This weekend, thanks to my amazing husband Angus, I got to celebrate my 50th birthday! My actual birthday was in November, but based on the busyness of life, we had the party this Saturday! This, however, worked out perfectly because on my actual birthday our beloved dog Bella was seriously ill and had to be put down the next day. I am so grateful that I got to celebrate with people I love when that experience was not so raw.
I was so moved to be with everyone. It is not always easy for me to take in that amount of love. But last night, I did not get caught up in my insecure thoughts about being worthy or deserving of love. I was able to be in my humanness and let it all in. Not because I was conscious of feeling worthy. Worthiness was a non-issue because unworthiness does not exist. I was simply open to receive. What I saw is that my openness brought me closer to people, and closer to the oneness of who we all are. I let go of constructed barriers and connected. In my letting go I received, but I also gave. What a blessing to be in this dance of love together, and thank you for being in the dance with me.
I am deeply grateful to be living a life beyond my wildest dreams, but my gratitude is not just for the contents of my life, it is mainly for the depth of love I am able to experience within myself and with others. The feelings are so beautiful and expansive. I want to share them out into the world. I hope you feel the ripple effects.
I wish I could have had everyone in one place to celebrate this weekend. Not to celebrate me, but to celebrate love, connection, and oneness. To celebrate the truth that sets us all free to be fully ourselves in the vulnerability and juiciness of our humanness as we walk each other home.
May you experience the abundance that is you and feel the love that is your true nature. May the richness of who you are fill you up to over flowing so that everyone you meet feels it too and awakens more fully to the love that is who they are.
Let us all bring more love into the world simply by being ourselves!
Rohini Ross is passionate about helping people wake up to their true nature. She is a psychotherapist, a transformative coach, and author of Marriage (The Soul-Centered Series Book 1). She has an international coaching practice helping individuals, couples, and professionals embrace all of who they are so they can experience greater levels of wellbeing, resiliency, and success. You can follow Rohini on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, watch her Vlogs with her husband, Angus Ross, and subscribe to her weekly blog on her website, rohiniross.com.