My uncle used to buy the newspaper religiously every Sunday (I think he still does). In my early years, however, the only section I liked was the comic strips, which came along with puzzles, crosswords and “Find the differences” pics. I wouldn’t put down the section until I finished the puzzles. I was particularly fascinated by labyrinths – I just loved to solve them.
Now that I am older (well, I am not too old yet) and have gained more experience with the years, I have learned to solve other types of labyrinths, such as the inner ones, the entangled, complicated, and sometimes indescribable inner worlds.
We all have an inner network of paths, situations, or emotions in which sometimes it is difficult to find the way out. We find ourselves confused, disoriented, doubtful, and with a lot of mental chatter that we wish there was a magic formula for every challenging situation.
My intention is to post about those inner labyrinths and how I have solved some of them to the best of my knowledge, through a loving, caring, and uplifting perspective. I will be sharing my own experiences and maybe you will find that you are not alone in your battle.
My wish is that you participate and engage in any way you wish, as I value, respect, and grow from the unfolding of your own inner labyrinths.