Have you ever noticed how when some people suffer a loss, large or small, they often think that there was no ‘reason’ for it, as if actual reasoning had been spent on wondering why things play out in their lives in the way that they do? The thing is, nature doesn’t need to give you a reason, it just is.
Dealing with the pain of loss requires an elevated consciousness. It requires a more balanced mind, body and spirit to accept that losses have usually restored balance, karmic or otherwise. Even our own actions often result in losses that we then lament over, but we fail to see the deliberation in which we made it happen and only later, if we think back on our past experiences and hard earned wisdom, can we see the role we played in our outcomes and the benefits of having had them to begin with.
Loss allows us to feel gratitude for what we had and even the strength we now realize we possess when we choose to give something up willingly. Sometimes we want things to last longer, but protecting delicate flowers in a windstorm just isn’t possible. Things come and go and as we brave our personal storms, we can either pick up steam and remember how we’ve been positively affected by change or we can equate loss with failure and what we no longer have.
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