No Entry. Some of us look at a No entry sign as something never to be crossed, never to be questioned. And when it relates to the law and the natural, then no, you should not be going where it says no entry, it is there for a reason, most likely to keep you safe and out of danger.
But when it comes to our mind and our heart, so of us, I think have created our own no entry signs, as a result of the hurts that we have faced. We have become hard and have built up walls and put no entry signs in places, to stop us even going there or thinking about certain painful memories, or dealing with issues. Unlike in the natural when a no entry sign is present, it should be obeyed, when a sign like this is present in our mind, I wonder if maybe we should be challenging it?
What if this sign, was keeping stuff in the dark, that was festering and growing and causing a bigger issue and we in fact need to go and deal with it and turn the light on? For some of us, this may involve seeking professional counselling or support in the process, as you deal with some of the stuff that has been hidden behind a wall for a long time.
Sure it may not be pleasant, but in the end, bringing stuff in the life, means that it no longer has a hold on us, in the same way that it did, when it was hidden in the dark.
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Indi Leigh is a qualified and registered Christian Counsellor, with a passion to see people realise there is HOPE, that everyone is special, unique and important.