14 thoughts on “How Completion Can Change Your Life – My Personal Story [video]

  1. Wow! Gulara, that is a powerful video.
    Thank you for sharing your story so openly. I was glued to the screen, intently listening to your words. They are words you need to share. I’m so pleased you found closure and, in that closure, a new beginning. I can’t help wondering, though, how differently your life may have been lived if your grandmother had not repeatedly told you of your father’s words. It seems, while honest, a cruel thing to do to a young child. Did you really need to know that? I’m not sure what I would tell.
    You share your story so honestly, then challenge us to face things that we need to complete, that are holding us back from starting again with new beginnings. It is a very effective closing statement to your video.
    I congratulate you. It’s wonderful.

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    • Thank you, Norah! It feels liberating to put it out into the world. I come to realise how much any ‘unfinished business’ keeps us back and drains our energy. I really appreciate your kind words and feedback. As to my grandmother…. People often pass on their hurts without realising it. Many thanks, Norah, your words of encouragement mean so much!

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    • Oh, the accent, Louise πŸ™‚ Thank you. I’m afraid all the languages I speak now have an accent πŸ˜€ Last time I visited Azerbaijan, a man in a shop complimented my Azerbaijani and asked which country I come from πŸ˜€ Anyway, yes, completions feel really important to me. I know I haven’t completed my book yet, but I have done about ten drafts of the whole thing and many more of individual chapters. Each one was a completion of sorts. I cannot wait to have a full completion of the manuscript! That will definitely be a new beginning.x

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    • Thank you, Mary Lou, so grateful for your kind feedback. I know you write personal stories and can relate to how liberating it can be to share something we have carried for so long. It truly sets one free. Many blessings.

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  2. Love this story Gulara! And all the more because it is your truth. You have really touched something in me that recognises this journey to wholeness is full of the unexpected and amazing. Thank goodness! Much love to you xx

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  3. Hi Gulara, I only got through about 30 seconds of the video before it froze up on me, but I can tell it is a very moving video and judging from the comments it seems to have been a powerful experience for both you and those that got to watch it. (And you look beautiful as well.)

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  4. Thank you so much for sharing that wonderful story. I recently said goodbye to my novel. It was the right thing for me to do. I did a whole ceremony, said goodbye, thanked it for what it has taught and given me, and then I released it. I’ve begun a new project since and I don’t feel that the time I spent on that book was wasted.

    Thank you once again. This is a very important lesson. Very brave of you to share your story.

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    • Thank you for watching and leaving a comment, Ula, it means a lot to me. I’m sad to hear about your novel, but as you say, it brought many gifts, and it’ll sprout in many different ways, I have no doubt. Sending a big hug.

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