Separated Pieces

by Shervin on November 10, 2013

Have you ever felt something is missing in you? Have you looked for something to fill the missing part? Can you fill in the missing part of yourself?

We sometimes are fractured due to traumas and experiences that occur mostly in childhood. As a defensive measure we let go of the pieces of us that need to be protected. These pieces needed to speak the truth, were ashamed of being wrong, felt lonely or ignored and therefore could not be acknowledged as a child.

We always look for something to fill in the missing part. Sometimes we look for others to “accept” or love those parts, before we accept and invite them into our consciousness.  Nobody can make us “whole” except ourselves (others can encourage us on our path).  The first part of healing or becoming whole (holy) is for us to stop judging the separated pieces within us and accept them unconditionally.  What pieces of yourself have you let go of as a child?

 

Separated Pieces

What does it mean to be whole again?

It is not about being positive and upbeat.

It is about re-assembling the separated pieces of you.

The parts that you do not want to face.

The parts whose presence creates intense emotions within you.

The parts that desire to speak their truth.

The parts that desire to express their needs.

The parts that felt lonely.

The parts that were not heard.

The parts that made mistakes.

The parts that were not recognized.

The parts that were fearful.

The parts that felt the intense feeling of separation.

The parts that felt the perceived betrayal of a loved one.

Are you willing to be whole again?

Are you willing to accept those separated parts?

Are you willing to listen to their stories?

Are you willing to feel their pain of separation?

Are you willing to feel the joy of reuniting the separated parts?

Are you willing to be whole again?

Copyright @ 2012 by Shervin Hojat

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