Never let old shames keep you spinning in a stagnant sea of regrets. And never, ever let them sink you. For Life didn’t show you your mistakes so you could stay stuck in misgivings. It showed you where you went wrong so you might patch your vessel, pick up your lessons like oars, and row yourself down a more trustworthy route to happiness. ~ Sandra Kring
Chalchiuhtlicue ("She of the Jade Skirt") was an Aztec goddess of love, beauty, youth, lakes, rivers, seas, streams, horizontal waters, storms, and baptism. She was also a Goddess of Childbirth and protector of labouring women. Chalchiutlicue's association with both water and fertility is derived from the Aztecs' common association of the womb with waters. This dual role gave her both life-giving and a life-ending role in Aztec mythology.
It means communication of what you need when you aren't feeling too good about yourself so you may deter from projecting your fears onto your loved ones and hurting them by doubting their trust and love