PARTICIPATING IN THE PLASTIC WORLD
Date Published: March 20, 2015
The cringe on my younger son’s face was on point. WHAT THE FUDGE!?!? During the first 10 seconds his brain couldn’t process the information. A few minutes earlier he had been desperate to find out. Wow! He reminded me how wild it is to be putting foreign elements into our bodies. It has become such a widespread phenomenon all over the World.
“Fifteen years I got jello in my breasts and now I have to replace them for new ones,” I told my boys as simply as I could. Right then, it’s the last thing I want to do during the spring break.
I dedicate my life to clearing stagnant energies, unraveling limitation,s and healing diseases in my body to be grounded, aware and create powerfully. I teach about expanding our self-love, nurturing, and exploring life with joy and abundance. How did I end up having surgery this week in Argentina?!
1) Life is Experiential. I’ve learned so much from this chapter about myself, my body and my perspective on life. Sometimes we make a decision and later on in life it’s not in alignment with whom we’ve become. Forgiveness and compassion for ourselves is key to heal. Going back is not always possible, so I had to face the situation.
2) Femininity goes beyond breasts and bottoms. Society in general beholds these body parts as the main areas of attention, appreciation, obsession or dislike in a women.
I made the decision when I was 23 years old. I felt I was missing out on my femininity by not having full breasts and I considered my flat chest to be unjust. My boyfriend at the time avoided the area and I felt somewhat broken. It wasn’t that big of a deal and yet I felt practical about resolving it.
3) Be OK with Pros and Cons. When I got the implants, my right breast went haywire. It would be numb to touch or it would go to the other extreme and blast pain through some nerves. It took many years to heal.
There is nothing certain in life. There are things that are riskier than others. You have to really want to do it and be able to cope with the downside.
4) Our bodies are Wise. My body was teaching me that my femininity wasn’t derived solely from my aching breasts. It’s the curvature of our neck, the well created by the clavicles, the flight of the scapula, the valley of our belly button, our inviting waist, the silky soft skin, the way we move and breathe, etc, that make us sensual as women.
5) The Purpose of Surgery. Anything in life can be expansive or contractive. If we have surgery to eliminate an insecurity or a distraction, we can forget about the issue. We can move away from drama, feel confident and have more time to focus on creating in life.
If we become obsessive and perfectionist with our bodies, there is no end to getting more things ‘fixed’. There isn’t love for ourselves or our bodies. It’s punishment.
6) Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder. Choose to see love and the World will blossom with the strength of Spring. When I love myself more and accept who I am, I sense the sweet nectar of life flowing out my pours. Beauty is a perspective.
So yes! I am a light being participating in the Plastic World. My approach has been from love, joy and compassion for myself. Embrace who you are and how you experience life. We are all human, struggling to different degrees with self-image, receiving projections from society and wanting to follow our passions. We are breaking free.
I would love to hear from you. Share what’s on your mind and in your heart. When we open up to our personal experiences we realize that we are One: closer than we could have ever imagined.
Blessings my friends.
Love, light and laughter!