There’s actually very little to do when your stuff comes up. If your stuff is truly coming into your awareness, all that needs to happen has already happened. In fact, the less you do the better the outcome, because unfortunately human, default instincts often lead towards blocking that stuff, to keep it down and “out of sight” (though you’re the only one who can’t see it!) and out of your conscious experience – sometimes at all cost.
Getting out of your own way, spending time with those who love you without condition – who won’t get spooked by a true uprising of that which is unconscious – and giving yourself generous amounts of space is the very best (a lot!) you can do for yourself.
Do We Need to Make Stuff Come Up?
Debatable, because life has so many built-in and ready-made opportunities for stuff to surface, that if you have to conjure it, chances are you are missing that which is presenting in technicoloor right in front of you.
If you feel like you’re the only one who is going through this experience, stop that. It’s a collective experience, but one that many are not willing to share. It’s definitely a point of vulnerability and the hardest thing to pass through with any grace. Even if those around you are not willing to admit it, we are all going through this difficult “squeeze,” thanks to the alignment of the moon and planets.
How to Do Your Yoga?
When energy flies high like this, and challenges you to your core, cornering you into taking a good, honest look at yourself, it’s important to stay steady, stay the course, just simply stay – instead of backing out, looking for the escape hatch and distracting at all cost.
Keep your yoga practice strong, and paced mindfully way so you don’t burn out. As the moon begins to wane, it’s a natural time to clear the debris – emotional and spiritual, but also in the so-called “mundane” realm.
How to Navigate Moving Forward Anyway?
Allow yourself to look at your stuff and then methodically deal with it. Use your practice to go within and make you focussed in a gentle, forgiving and again unconditional way. This will help give you an even-keeled perspective that includes receiving as much help as you are offered and can get.