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For me I know it is a pattern of driving myself way to hard to help others whilst depleting my own vital energy in the process. Saying yes to things that cost me time, money and energy when the answer should be no. So I ignored the first few nudges, prods and pokes. My choice. So dig in, be honest, see where these patterns started, where they have been repeated and how they can be avoided in the future. Be sure to take a big, broad deep look at it before you try to fix it. Take in the whole picture. Leave no stone unturned.

Call in your angels, spirit guides, animal familiars, God, Goddess, Archangel Michael or whoever sees you though. Get a local skilled practitioner to help you. You are not alone so reach out and get the help you need. Can you commit to releasing this old pattern in favour of something totally new? Give yourself the time and space you need to heal. Nurture yourself, love yourself and be gentle. Get out in nature, eat nourishing food, have a massage, do some Yin Yoga, take a bath, use essential oils, rest, meditate, breathe deep, walk by the sea, or spend a day on the couch watching Miss Marples.

Thank you ego. There are passages on the spiritual journey that require an initiation of sorts, a journey to the underworld if you like. However I am a huge believer that with a strong meditation practice and a commitment to be living spirit, you can greatly reduce the dark night of the soul. It is there to awaken us to what we are not listening to; not to be cruel or torture us.

The trouble is that our pesky ego lures us from the meditation cushion and deep spirit; whispering stories, untruths, distractions and justifications and we fall for it every time. So the simple equation is more deep listening and following our spirit means less dark nights of the soul. More responding the first time, paying attention to signs, exploring nudges, opening space for dreams, means less time in the woods.

So as well as your regular daily practice, make a regular time to sit down each month, before any new project, course or job offer and really feel it in your body and soul. Is it ego triggered or spirit triggered. Create space for yourself to be more conscious and less automated in your decisions.

The ego is not going to like the dark night at all, and will want to sabotage the process so the least you can do is have a sense of humour about it.