Pay attention to what information comes your way this week. It may be in the form of words spoken, an email addressed to you or something you see flipping through the channels at 2 a.m. One sentence could hold the key to a problem or situation you’ve grappled with for the past couple of months, and the effects could be far-reaching, extending significantly beyond your personal sphere of influence.
I suggest you communicate with any disappointment you may be feeling, because that dialog holds the way to your deeper feelings. Any sense of loss is inherently lodged in the past; it actually has very little involvement with the current story of your life, and is if nothing else an indication that the past is indeed over.
This is an unusual phase of learning and growth for you. It’s as if every factor in your mind, emotions and surroundings is calling on you to be yourself. You are being pulled by some invisible magnetic force to grow into who you are, to learn about everything you can, and to understand others. However, this may be drawing you out of your comfort zone.
You cannot reason your way out of all fear. At a certain point you must address anxiety as its own subject. Because so few things that we fear actually go wrong, you can safely treat fear as an emotion, rather than as a prediction or premonition. This is a crucial distinction to make, because if fear has relevance, it’s about the thing that you fear coming to pass.
You seem to be so busy with commitments that you don’t have time to explore. Therefore, when someone arrives and gives you an opportunity to do just that, I suggest you make time and space. More to the point, make being available a priority. I mean really available, unplugged and potentially undressed; but mainly psychologically and spiritually available.