A Gentle Reminder During Uncertainty

On Wednesday, our rockstar Chiropractic Assistant (CA) gave two weeks due to urgent and unexpected childcare issues. On Thursday, our oldest son traumatically broke his leg.  On Friday, our CA  said she couldn’t even stay for the last 2 weeks. On Saturday, my mom found a large painful lump in her neck. I am sure you can all relate with this in some way.

It’s now Sunday & I’m trying to process all of this. It's true that things seem a bit crazy and I have a deep knowing that they are all gifts. Do these things have the potential to make my life harder? Only if I let them. The thing is that I have a choice to allow this supposed drama to be just that- things that come and go, or to resist what’s happening by buying into the stories my mind wants to tell me. 

I choose with certainty to open myself more & to see the beauty in all situations, regardless of my mind’s judgment of them.  There are infinite possibilities available- way more than the mind can conceive. It’s through the eyes of the heart we can access our own incredible wisdom. The wisdom that is always there guiding us with pure love and gentleness. While my mind is busy trying to find solutions to all of these “problems” I breathe deeply & slowly while practicing being in the now, where all things are possible. It’s much lighter here. 

I share this with you only to be more of that light that’s guiding you on your own journey, to remind you of your unthinkable wisdom, and to tell you how truly blessed  I feel to be a part of your life. 

I often need to remind myself. Life is truly all gifts, and when we remember this, we have true freedom.  

Dr. Nicole Bailey Nicole Bailey, D.C. received her bachelor of science degree in biology from Ursinus College. She went on to earn top honors at Life University, where she completed her doctorate of chiropractic degree. A member of the Chiropractic Fellowship of Pennsylvania, Nicole volunteers her time and service to various charities and non-profit organizations while also working to empower inner city youth about the significance of chiropractic care.

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