Throughout our lives, we all get hurt in some way. People disappoint us. Bosses fail us. Family doesn’t get us. Relationships fall apart. Circumstances arise that we never thought would ever happen to us. But, it happened. We can’t go back and change what’s already occurred.

As a result, we put up walls. We think these walls protect us. They keep us safe. Or, so we think.

After World War II, the Berlin Wall was constructed to keep two different political sides apart. Yet, over time, people felt stuck. They wanted to freely move from one side of Germany to the other. It wasn’t safer to be on one side. Most of all, it took decades to realize that. It wasn’t until when people could travel freely that their economy soared.

November marks the 30th anniversary of the final deconstruction of the Berlin Wall. Deconstructing the wall took a few years. How does this relate to you? When you open up your heart again, it takes time for the barriers to fall down.

What are you willing to deconstruct and let go of so that you live the life you want?

Too often, when coaching clients, I can metaphorically see a metal shield around their heart. The wall of protection is so great that they shield themselves from the good as much as they do the bad. When this happens, people do not let in all they good they really want.

Where in your life do you want the freedom to move freely again?

The hardest part about all this. Its not only about letting down the walls, its about willing to receive the good as well.

Wishing you an abundant, joyful and prosperous day!

Lora Polowczuk
Chief Energy Officer
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