Irresistible for Christmas
Christmas is around the corner! And as pretty the commercial and advertising campaigns may look like, some look and feel like a beautiful fairy tale, stories coming alive, Christmas is not all that happiest period of all year. The reality is that Christmas time (and holiday season itself) is a period that brings to surface so much anxiety, worries, frustration, unhappiness, and misery. A lot of pressure is felt by so many of us. Christmas brings so many times unhappiness and misery due to some misconceptions about the beauty of Christmas and because of social pressure that created an image for this period of the year, a frame where we all need to fit in to be accepted
As all the media and marketing shows a happy period and merry family gatherings truth is that meeting the family for Christmas dinners and gatherings are not always pleasant and filled with pure joy. Because . . . we meet the family and have to listen to all the nasty things our families have to say about where we are in life right now.
What do I mean you ask yourself as you read these lines? Well, I mean that we all have one family member that always manages to pushes all of our buttons, with all his “good intentions”, all he/she does is triggering in us some level of anxiety and discomfort. Either is our parents (or just one of them), our sister or brother, or maybe that uncle or aunt who always knows better than us how we are supposed to be living our life?
How about changing all that this year? How about enjoying your holiday season no matter how your life looks right now a total mess, or lack of direction, or just fine. Not where you wanted to be just yet, but fine.
We come into this world pure beings of light, but early on in life, we start to dim our light to please others around us, to fit in, to be accepted. And at that moment we start to disconnect from our true essence, from our joy, from our ecstatic nature. We feel the pressure to be and behave in a certain way that we end up forgetting our way of being. And we carry on in life like that. And around Christmas, that old wound opens up because we are once again reminded how we failed to be this or that, or how we should have been following a certain career, and not the one that brings joy and content.
How about having a different Christmas this year? How about being a different you? How about being unshakeable in front of criticism and being at peace with all that is, just the way it is your life right now? How about shining bright regardless of what family pressures you to be and achieve? How about being irresistible for Christmas, New Year’s Eve and the year that is about to start?
Did I get your attention? Good! More details coming up soon!
Please keep in mind that this event will be held in English, you can participate if you have good English skills and understanding.