It’s a tricky question. Surely when we embark on a healing journey, we think we are trying to reach an end goal; we think there is a point at which we will be ‘healed’. But what on earth does that look like?
We will always be a mix of traits. We will never be perfect – and what on earth ‘perfect’ looks like I can’t imagine – our quirks make us who we are after all.
Being on a healing journey is not necessarily a bad thing however; since the time I found Buddhism at 23, I have learnt my truth, learnt to dramatically reduce my MS relapses, lost my anxiety, become social and outgoing, and even now I am learning to fall asleep more peacefully – the stresses of the day being put to one side.
Healing journeys, if we are to embark on them at all, take us…
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