Yes, we can definitely make time for a one on one, but for now I will say to you what I would say to anyone...
When you hit a wall, turn around. Go exploring. Get far enough away from the situation so you can see the entirety of the blocked area. Instead of climbing over or giving up, say okay to the now and decide there is value in changing gears and gaining new perspective.
Give yourself permission to find catharsis in the process. In art, we become alchemists who transmute experience into self-expression. It opens us up to release emotional blocks, connect with our sense of purpose and fulfill whatever void has been keeping us from looking at current circumstances with empowered eyes.
Right now, honor the space you are in by literally 'walking' yourself through your unwanted internal territory. See it in colors, in shapes and shadows. Capture it in the form of a drawing, photograph or stream of consciousness writing. Notice people and surroundings from various vantage points, knowing it is all a reflection of a metaphor in your own life making its way into your subconscious to be examined at a later point.
As you become aware of what you are seeing, acknowledge and welcome its arrival. Get curious. Investigate. Each point of attraction is a clue (or key) to your next move. See your observations like crumbs on the path of a thick forest. Trust that even if tenuous, they can still lead you on a journey of transformation and self-discovery.
Almost everyone I know (including myself) has come up against some sort of wall (or many) this past week. Part of it is the times (current astrological climate + Mercury Retrograde + solar eclipse = inflammation in areas that need re-alignment and healing.) Another part of it is natural process. Breakdowns always come before breakthroughs.
Continue to follow your impulses as if on a treasure hunt. When I get stuck, I often go on a walk or a joy ride, listening to loud music and allowing my thoughts to meander to places I don't normally indulge. Personally, I’ve been wondering all weekend what to write next for the blog and feeling blocked from moving forward with a topic. Today, instead of wasting more time at the computer pushing through my distracted attention and anxious energy, I went on my own treasure hunt, playing nostalgic songs and reflecting on people who've comforted me during previous times of hardship. It brought a soothing calm to my psyche. From that place, I was able to follow an impulse that said ‘get out of the house and go work at a coffee shop.’ Just as I got into the car and drove to the end of my block, several police cars swarmed my neighborhood. I left just in time before they barricaded the street. Then on the way to the cafe, you happened to send me this question, and my block for the blog was instantly solved. How’s that for timing?
Know that there is nothing wrong with hitting a wall. Especially when moving forward has only been about a quest to quench a craving. Cravings are difficult to deal with because they require outside sources to satisfy them. However, I challenge you this week to dive into the void of what hasn't been fixed, filled or conquered yet. You will be amazed at how much exists deep down in there to satiate the system. Just like in the ocean, the creatures that live in the deep become naturally bioluminescent. Besides, it's much more fun to swim around below than just tread water at the surface waiting for a lifeboat. There are things down there that no one has ever seen before, including yourself. Doesn't it sound like fun to go exploring?