This article was written for my old website SabrinaJensen.com. All the old articles are of today 17th of September 2021 moved to Boglund.com, and the SabrinaJensen.com website will close down soon!
The last couple of months has been a journey I didn’t quite know where headed. All I knew was something has to change. I pull the plug from social media, once for all, stop writing articles for the blog, stop sending out emails, and stop working on my projects.
For the first time in my entire life did I prioritize my own life and needs, without considering the consequences of closing my business and turning down my projects. As you may or may not know, I’d been fighting a serious case of anxiety for the last couple of years. I had been officially on sick-leave since October 2016 and is still on sick leave.
But I can feel, it’s now time to get the ball start rolling again. Slowly, but steady. A part of being a Mental Alchemist is the ability to transform a so-called negative situation into something positive. It has always been my way of dealing with things! But it’s also an art, for we should never suppress our emotions or the circumstances we’re in.
Life is full of twist and turns.
It turned out that the path I thought I should go wasn’t the right path anymore. I have enjoyed doing The Magic Life, Angel Tarot Card Readings and helping all the fantastic Lightworkers across the globe, who had chosen to encounter me for spiritual guidance. Thank you all so much!
But my path is now going in another direction. I’m called to write books and create workshops for highly developed Lightworkers, who are ready to do the healing work from anxiety, fear, and pain and transform their life into the very presence of Love. That is the process I’m going through right now, and that is the process I’m called share with those who want and are ready to live a life at the highest possible frequency human possible.
Making it simple.
I have decided, my primary way to communicate with those who want to follow my work and projects would be through emails.
Another communication channel would be my blog. I am an author, and I love writing. I’m still in the process of figuring out, what to share on the blog, but it’s going to be articles about the transformation from fear to love.
Here is the thing; I am a very private person. I do not like sharing my everyday life with everyone on the internet, nor do I like to get sneak peeks into other people’s lives. It’s crossing the level of exposure that I’m comfortable with. I’m confident enough to believe, if someone wants me to know something in their personal life, then they would share it with me in person, and I would happily listen and be a true friend to them. I’ll never be too busy not to take the time for those I care about, and those who care about me. I enjoy being present at the moment, have my full attention on the people I’m blessed to spend time with. I find that this approach creates some wonderful moments, that I want to invest into fully, without sharing it with the eyes of the world.
Maybe the internet and the social media makes the world smaller, but we have never been so far apart from each other as we are right now. I cherish my relationships with those who actually show up in person. I’d deleted all social media apps, including Facebook Messenger, from my iPhone. So the only way to get in touch with me is by texting me or sending me an email. When I got sick and later decided to quit social media, it became quite clear to me, who my real friends are, and who is just somebody I used to know.
Never feel sorry for yourself.
Fighting anxiety and deep emotional wounds are super scary. Things come up that I had been suppressed for many years. Sure, there are days where everything just is awful, and it’s super hard to get through the day.
Anxiety, like any other “unwanted” circumstances, would never just go away with a swipe of some sort of a magical wand. We have to face our challenges head-on and work with ourselves to heal and recover from it. One thing you can know for sure; there is a higher meaning with everything you’re going through. Even if you can’t see it right now. It’s a learning experience, which in the end will provide you with an outstanding gift.