ART: ZANIS WALDHEIMS
“Releasing comes from things breaking by a power greater than ourselves…
“Like you, I have lost a few precious things: pregnancies, some dignity, a marriage, relationships, trust, my youth, my fertility.
“When things break or die, especially during times that feel potent, there is medicine in the grief and the many questions that follow.
“A question to ask in difficult times is where the freedom is in loss—it often isn’t as simple as not having to deal with it anymore.
“Perhaps freedom is in the questions, in the process of digging deep and releasing oneself (and the shadows of past expressions of pattern) from the binding ropes of what we thought we needed in order to be whole.”