takes responsibility for one’s choices, deal with their consequences and to heal from them.

  11. Our choices continually affect our lives, ‘ I came to the realisation that my life was the way it was because of the choices I had made’.

  12. We all make bad choices and we all stuff up, but bring in the understanding as to why and then see judgement fly out the door. From this point, it is much easier to make new choices.

  13. ‘What was confronting was the fact that I came to the realisation that my life was the way it was because of the choices I had made…’ This realisation is a bit of a wake-up call for all of us when we get to this point as we no longer can put the blame on anyone or anything outside of us.

  14. I have made a few shockers .. just a few!!!!! 😶 of choices in my life too and similarly Universal Medicine and Serge Benhayon helped me to see, truly see, how I had been living and slowly I started to make more loving choices for me as well, which is ongoing. When reading this ‘Could it be that we need our children to look and act the part so people can say what a great job as a parent you must be doing?’ what I have seen through observation is when our children are not doing so great we do not want to look at ourselves, what we are reflecting to them, our choices and how we are with them but instead just look at what they are doing wrong. Being a parent, or an adult, is a huge responsibility in what are we reflecting to our younger generation. We can either raise and set standards or let them keep falling.

  15. ‘What was confronting was the fact that I came to the realisation that my life was the way it was because of the choices I had made…’ This is the shocker when we get to the nub of it. We can’t blame anyone else and only by making different choices can we really change anything in our lives.

  16. Love … ‘I never thought of it as an expression of who we are.’ That is so perceptive and very true, we easily see love as something we need to get us something or that brings us something but the fact that it’s us, our natural expression often eludes us, and yet it is us, so finding and establishing a relationship with the love we are is part of being and living ourselves.

    1. The fact that the truth about love is almost completely absent, and the world is saturated with lies about love shows us the set up to delay our return to our true origins. We could not get it so wrong so pervasively unless it was intentional.

  17. Anonymous, you show that however seemingly bad our lives become, or how far we’ve fallen, we must never give up on ourselves. With correct support we can always recover and heal, but only with the realisation it’s in our own hand to make it happen, no one can do it for us.

  18. I have found that being willing to learn from my mistakes brings a level of humbleness that allows an opening to others that is not otherwise there. I’m sure everyone has made decisions that were not the wisest – but the fact that we are aware of it says something and offers an opportunity to grow and deepen our awareness.

  19. I love the responsibility you have taken for your own life. Thank you because it is truly inspiring “What was confronting was the fact that I came to the realisation that my life was the way it was because of the choices I had made”. This is a sentence we could all have on our mirrors.

    1. Well said Lucy – we are the creators of our own lives… and each choice comes with its consequences whether these be ‘good’ or ‘bad’….

  20. Of all the things one could appreciate about Serge Benhayon, the fact that he never judges anyone is very high on my not inconsiderable list. How rare it is to meet a man such as this. We would do well to appreciate him and all that he is offering us all.

  21. Gorgeous TS thank you. I love what you share about your children being ‘lovely people, not just my kids’. I am certain we all respond to being seen for who we are rather than our position or situation in life. And I love what you share about Serge Benhayon too. ‘A man full of love…’ – absolutely so.

    1. Yes, how often do you hear that said about our kids? not often enough, but it starts with us paying attention to how we are living so we don’t impose on them to fix anything for us. Being love rather than doing love – count me in for that lesson.

      1. I love to see parents treating their kids as equals and with the same love and respect as they would an adult. This is so very important in my view. When kids learn they are equal to all those around them, then they have a wonderful foundation in life.

  22. This is something I’ve been looking at, “I have found if I have expectations on how my children should be or what they should do, then I am setting myself up for hurt: I have had to look at why I need my children to look, act or behave in a certain way.” I have found this to be so much more in my face now my boys are teenagers. They spot judgement and hypocrisy a mile away. As soon as I come with an expectation I lose sight of what’s really going on and disconnect from them and myself.

    1. The value of holding back from judging is something I can now appreciate. When we judge, it’s always about self, not the other person and they feel it. It imposes, rather than offers space for others to be themselves.

  23. The loneliness we feel in such situations is not a pining for the past or a wishing for the future but more so a deep ache that comes from not living true to the absolute beauty we each in essence are.

  24. The has been my experience of studying with Universal Medicine “During this time I was making more contact with the family I had left; our relationships started to grow, and I also started attending Universal Medicine events.” Some relationships have changed and shifted, but generally I have found honesty, connectedness and developed the relationships I have with friends and family, I feel closer and more appreciative of them.

  25. As we live The Way of The Livingness our confidence returns as we accept and appreciate and value ourselves knowing that we are all equal and that it is our choices in life, our choice of quality and source of energy that makes our lives harming or healing.

  26. What is awesome Is to be able to see how what ever the drug or addiction was is now something that you wouldn’t even consider as it just doesn’t support a quality that you are prepared to live with anymore.

    1. So true Natalie, we can at anytime in our lives let go of anything that harms our body and get support, healing and understanding. It can then seriously be a non event after… like another lifetime sense. We really don’t need to walk around with a label of recovering addict after.

  27. “I came to the realisation that my life was the way it was because of the choices I had made” – It’s true that regardless of our background or history, the largest contributor in designing our life is us and our choices. We choose what happens to our being on a daily basis and thus shape our rhythm, relationships and life.

  28. “What was confronting was the fact that I came to the realisation that my life was the way it was because of the choices I had made – and boy had I made some shockers!”. Yes, to this realisation for me too, and from acknowledging the truth, I knew that the time for blaming everyone else for the way my life had turned out was over; it was time to step out of the past into the present. There are always going to be many choices for us to make in every single day of our lives and each and every choice comes with a consequence that is our responsibility, and ours alone.

  29. When others hold steady in what they can feel, hold steady in the love that they are, it gives a clear (and sometimes painful) reflection of what we are allowing in our own lives…. and a choice of our own to make.

  30. Choosing to love not harm ourselves is something we can all do but only a few are open or ready to take this path.

  31. What you describe here beautifully T.S. is how we can grow the love for ourselves and simply bring more self care in to our life by making different choices, choices that we know are the ones we need and not the ones we have given into for so long.

  32. An amazing story T.S and what a committed and loving wife you have! I am deeply appreciating the constellations that occur in our lives. Every constellation including our partners is perfectly set up to support us to evolve.

    1. “Every constellation including our partners is perfectly set up to support us to evolve”. Love this Caroline. To accept this truth is never to blame, judge or wish we were somewhere other than where we are.

    2. Letting go the pictures of how a relationship (of any kind) is supposed to be is key to feel what’s truly on offer for both people.

  33. “I’m not sure what the turning point was, but after several months I knew something had to change. The drugs I was consuming were making me feel sick and I was not enjoying myself as I used to.” It is when we get to this point and the body is telling us something different to what we have accepted and gone along with that we begin to make true changes in our lives.

  34. It can be quite uncomfortable when we see that it is our choices that create the lives we have, and how they affect not just ourselves, but everyone around us.

  35. Love as an expression of who we are, how many of us actually lived this, or even considered it, I know I didn’t before I met Serge Benhayon and felt the love he held me and everyone else in … it blew me away and I feel the same here in this sharing how a man held in love changed his life and I feel that’s how we can be all be with each other. A seriously awesome and inspiring sharing, thank you.

    1. There is nothing like the power of reflection and inspiration that’s on offer from the truth someone lives.

  36. Sometimes it’s worth reflecting on how we’ve previously lived and have since refined our rhythm, diet, relationships and so forth, to really appreciate these new foundations and how they are rock solid, steady and can support us through anything.

    1. Thank you Susie for your comment, the appreciation is so important to consolidate and hold precious the changes we have made. Your words have also highlighted to me aspects of my foundation that are not holding me steady – more loving changes to be made.

  37. No matter what we have chosen in the past when we hold a willingness to change and heal ourselves we are always able to turn our life and our health and well-being around from reconnecting with our body and quality of our true feelings and in expressing the love we feel in our heart.

  38. Just getting the job done and as much done as possible before lunch seems to be a common attitude with most of my co-workers with no consideration for the quality of what they are doing. Whereas for me quality comes first and often I finish tasks way before them as I am present in my body and steadily go from one task to the next with no time wasting.

  39. One of the evils of marijuana is that many people consider it a harmless, non addictive drug which is far from the truth. From my own experience I found it harder to stop taking then heroin, and it certainly had a worse effect on my being and on my whole life then heroin ever did.

  40. TS your sharing is a great example of how our life becomes richer, more harmonious and joyful when we choose to return to the love we truly are and come from.

  41. A true miracle Tony – what a change!! The esoteric way of life is a connection back to the love that we are. Once I connected to my love this is all I ever want. I lived a similar reckless life with drugs and self-abuse. I did not know how to connect to my essence with no influence or role model around me. Nothing inspired me. I attended one of the best high schools in Australia, then completed the highest education at university, then the glamour style living being a status symbol.
    It was an interesting life .. as if I did know but was not willing to bring it out because no one else did. Serge Benhayon did it for me straight up at my first workshop. My life flashed instantly before me and I knew I had to start clearing my self-abuse and start feeling my all-knowing, and be responsible for what I felt and always knew. It was a big change suddenly; and you can do it with the support of Universal Medicine.
    Well done Tony .. its confirmation anyone can do it.

  42. I love your honest and candeur, we have all made shocking choices but the main thing is so long as we learn from them then nothing is lost. However if we stay stuck and keep repeating the same patterns and making the same choices then all we do is hurt ourselves and all those around us. What is before us is always an opportunity to learn from. If we hang onto regrets from the past, this opportunity gets blurred. Even though we could say we knew better now we have seen the truth we have no excuse not to be the love that we are and why wouldn’t we want to be?!

    1. I agree James, sometimes we do put ourselves in situations where we are to learn the ‘hard’ way but this is exactly and perfectly constellated and what is needed for us to learn. Even when the cycle keeps on repeating itself there is never an excuse to bash and be hard on ourselves – we are far too precious and delicate for that!

      1. So true, ‘we are far too precious and delicate’ we just need to keep reminding ourselves of this fact and returning to living and honouring the love we are. So then there is no room for self bashing or disregard.

  43. Its incredible to read about the turn around you have had, knowing how difficult your life was. It shows us all our behaviours are not who we are.

  44. Your honesty is so inspiring TS… you expose so many ideals and beliefs of how society says a man should be, and also the truth of your current loving choices that bring out more of the innate and natural you.

  45. Very cool to read how you have turned your life around by making simple choices to care for yourself more deeply, and the ripple effect that this has had upon all your relationships, particularly how you feel about yourself and life: embracing it all, even the difficult bits.

  46. It is amazing quite how far off and lost we can get yet at the same time thinking we are ok and have everything under control. It is often only when we stop and go hang on I am way out do we then start to make the choices back to being the love that we are and by doing so take responsibility for our choices. After all where we are is a direct end result of all the choices we have made whether or not we want to see or accept this.

  47. It is never too late to make different choices, I know because I have made a few and now with the support of Universal Medicine practioners my life is looking completely different to the trajectory I was on.

  48. What I love about this is the way that you describe how Serge Benhayon met you, with total openess and no judgement, never telling you to be or do anything but just being open and loving- and it is this that inspired the same openess in you.

  49. I would totally want Tony now laying any bricks for me. Thank you for paving the way (pun intended 🙂 ) for bricks to be laid in the future.

  50. “At the time I thought it was my job that I was sick of, but I look back now and it was my life that was turning me off.” – This is awesome to realise as it goes to show how much of an effect the choices we make in our lifestyle outside of work affect the way we feel at work and to know this is genuinely empowering as those choices are something we can change and develop…

    1. .. and also the power of being honest with ourselves. Being honest enough to know really that it’s not the job, not another person, it is a claiming back of our responsibility to choose. We empower ourselves greatly when we stop blaming others or anything outside of us and look at our own choices and our lives.

  51. I love that comment at the end – no longer the shy man you once thought you were. I’ve experienced that too, where I’ve either felt a bit awkward and cut off from how I feel and so don’t think I can express myself on this or that. But when I’m connected I’ve found I feel buckets and that is to be shared in full!

  52. It is amazing when you meet a man who does not want to compete with you or want anything from you and this was also my experience when I met Serge Benhayon. He has redefined manhood.

  53. A man that made the choice to accept love. A very powerful article, especially in relation to the the reality that this meant old ways of living had to be stopped. But so worth doing, as Tony has shared.

  54. We have a total misunderstanding of what love truly is and often think of it as some form of emotional love, which keeps our life on a roller coaster, with constant ups and downs. When we understand that we are love, that it is our essence, our life becomes more constant without the ups and downs.

  55. Yes, you have made awesome changes in your life and it is beautiful the way you have shared here, thank you T.S.

  56. This is an amazing transformation. We can very much be identified by struggle and make this who we are and what our future is – but what is shared here is a reclaiming back of who you are – no more hiding. So beautiful.

  57. The love that you are brought you back to loving choices in how you lived. What a great honour to see that you are that love.

  58. Addiction is rampant in our society with many crutches such as caffeine, alcohol and sugar (we don’t even need to get started on drugs) used on a daily basis just to “get through the day”. What you offer is a different way of living, a way that puts growth and development of who we are front and centre, and regardless of past issues, says that all can be truly healed and a naturally joyful way of living brought to reality.

  59. When we are building anything we can be tricked into thinking that fast is efficient but without quality it is completely shoddy and substandard.

  60. This is beautiful account of how you turned your life around Tony. The Tony I now know I would employ to build my home if I needed a bricklayer without question at the drop of a hat as he is one of the most tender caring men that I have the good fortune to know.

  61. It is great to read T how your life is changed towards the beauty for you and all.
    The way you describe Serge Benhayon i can completely confirm from my experience.
    I felt always easily wrong in life and there is not one ounce of judgement in this great man. This makes the body to relax deeply and opens it up to feel honostly the choices we made and how we drifted away from ourselves and by this awarenes and the teachings from Serge benhayon we also are shown the way back to ourselves.

  62. It is quite amazing life will always give us a second chance or even a third or more, the moment we start to live with responsibility for ourselves and the choices we’ve made, like you have shared , life chances and brings back joy of living with quality, our quality in it.

  63. When something is confronting and yet connects you to a perspective on life that enables you to actually enjoy being you it is nothing short of a miracle. Serge presents personal responsibility and I have found this confronting many times as I am faced with the fact that I am responsible for the way my life is. At the same time it is this truth that motivates me to take more responsibility which in turn enriches my life and serves all.

  64. In blaming, we resign to being a victim of circumstances and live in reaction. In humility, we see the power of responsibility and true choices become available. Life can be experienced very differently.

  65. The last thing any of us need when we are in trouble is to be judged and to actually be met for who we are and accepted and understood regardless of our choices is a great form of love and healing.

    1. Yes, thank you Andrew, so very true, it makes a huge difference to not be judged and punished but simple held with the same love and understanding no matter what we do. It brings actually space to understand and see.

  66. ‘I never thought Love to be the expression of who we are’. What you expressed here goes for many … billions, which is quite sad to see and feel in just how much we have disconnected to the truth of who we are and are true expression. However, the blessing is, regardless of what choices we have made in the past with a willingness to heal and change, and honesty as well as a steady consistency of changing even one small thing in our lives to start with .. we can ALL come back to this innate Love that we are.

  67. ‘Who would you rather have build your home… Tony now, or Tony seven years ago? It’s a no-brainer.’

    This is a very important point. This whole blog illustrates just how critical it is that we bring quality to all we do, because who we are and how we live gets imprinted in everything we touch. Other people have to live in and around our stuff, not just us.

  68. T.S., you speak about looking forward to life rather than dreading it. I think the notion that we can dread life is an important insight. I realised recently that I’ve always been fearful of and in life – in my own way dreading it – and my choices (shockers they were too!) were all about trying to alleviate that fear, even though some of them (horribly and ironically) put me in dangerous and truly fearful situations. Learning how to be less fearful in life is the task currently in hand. I can feel now the potential to start to enjoying life.

    1. I realised reading your comment that I still have some issues with life, and I could take a fresh look at that from the perspective of how my own choices contributed to making life feel like something to dread – thanks Victoria.

  69. “I left each event feeling a lot clearer in the head and looking forward to life”. This is a radical turnaround from someone who just wanted to get their day over so they could get home and smoke. Looking forward to life is not something most of us can claim. We may look forward to the next holiday, weekend, café etc. but these are just the treats to make the dullness of life seem bearable.

    1. Reading your comment I realised the tactics I used to use to make each day go by without really engaging or being part of it, I just wanted it to be over. Whatever tool we use to cope with how much we dread life or work, etc, shows we all deeply do know something is wrong, and that life is not as it could be. All we need to make that normal is to give our power away to the consensus of the majority, and to stop questioning and trusting how we feel.

  70. Thanks for sharing and being so honest on your choices and now how rich your life is… because of your choices!! I know I too have made some shocker choices in my life, but now I choose to make other more honouring ones, letting go of old behaviours that do not suit me anymore, this does feel amazing.

  71. Blaming everything in our life and the systems in place is prevalent in society and to stop and see our lack of responsibility in this ‘victim’ way of living is deeply healing as the choices change.
    “What was confronting was the fact that I came to the realisation that my life was the way it was because of the choices I had made – and boy had I made some shockers!”

  72. We are so full of love and life as well as truly loving people in our lives reflect to us and give us the space to come to this conclusion ourselves. Very beautiful that you did.

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