In the end, I Wish You Well
Our life has its shares of endings. Often, they usher a stream of hostilities, anger, frustration, confusion, and emptiness. Most of my life endings strangled me with self-doubt and self-loathing. To prevent endings, I became a doormat. Sooner or later a doormat is replaced, and the old one is left with bruises from being stepped on daily, and empty of any self-love. Four years ago, this began to change, with the assistance of the Hippie Ghost Band, who taught me another way.
If death was to come to me, in 2015, the last thing they wanted for me was to die a doormat and become one in the spirit realms. I’m grateful for their teachings. I’m more grateful for being alive.
I Wish You Well, a statement I heard from a couple people, became their slogan to teach me, how to let go ‘in ‘love. I wish you well is basked inside a visual of sparkles, pink, silver, gold, and the colors of the rainbows. It cleanses the ‘field’ of the area you are letting go. This field can be a job, location, addiction, friend, family and any other area that has put you into a choke-hold. The possibilities for using this are endless.
I wish you well creates new ego patterns. Our ego and spirit are to work side by side. As planned, by five your ego has learned its programming of your family and their ancestors. It will continue to develop these patterns, until the teen years. At this time, your spirit is remembering the path its choice and is seeking avenues to serve. The spirit tries to communicate this to the ego. A few years later we ‘adult’ and let the patterns of the ego take control, as we place blame on it. There is no need for blame. An ego is a data machine, and you can reprogram it. I wish you well is one method used in reprogramming.
Imagine with me this scenario. You go to work, and the boss asks you to step into her office. Ten minutes later you walk out the door shaking. You just got fired. The ego will go through the patterns it knows. Anger, fear, blame, denial, jealousy, envy, hate, and the list continues. Each of us has a database on how to cope with being let go. When you become aware of it, you can begin chanting, I wish you well, with the visual of sparkles, silver, gold, rainbow colors flooding in love at the place of employment and the boss.
Let’s say you want to move because you cant stand where you live. I wish you well serves this purpose, so you don’t repeat with a comparable situation.
There are endless ways to use this. They started me four years ago, to aid me in building boundaries in every area of my life. I still work it daily, but I see how it works. It’s a beautiful release. I have moved from location, buildings, occupations, and even friendships. This for me is difficult, especially being a doormat. I have rolled up so I can stand up. I still have a lot of work to do in this. I’m okay with it. Today, I’m saying goodbye to my apartment. I am wishing it well. I love it here, yet it will not serve my future. Today, I just glow in the rainbow colors with love, to this place, to past homes, experiences, friendships, and family. I wish them all well, so I remember the sparkle. I remember the love, yet my boundaries now prevent the doormat syndrome in any area of my life. Why the doormat?
A doormat doesn’t take responsibility for its actions. It blames people for stepping on it when it laid down for that purpose. Doormat wishes to be a part of something, so envy’s the gatherings that it is never invited too. It accepts every word a person uses to describe it and starts to refer back to itself in that manner. A doormat gave up self-worth, self-purpose, and self-esteem. Itself now lays under others’ feet, with their judgments stamped on it.
In the end, I wish you well, sets you free.