Last year, I have started a self-centered therapy which consisted in healing my heart and soul of the wounds of the past. The process was long but I feel like it has worked.
It all began because I was tired. Tired of feeling weak, tired of crying and tired of trying. I was done with dwelling in the past.
Indeed, I figured out that I had emotional wounds. I have been through a lot in my 25 years on the surface of this planet and I thought I was healed and that I had moved on. But the past decided to catch up with me. In fact, I understood that if the wound is not taken care of, you will have an infection that might hurt your entire body in the end. When you put that perspective on life experiences and trauma, you get introduced to emotional wounds.
In one of her sermons, Pastor Joyce Meyer said that the devil managed to destroy our inner selves throughout our youth so that we would become broken and defeated adults.
But this is not God's plan for our lives, I believe that.
I was persuaded that God had better in store for me and I knew I could do better.
Therefore, I decided to take some time away from everything and everybody. The only thing I needed was Jesus because I knew only him could fix me. I needed to be renewed in Spirit in order to have the life I was supposed to have.
It was a mood, it became a journey. It required for me to have a closer relationship with Jesus, to read, learn and meditate the Scriptures and to focus higher things. My priorities and centers of interest changed, my character too and it is probably not over yet. God is not done with me so I hope and pray that I will follow His plan for me and become who
He wants me to be.
"And let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us, fixing our eyes on the pioneer and perfecter of faith." - Hebrews 12:1-2