What does it mean to unravel?

hannahmorgan
The thing is, the unravelling does not have an end point. We are constantly evolving, changing and reviewing what feels good to us.

So what does it actually mean to unravel?

For me  "unravelling" does not exclusivley refer to a painful or traumatic process. Unravelling can be anything from birthing a beautiful project or  carving out a way to express yourself in the world. As we unravel we get closer to our heart and what we truly desire. Sometimes  unravelling can be difficult. It may lead us to the depths of despair and have us questioning everything we thought we knew about our lives or relationships. 

When I look back on my life, my timeline is littered with a mixture of beautiful and painful unravellings. The thing is, the unravelling does not have an end point. We are constantly evolving, changing and reviewing what feels good to us. The relationships we have with people, places and experiences continually shift and mould into new shapes and forms. Sometimes we resist the change and fight the transition, other times we embrace the new and revel in the unknown.