Emotions

The purpose of feeling is not that we suffer. The purpose of feeling is that it enables us to embrace life most fully. Julie Redstone

As a Rabbi, Spiritual Healer and Sober Coach, I am always seeking wisdom from others that allows me to access new visions, dreams and places within me that I have yet to experience. Julie Redstone is a writer, teacher, and founder of LIGHT OMEGA (www.lightomega.org), a spiritual center for healing and transformation that has been given a mandate to assist with planetary change through making available the ancient teachings of light. She has become such a person for me and consequently, you benefit from her wisdom without knowing that. I make sure when people tell me how wise I am to let them know that whatever wisdom I may have comes from and through others, including the person complimenting me.

Many of us categorize emotions to our life experiences rather than embracing the enormous energy that we are blessed with to feel them all. I can remember times in my life when I was incapable of feeling “me” and my life and how painful it was. People would ask me why I did something and I would say, “I don’t know.” I really didn’t. There was a void and emptiness that prevented me from feeling me in my world. As I have journeyed to the light where I am now blessed to feel all that happens in my life, I can understand how others feel when they say, “I don’t know.”

The more I feel the greater my life is. I don’t have to like what life throws at me nor how that moment in time or experience feels, but I do not that God will never give me more than God believes I can handle. I know that by feeling all of my life experiences I grow and become more able to help others.

My prayer for you today is that you “feel” all of you and know the world is a better place for the blessings of your feelings.

I am a modern and independent South Florida Sober Rabbi with an MSW Degree and 23+ years of sobriety providing Sober Coaching and Addiction/Spiritual Counseling focusing on energizing, affirming, motivating, healing, spiritual guidance and personalized life cycle events.

If you, a family member or friend are suffering, call me at 954-755-3764 to get the help you deserve. I can help you!

Hugs and blessings for a joyous day!

Rabbi Mitch




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  1. Sink or Swim
    by Jonathan Cretsinger

    Pain what is your game? You have pulled me into this drowning pool. I am getting dizzy from going round and round with you.

    Please step a little closer, so I can vomit all over you. You are a miserable piece of work, but you have had all eternity to practice your crafty art. God damn you for tearing me apart!

    If it was not enough, you bring along your friends Loneliness and Despair. Is your goal for me to pull out all my hair?!

    Do me a favor. Don’t move. I need time to reload. *hit! I’m all out of ammo. Hand to hand combat would be nice, but since you have none, I will have to run to a new hiding place.

    How does Pain find me, this new friend of mine? From the moment we meet, my life has not been the same.

    Hello, operator. Is my name listed in the misery game? Who is it that is calling and asking for me by name? Please tell them I am unlisted from this hall of shame.

    Pain, I’m not checking out of the mortal game, so do us a favor, and stop changing the rules to this *ucking game!

    Just when I think I know how to play, you pull a fast one and I’m having a tough time from going insane.

    Do you enjoy seeing the misery that I am in? Unable to sink or swim? I’m caught up in your whirlpool of sorrow and self-pity.

    Please, I need help from above! Send me an angel to save my soul and deliver me from this drowning pool Pain has me dizzied in.

    Send me my angel that is standing so near the edge. What is her plan as I struggle to work this one out? I know she has been here before, for that is what gives her the strength to keep herself from pulling me to shore.

    Must I drown in order to live? Must I give in to surrender in order to survive? This is a strange battle I don’t know if I will really win.

    The weapons I have collected throughout my life are not working, and I feel that I am running out of time.

    My angel of love, will you at least wind my watch of endurance in hopes that it will be enough time for me to find a new source of reassurance?

    I don’t want to drown in this sorrow pollution. It has a bad taste and I feel I am getting numb as I search for my solution.

    Must I surrender to you Pain in order for you to cease? Just tell me how, but I know I will resist.

    Just one last thing to say, before you tighten your grip and deliver that life threatening twist, but I need your full attention.

    …… You will NEVER win!

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