The language of tears

Tears are the raindrops from your soul. Tears are unspoken words.

Have you ever noticed how inner peace come after tears? Sometimes such situation might help you speak what your heart wishes, the emotions and the truth… and sometimes, nothing can be said, but the tears might feel like soft words, the right emotional vocabulary spoken through tears.

When you do not follow your heart, there is a discord and tears can be one of the ways to let you know that it is time to be aware of that disharmony.

When your ego would like to pressure something before you are ready to receive it so you can appreciate it to its fullest… tears can come to tell you that there is a disconnection within you.

Many might prefer to stop them before they come out, and if you do, make sure you understand their meaning before you do… do not just push the unspoken words back in deep. Those unspoken words are the true ones that might help you open yourself to the next step of your desire, your goal or your dream.

Tears are the raindrops of your soul and your dream is like a flower that needs rain and sun to fully bloom; joy and spoken truth to happen.

Take the time to be aware of the unspoken words of your tears or the tears of someone else. Open the way to the following step.

Nathalie 🙂

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This article is related to a post on my Instagram account. Follow me on Instagram @nathalietnd  for daily inspiration and motivation.

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