Beautiful Beings,

One thing I can say with certainty is that you cannot come out of “A dark night of the soul” and be the same person. 

For me, during this time I felt like I was having an identity crisis. Things around me were starting to crumble.

There was this push-pull between staying awake and wanting to just close my eyes and pretend that all was well. 

I knew I needed to do some much overdue inner work so I could rise to meet the light.

This is what Amanda said about her “Dark Night Of The Soul”

“I had a sense of quiet sadness as I often didn’t have a voice to be heard as a child. This led me to doing lots of partying, alcohol, drugs, boys etc to numb the emptiness and childhood traumas which I did not see at the time. I was dying inside”

This is what Peter said;

“I never felt like I fitted in, or belonged – always the black sheep of the family. I was emotional, and I’d push them to “prove” they loved me. Love was neither spoken nor demonstrated with hugs and cuddles. We just didn’t speak the same language of love.  I felt like an outsider and unloveable”

The dark night of the soul is an extremely challenging phase for most people. It taught me how to be vulnerable and how to sit with my feelings and not judge them. For a few months I found myself in this in-between phase where I was straddling both worlds.

If you’d like to learn more about this journey, feel free to watch my video.

So are you experiencing a dark night of the soul?

If you’d like to know if you are on the awakening journey, feel FREE to take our FREE awakening checklist.

Love and blessings from a woman on the awakening journey

Your Light Leader

Janette x

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