Hey everyone! I’ve been busy with grad school, looking for a new/more beneficial job, while working on my Free Spirit services. I can’t say life is boring that’s for sure.
Recently I went on a hike, a spiritual hike with fellow lightworkers and had a profound experience. I’m too catch up in the 3D world and need to refocus my attention to my spiritual development. Now that I’m on a short break with school, I have more time focus and learn how to fully incorporate my spiritual and physical needs into one.
I’m in the works of creating a YouTube channel about spirituality, spiritual experiences, and discuss spiritual counseling using psychothereupetic approaches.
For my favorite bloggers I’ll be catching up with you soon! Love and light to you!
Hilly streets, anxiety, and the yearning to be with family, that was my yesterday. Here now, I’m sitting in Starbucks waiting for my order and I can’t help but wish I was in bed, away from society, away from the expectation of being happy and all smiley and shit….
No. Instead I wish I could live within the yesterday, with my family. Mourning. I just want to be with my love and my family, that energy is everything. But here I am drinking my cold brew with coconut milk and waiting for my breakfast sandwich no cheese, to cool for my breakfast to commence.
Oh and then I remember I have an interview for my fieldwork placement beginning next year and a teleconference with my academic advisor…. As much as that should be a priority, I really wish I could say fuck it, fuck it all today…. I just wanna go back to East 23rd street, in the many many yesterday’s.
At first we had a great relationship. You began presenting new perspectives, I was always eager to make new discoveries, and I met some amazing folks because of you, yet I’m just about ready to move on from you.
Straight A’s come at a cost, I knew that going in but I didn’t anticipate you robbing me of my sanity… spending 32-40 hrs a week for assignments yet I’m not getting paid any extra than my 8-5, yet I still call you a friend.
I’m ready to finish and graduate to work in my career, to help others, to say, yes I am Amber Choisella, LPCC (Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor). I can’t even focus on my Metaphysical Counseling Master’s program because I’m completely and totally hopelessly devoted to you. An unrequited love.