“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

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.

As a Spiritual Counselor and rabbi, I find joy in watching a person’s eyes and cheeks radiate with awe when they have that spiritual awakening and breakthrough and feel the internal, honest and real place they find themselves. The notion of “feeling” their feelings was at one time a dream and now, in that moment, it is a reality. What a joy that is!!

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 Rabbi with an MSW Degree and 24+ years of sobriety providing addiction counseling focusing on healing, spiritual guidance and personalized life cycle events. If you, a family member or friend are in need of my services, please contact me at 954-755-3764 to get the help you deserve.

Hugs and Blessings,
Rabbi Mitch

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