By Brigid Hopkins POETIC JUSTICE

Uncomfortable Is The New Comfortable & The Heave Out Of The Rut



The ruts that are worn
Come from a sense of comfort
Endurance to live is not living
The harder the waves crash upon your shores
The stronger the calling to soften
Invite in possibility
Things are ever changing
The illusion of grabbing
Or rutting in
Will not change the intensity
It will not protect one from
What is meant for you
Will come
Either as a gentle breeze
Or high tide
There is choice
There is control
It’s not outside of you
It’s in your heart
What is true for you
Not what you “should do”
Who you “should be”
What looks good to him, her, or me
Heave yourself out of the rut
Get comfortable with
Being uncomfortable
Let life see that you are no longer adversaries
But a team
One can never know how grand the view
When buried up to their neck in distorted sight
Give life your hand
Let it lead you
The end is the same for all of us
Choosing possibility
That is a portal for those living above the rut

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Brigid Hopkins

Brigid greatly enjoys supporting her clients in finding clarity by reclaiming their power and listening to their souls. She intuitively accesses multiple healing modalities including Shamanic and Practical Reiki, Chakra Wisdom. Much of her healing journey has been informed by her quest to heal herself from her own childhood traumas, purposefully reconstructing herself piece by piece. When she is not caring for her three free-range children, or supporting her clients, you may find her exploring the northeast Ohio shoreline, immersed in the deepest forest she can find, painting, writing or practicing contemplative photography.

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