We attract the broken glass to us. Even shards which sting the bottoms of our feet. We can complain all we want, but this going to keep us in a loop of attracting more broken glass to us until we’re screaming to others about broken glass, signing petitions against it, waging wars against it. Or we could simply say “I don’t want broken glass on my feet. What do I want?” Soft, nourishing grass! Clean up the mess, get outside, and soak up nature’s healing powers. When we know what we don’t want, we know what we do want as clearly as ever.
It’s okay to not feel good. It’s okay to suppress stuff. It’s okay to express stuff. It’s okay to explode with joy. It’s all okay. When we embrace whatever we’re going through without judgement of how we “should” be feeling, we can love ourselves right then as we are because we drop into the peaceful place inside of us that knows that everything is okay and that anything other than love is illusion anyway.