In search of centeredness. That is the reflection of the day. I realized that when we are dealing with so many things at the same time, making so many decisions where some are critical, there is a disconnection that happens with your centeredness. This is happening to me right now. I want to share this because I was thinking of how I’m feeling disconnected with feelings, disconnected with people and that is not like me at all. I am always understanding, trying to really dig deep into my feelings and my connection to people. But somehow, I am still disconnected and it especially dawned on me today after my conversation with my daughter yesterday. She was telling me how she was sharing with her friend’s how sad she is because she’s not going to see me for a while since we’re opening the testing site for the Coronavirus and I am going to be running it to ensure that everything goes well between patients and the staff and all is in order. So we’ve made the decision of not having her with me. She is going to be with her dad. But this morning, I realized how I wasn’t even getting in touch with my feelings of not seeing my daughter for a while. Today, as I passed her room on my way to actually work out, it just hit me that I am not going to see her! I am not going to be able to hug her and kiss her. It is so sad how I was so disconnected from that sad feeling. It is almost like you have to be careful of not becoming a robot where you disconnect completely from your feelings in order to be able to get things done. I know this is something that I have to be careful of but I have not felt it in a while. I’m usually just so present. The beauty of feeling present and aware is that you can start taking daily actions to go into connection mode which is exactly what I’m doing. Connecting with my feelings, connecting with my soul and going back to that inner peace. So today, I am asking you to reflect on what you are disconnected from because during this crisis that we’re going through, it is very easy to disconnect with your feelings and disconnect from the people you love. Let’s reflect, reset and reconnect.
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