Leap of Faith


Sometimes cancer robs us of our faith, and we can slip into fear and distrust. If this has occurred for you, it’s time to take a leap of faith and assume that you will be guided to know what you need at the right time and in the right way. Your past disappointments don’t lead to doom and disaster if you let go of resentment and fear. The only way we can synthesize past experience is to take healthy action with an open heart and with the knowledge and belief that what we need will be shown to us. Life is an invitation, and a leap of faith invites the right actions and experiences for us.

This applies to our faith in our body and sexuality as well. No matter what has happened, you are here now and trusting yourself and your faith can lead you to actions that will give you what you want, regardless of the results your are getting now. Faith requires letting go of impatience and instead, participating fully. Ask for guidance in it will come. You can transform your perception of fear into love, through action, and then miracles come.

Even if you can’t see it clearly, it is possible to experience a wonderful intimate and sexual life. It requires a vision for what that might be coupled with taking action. Just thinking about it won’t change anything. If you want more intimacy, what is one step you can take today in that direction? It can be a baby step; the important thing is to take a step. Take a moment to close your eyes and ask what step to take. Wait until you have a thought, feeling or knowing what it is. Then take that step with the faith that it will lead you to the next step.

As you begin to ask for guidance and take action, keep some notes in your journal of the steps you are taking, how you feel as you take them, how they lead to the next step and so on. Soon you will realize that you are taking leaps of faith that move you closer to your heart’s desires and into pleasure.

Let us know what leaps you are taking and where they lead you!

© 2012 by Barbara Musser, Sexy After Cancer.

For more resources, go to SexyAfterCancer.com

This blog does not reflect the opinions of The Pink Fund, its Founder, Board of Directors, Advisers or Volunteers. It is not meant to serve as medical advice of any kind. Any questions about your health and sexuality should be directed to a licensed physician or therapist. Any opinions expressed are solely those of the writer who voluntarily blogs for The Pink Fund without compensation.

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