by Rosie Bason, Mullumbimby, NSW
We all have something to share; a piece of wisdom, a story that we can either choose to keep to ourselves or we can share with others. I have come to realise that when we share our expression with others through song, spoken word or in a written format, it can inspire so many and be a gift for all of us.
I have benefitted firsthand from the generosity of others sharing their knowledge and wisdom – both practical and inspirational. Of what use is it if we keep what we have come to know to ourselves?
In the past when I have held back from expressing what I felt was there to share, it felt like conversations and time spent together with others was incomplete, whereas the times when I was not afraid to express fully what I was feeling I had a sense that nothing was left undone or incomplete.
This way of expressing has been inspired by the support of Serge Benhayon, Universal Medicine and from the Esoteric Women’s groups, which have given me the opportunity to connect to me and feel that what I have to share is worth sharing.
I have always loved writing but have never shared my writing publicly because I feared it was not good enough, not easy to read, that others wouldn’t appreciate it, that I would be critiqued and the list goes on: but when I do not worry about such things and I just express what I feel and communicate it in a way that comes naturally to me, then it’s easy.
This year I have not allowed that fear to stop me from writing and I have had such an amazing healing experience from writing and expressing!
Sharing my writing and expressing more of what I am feeling has been a healing process. A lot of old issues that I had not dealt with in the past have come up for me, but in expressing them and writing I have found a sense of completeness… I feel that I have worked through some issues that I have been carrying around with me for way too long.
Through sharing it in this way I have come to new levels of awareness about myself, and I am aware how I have also inspired others. The feedback I have received has allowed me to see how valuable our expression is – and the inspiration I receive from others constantly enriches my life.
Expression is a gift, don’t keep it to yourself!