A story of Grouse Medicine

Grouse medicine

On behalf of October, the thinning veil, Halloween and Samhain, I felt guided to share some stories from personal experience!

First up is a story about opening to spiritual gifts. Pull out a cozy blanket, get a cup of hot chocolate, and let’s pretend we’re sharing stories by the campfire!

 

This month is all about being in action with flow and guidance.

Remember to share your own stories!! You never know who will begin to open to their own gifts, or begin to heal, simply from hearing your experiences!!

 

Read the full-length story below!!


 

It is a cop out to say I was born like this. We are all born like this. Few people do not have stories of knowing who a caller was before the phone began to ring, warning dreams of death or accidents of loved ones, or some type of experience with ghosts, angels, or simply something unknown. Not many of us have the chance to realize the fullness or depth of having gifts though. For some, the idea of having gifts will never even cross their conscious mind. I didn’t truly realize this about myself until I was twenty one.

My realization started with a deck of animal totem cards. I had gotten then on a whim. They felt good to my hands and at that time I was very interested in Shamanism. Every few days I would chose a new card and place it in my student id case. This way I could carry my medicine lesson with me and get to know the cards more intimately. I had my favorites, of course. Eagle was strong and sharp eyed. Cougar was crafty and fierce. Owl and crow were messengers.

About halfway through the school year I got stuck with Grouse. I didn’t really like Grouse. I didn’t understand why I needed to hold on to Grouse’s medicine for such a long period of time. I thought I was already following the life lessons of “Find your rhythm, honor the synchronicity, spiral into your potential.” I was in collage after all, studying what I always wanted to study, and taking life as it was coming. I had even been studying and practicing shamanism. It is almost a needless pun to point out, that I was grousing about Grouse’s medicine. In an attempt to get other messages, I would draw until I got something other than Grouse. This continued until I really got stuck with Grouse as the whole deck, but Grouse, vanished from my night stand.

Months passed and a few times I had become so irked at Grouse that I tore through my room looking for the deck. Each time, the deck remained as lost as it was before. The memory of it would stick in my mind, like a word on the tip of your tongue, waiting just beyond reach to be remembered. Even though I huffed and groused that my deck had been lost, there little I could do about replacing it on my collage budget. Grouse stayed tucked into my id case.

When the end of the school year came, I cleaned from my room from top to bottom. I found my deck of animal totem cards on the bottom of my night stand. This was a place I had cleaned more than several times since I had lost the deck. But the deck sat there, as if mocking me, between a few books at the bottom of my nightstand. I had been through those books and even taken them out of the shelf. I groused even more internally through out the day as I finished cleaning and packing for the year.

I treated myself that evening by going down to my friend’s apartment for some tea and some down time. It was a bit of a ritual for us. You may take that as literally as you like, because for me, life is lived by intention and not necessarily bells and whistles. We lit the candles, had a light dinner, and waited for the brew. She and I crashed on the futon couch while we waited and eventually took in our tea. It was an odd night and my friend had other visitors, of which only she could see. After several trips out West and to a reservation in New Mexico, my friend had managed to acquire the friendship of some deceased Native Elders. The Elders had their stereotypical sense of humor and rarely were things actually calm when they felt they had something to share. Nothing about that was odd to me. I had grown up my friend, so I was used to how she worked and what she could do. But that night her friends were usually particularly antagonistic in their teasing.

That night there was a message for me. I never took their messages with grace, they usually brought out the chip on my shoulder. I groused internally as my friend began to laugh while imparting the message. Because she was laughing and her invisible friends were laughing the message didn’t come through in full, but she repeated what she could make out. The message was something about the Grouse card.

I felt completely deflated. Not only had the deck been mocking me and my efforts to understand, now the invisible Native Americans were mocking my grousing. I sat slumped on the couch, annoyed, and explained to my friend about the grouse card I have been carrying around with me for months. I hadn’t told her the whole story of how I lost the deck and had gotten stuck with one card. My friend laughed even harder. She laughed not simply at me, but also at the commentary, that only she could hear. After they all had their laugh at me, it was time to say good night. I still had to make the trip home the next day.

I stood by my friend’s door, collecting my backpack and sweatshirt, when I heard something. Today I can’t tell you what it was, it had been an inconsequential snarfy comment. But I heard it. My friend once again cracked up laughing. The world seemed to stop in that moment, and stood up and looked at her. I asked her pointedly if they had said what I thought they had said. She agreed that was more or less what she heard. But I had heard it. I had heard their words in way that was not foreign to me. I had a similar internal voice most of my life….or at least I thought it was internal to me….

That moment brought my world to threshold I had never before considered. I now had to consider the fact that that voice that reared it’s head every so often was not simply me making stuff up when I got bored. I had to consider that those times when I thought I was zoning out, talking internally with, what I thought was a completely made up character, was not quite as made up as I had thought. This was something so internal to me, I never thought to tell anyone about. I had thought that this was not an uncommon thing, that it was like day dreaming. This process was so innate to me, that I never questioned how or why it was there.

While I am pointing out here how one instant began a realization, an awakening, process for me, the full course of learning what was real took time. It took some experimentation. To my mind, the largest shock was not really that I had been doing this listening all my life. It was that I had never really been alone. I had grown up being adopted, an only child, in between the ages of my cousins, few friends. I had grown up alone and grown up to like my alone times. The shock of the idea that perhaps I was never really ever alone, so to speak, changed my perspective in ways that are very hard to describe. One of the first things I felt I had to figure out was where I ended and other ways of being began. What was my authentic voice? What was fed to me without me realizing?

I don’t know what took me so long to see things as they are. I don’t know what really got me all blocked up from catching the hint that I was more sensitive than I knew. Today, while sometimes I forget, sometimes I get caught in the melodrama of daily life, there comes a point where I get a slap to the back of the head and askance of why I didn’t ask for help sooner. The world comes back into focus, and the patterns and cycles of things give the sight and knowledge I need to tread the deep waters of life and the strength to live my life on my own terms. My path is mine alone, given to me long ago. Laid forth by ancestors and friends. My path, my wheel of life and medicine, is the only thing that can break me, the only thing that can heal me. It is the only thing that is real. This is the medicine lesson of the honorable brother, sometimes trickster, Grouse. Find your rhythm, honor the synchronicity, spiral into your potential.

Weekly Guidance: Oct 3rd: Love in action

Weekly guidance oct 3rd Love in action

 

On behalf of the Divine and all the guardians and guides, love, this week I ask you to not take things personally!!

This is going to be a week where we will confront a lot of shadow work revolving around our relationships and our self-worth. Depending on what blocks and strange flows you have in your reality and energy system, it might seem like a week of fighting, a week of having your value challenged, or a week where doing your normal routine of getting out there won’t seem enough. This is the Universe trying to send you a message, but it’s not a message about why you deserve to fail. Instead, it’s a message of where you need to apply copious amounts of self-love and compassion. Now that we have that cleared up, I also want to say that what will come up this week is also meant to change our thinking.

I didn’t say to rethink your commitment. We’ve worked really hard over the last two month to hone and clarify what we are committed to. Venus and Mars are going to showing us the areas that need to be brought into alignment so that our commitment to our work and higher purpose can flow even stronger. This isn’t’ a test either. It’s a week where the energies are going to give the direct consequences and result that our thinking is producing. In each moment and exchange, we have the ability to create the reality we want. It’s a matter of changing our thinking around “obstacles”.

This week, we need to heed the internal compass we have been building up over the eclipse season. This internal compass is the vision or sense of how things are supposed to feel. If reality isn’t measuring up to what you envisioned, then it’s time to change your thinking around what you are doing. If you experience this, it’s time to dig a little deeper into our expectations of ourselves and others. Quality of mind and the emotion we put behind our efforts is the real key to our manifestation. We need to be centered enough to hold our center and come from an already incredible place. We cannot wait until something or some time is more perfect. We need to keep our desired feelings in the forefront of our mind and create reality from there. The quality of our thinking defines our success, and this week will provide opportunities to see where we need to change the quality of our thinking. Use your dreams as the reference point for your internal compass.

So if this week, you get feeling a little insecure or worried. Stop. Don’t engage in triggered feelings. Instead get curious about how to shift your quality of mind, because you are most likely in a mental state isn’t going to serve you well.

 

Reflection for the week of Love in Action:

weekly guidance love in action are you in a quality of mind you can trust

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13 Signs of being Centered

13 signs of being centered

In my  line of work I talk about lot about “the basics” of empathic and intuitive mastery, like grounding, getting centered, and how to thrive without shields. It’s mostly because the deeper I go into these foundations, the more realize that they haven’t bee explained or talked about nearly enough to for us to really “get it”. So many people say the same things over and over about these practices without getting down to what is actually working or how they work it. The more awakened and souled I become, the more these foundational skills just keep giving. I started this series on centering at the beginning of the month to really explore what my soul knows and feels about this one practice. If you are starting with post, you can look at the others here and here!

Here’s some of the ideas we’ve already covered, so everyone can be on the same page!

  • Centering is not quieting your mind, letting the light, grounding into Earth, or collecting your thoughts or energy.
  • Centering is allowing soul back into the physical, creating a safe space and environment in the the physical for Soul to come home to.
  • Nothing is required beyond creating the time and space to make internal peace and quiet that makes body irresistible to soul.
  • The big reason we are uncentered usually revolves around not feeling safe enough, stable enough, worthy enough to accept our own Divinity. We have created separation between soul and physical reality…at least in our minds.

 

The practice of centering is coming back to the recognition that we are meant to carry the power and wisdom of soul and source connection into our physical reality. We are meant to have that power, sacredness, insight, and level of perception. That power only exists in the moment, and we can tap into it more fully when we are clear. So learning to hear wisdom vs. ego in the moment is a huge part of the process.  That difference was the topic of last week’s blog article, which you can find here! The whole idea  can be summed up like this:

If some thoughts and feelings make you feel bad, afraid, ashamed, worried, then it’s NOT Divine Wisdom and Love.

To be centered is to be open and in moment with Divine Love.

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When I first centered fully with Soul, mind, and body in alignment, true, deep alignment, I instantly saw what I  had been doing to myself. I saw how I held myself back, going in silly circles of thought, and that thought had nothing to do with the outside world. It was all internal. And I also saw how wisdom had been guiding me my entire life. I saw the pattern clearly, of how at each little junction point I heard clearly what the answer was. I understood that all those times I chose to feed fear instead of listening deeper I had only been holding myself back. And I saw in all that I was loved and cherished, not because I finally got it right, but because I kept trying, seeking, asking for wisdom. In the past, it had only been my awareness and expectation of what guidance was that kept me from fully recognizing it.

What we usually associate with centering are actually the steps we can take in order to get centered. Quieting the mind does help in the process of inviting soul in because soul likes peace. When we are peaceful within ourselves we can align more quickly. Gathering our thoughts or energy can help for the same reasons, as most of thought is not truly ours. Learning to practice gathering true self, what YOU actually think and feel, can also help toward centering. Meditating can help do those things we just talked about, and so also can be be a good gateway to getting centered. But none of these things in and of themselves are actually centering.

Let’s get back to the practical though, being centered feels like:

  1. I feel powerfully aligned with the tasks I need to do to fulfill my life purpose.
  2. Heart feel open, full of love, even when thinking of a challenge.
  3. I feel empowered and ready, yet fully relaxed, breathing calmly from my belly.
  4. Able to hold or work with more energy than “normal”.
  5. The perfect solution seems possible.
  6. Able to provide self-love and assurance to shift from negative, ego-thinking and limitations.
  7. Easier to consider pushing my boundaries of my comfort zone.
  8. Open sense, no spiraling or cyclical thought, sense of expansion.
  9. Seeing, knowing, sensing the perfectness of the moment or even next step.
  10. Easily able to see the difference between ego thinking and true wisdom.
  11. Able to give self permission to “feel good” even if tired, sore, ill, feeling a little down, dealing with a bout of negativity.
  12. My core has been activated and my actions and love clearly create ripples out into time/space
  13. Sensing my own energy and aura breathing and moving around me.

 

The 13 signs of being centered

Centering isn’t about make one shift a day or every so often.  Nor is it about hitting each of the 13 points that I experience, all the time or building up to that over time. Centering is a practice of continually coming back to our truest self over and over with each breath and moment. It is the practice that give us the time and space to release all that holds us back from being co-creators, strong and Divine in our own light.  Part of the mastery of this process should be about naming and recognizing how you know you are actually centered in Divine Source and Soul level being.

To help get you started, here are some actions that can help you consistently create that time and space:

  • Making time to be creative, allowing our flows to guide mind and body to create something new and beyond us.
  • Ritual work, so that soul, mind, and body can work in alignment.
  • Dreaming and Daydreaming, allowing soul and wisdom play in potentials.
  • Meditation to quiet the mind and create the peace that Soul adores and wants to fill.
  • Sex or orgasims to fill ourselves with higher vibes and love to attract soul in deeper
  • Actively giving self love to fill ourselves with higher vibes and love to attract soul in deeper
  • Gardening or doing the dishes because these can be meditations to quiet the mind too.
  • Spiritual or self work to see ego’s thinking more clearly
  • Taking a bath or shower because that can be a good time to get really present and release thought.

But the number one thing you need in order to really “get” centered and centering is the willingness to come into the space where you can have the unconditional love that you need, that you have always craved.  That willingness is the key, no matter what physical actions you might be doing.

In the comments below, I hope you will take the chance to explore what might be keeping you from intentionally centering into the state of unconditional love!!

 

How to Recognize when you’re uncentered

How to recognize you are uncentered

 

Last week, when I began this series on centering, we took a brief look at what centering is. I posted a list “symptoms”to help you identify when you aren’t centered, hoping to give you a broad stroke idea of what centering isn’t. But centering is tricky. There are times when we”think” we can be fairly on target, but aren’t or have missed the central point. Additionally, there are times when we are centered in how we feel, like say when we believe we are angry for all the right reasons, yet the solution seems elusive or is something we don’t think we can accepts. This week I would like to take a little bit of a deeper dive into learning to become conscious of when we lose our center.

 

To date, the biggest centering lesson I have learned was to distinguish between my small physical world mind (ego) and my higher mind (Soul and Source). This first hand knowledge is what guides me back to center over and over again. Before my latest big shift in awakening, I thought I correctly perceived that all the thoughts that went though my mind were my own and were, at least, part of who I was. My thoughts were the result of my experiences and were hard won over life’s challenges and growth spurts. I believed that the things spoken in anger had more truth to them than things said in love. And in that, I even believed myself to be centered. Possessing at a fairly steady emotional keel. I worked to keep that.

As I began to untangle what was higher mind and what wasn’t, my beliefs radically changed. In just a post, such as this, it’s hard to say what will drive this point home for you, gorgeous Soul.  For it me took first fully (at least it felt that way at the time) coming to center to begin understanding the HUGE difference. Today I sit back and wonder how I could have ever believed that the Divine would want to punish me, shame me, kick me when I’m down, as I had done to myself when I thought every thought I had was some sort of Truth. The first time I understood that my guide, the angels, the Divine could not be harsher judges of myself, than myself, I wept for all the pain I had heaped upon my being. My own ideas (ego) of how broken I was kept me from Oneness with Divine and Creation.

 

symptoms of being uncentered

 

All those little thoughts that occurred were ego’s way of wrapping me so tightly in a cocoon of “safety” that couldn’t let the truly good stuff in, the unconditional love. In that cocoon, though, I never felt safe. No matter how many precautions I took, how well I planned to overcome my worry or anxiety. Fear begets fear, it doesn’t solve fear. No matter how well we think we are doing, if we are coming from a place of fear or avoidance of pain, we are not in center with our Divine Soul.

Our center, the seat of Soul, is a place of absolute love. Judgment does not exists there.

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Thoughts, the daily emotions, worries, anxieties, through time and/or circumstance pass or recede. It’s hard to hitch your wagon, plan your life, or make good choices from such a random place. Soul is constant, ever-present, and always observing things behind the scenes of the thoughts and emotions that run through us. Coming to center is learning to identify “self” as that ever-present observer. The whisper or nudge behind that daily drama. That is your truest self, and the true center of your being.

The voice of Soul will never call you fat, a loser, ugly, worthless, a screw up, broken…whatever nasty ass thing ego can come up with. The voice of Soul will show you how to give yourself the love that you need, so that you can more fully come to center.

 

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Our center, the seat of Soul, is a place of absolute love. Judgment does not exists there.

 

What, my dearest Souls, are you willing to stop believing about yourself, so that you can come more fully to center??? Let me know in the comments!

Weekly Guidance: July 18th: Tap into your Destiny

destiny

 

Destiny is a crazy thing. As humans living in this complex world, we tend to seeking outwardly from us. We look for what direction to move in, what new things to try out, ever seeking what resonates with us. But here’s the kicker. Your destiny is never something “out there” waiting to found and discovered. Your destiny are the very things you dream about, what you crave. It’s always been within you.

Coming into one’s destiny isn’t really about the outward journey, like going back to school, moving, changing your job. Some of things might happen anyway, but living your destiny is about realizing that which has always been part of you. We were all born with very specific dreams and tendencies. No one else has our dream, not exactly. Sure there might be similarities, dream or destiny archetypes, if you will. But the path to bringing those dreams out from within us can never be repeated by another.

Destiny isn’t about who we will be at some point in the future either. It’s about the potential that exists within us in this present moment. Destiny is about accepting that part of us and figuring out how to embrace it, RIGHT NOW. No future destiny can exist without our acceptance of that seed within us in the present.

What is it that is coming forward right now? What have you been putting off, saying “someday I’ll….”? What is that you might be feeling, after all the huge energy shifts of June, it’s getting to the point of do or die??

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What can I do with this destiny now?

Use the energy and vision you see for yourself, ask how you can begin mirroring or embodying that energy or vision.

Start making decisions and choices, as if you are already at that stage you see in your dreams or visions.

But the best tip I have, is to keep asking, “What do I need to understand in order to embrace this?”

So, my lovelies, leave that cocoon behind and start spreading your wings!!

Don’t forget to claim the energy and vision you are embracing this week, in the comments below!! Set that intention free, shout it out to the world!!!

The secret relationship between emotional pain and intuition

The secret relationship between pain and intuition

This article, about the relationship between pain and intuition, is part of a series about the main 4 block to intuition and also the Emotional Mastery Series. I took two weeks off during the writing of this series (1st article and 2nd article of the Intuition block series), as I had gone through my own bout of pain, struggle, and anxiety. I bless that period of time now, as it really brought home the point of this series in such a profound way that I feel like a clear, laser-focused, on the deepest truth of this life experience.

Let me start off by saying that I am only speaking of emotional pain. I am not speaking of physical pain from injury, disease, or disorder, I am not doctor in any way, and can only speak from my experiences and insights received as an intuitive. That all being said, what I learned during my break was that pain is the experience we have, and we all share it, that something has been taken away from us or the fear that we will somehow lose something. It is the knee jerk survival mechanism that warns us that way in some way be diminished by an encounter, argument, or situation, perhaps even diminished to the point of injury or death.

While emotional pain is a natural reaction, it is not natural for us to hold on that pain. That holding on to pain puts stress on the body that can ultimately weaken and damage the body. The stress of carrying our pain certainly will begin to effect our daily lives, sleep and eating patterns, and we will continue to decline and feel worse.

Pain, or fear of emotional pain, is the root cause of our emotions and behaviors. Yet it is not the pain, in and of itself, that causes the most disruption and damage in our lives. The point of pain is to lead us back to oneness. Like it’s sibling fear, pain shows us where we need love and more healing. It is ego’s response to pain that is the most disruptive to our lives and healing.

Ego is a natural structure, or maybe function, in our minds and consciousness. It allows us to safely experience and learn about the world around us. When we experience things, even pain, ego seeks to explain the reason we feel it and helps us to figure out if something is harmful or helpful. Being that ego only really deals with physical world issues, it only is half the equation, as we are not only physical beings. So as long we resist coming into our natural intuitive state, embracing and coming into alignment with our multi-dimensional soul, we are only getting about half the story about any experience we have, whether it pain, fear, happiness, or joy. While feelings states like happiness and joy are closer to the vibration and state of intuitive soul connection, even they aren’t fully an expression of soul centeredness. We can feel joy and happiness for all the wrong reasons.

force shame out of hiding, giving our pain the light

The longer we stay entrenched in the day to day living beyond this physical plane, the easier it becomes to accept pain and fear as our very real, very deeply reality. The deeper and more frequently we experience this reality the crazier ego becomes in attempting to figure out the pain and solve it. Of course, when firmly entrenched in the physical world view, we all see how it can make sense. Yet ego’s explanations will never fully account or be able to fully heal our pain because it is just one part of us. And because ego is in overdrive trying to resolve our pain, ego also fails to point out that we aren’t the only one’s in pain. The experience of ego and pain, left unchecked by soul and the intuition state, makes it hard to see that our pain isn’t as personal to us as we would believe.

If fact, in those moments of unchecked fear and pain, we seem to all believe that our pain is so real and painful that no one else could possible understand or have experienced this level of darkness and hurt. We fall under the illusion that we are so deeply flawed and lacking we cannot or should not be part of the world around us, or that there are parts of us that should never see the light of day again…or the light of Divine Love. We create our shadow sides, because we have believed the stories ego has fed us, that our pain makes us ugly and unacceptable…some how different.

But the opposite is more true. We are one in our experience of pain. It is through the realization of Oneness that we experience the healing of our pain. Brene Brown’s work on vulnerability beautifully explains that when we can embrace our pain and begin to become vulnerable, to share our pain experience, that we become healed. From an energy level, it makes complete sense, that being vulnerable and sharing would lead us to our healing and Oneness. When we believe ego, it tells us we are alone, flawed, broken, should not show our pain, we close ourselves off. We try to close off the energy of that wound, sometimes we create divisions within ourselves to keep that wound hidden in shadow. But when we share things, our energy opens back up again and the potential for light and love to reach our deep inner pain is possible again.

Our deeply held wounds and emotional pain, are those places within ourselves that we (or ego) has deemed fit to never see the light, when it is the light (our soul, intuition state, the open flow between us and the world around us) that is the cure to our pain. By denying our soul selves and Divine Love, we only keep ourselves in pain.

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Fear and Intuition, two expressions of guidance

Fear and darkness have no existence on their own

Without going into into a lot woo woo talk, I want to say that I feel that intuition and fear are two sides of the same coin…perhaps even the same side. Last week I started a series about the top 4 blocks to intuition. I began with a rather “out there” idea of what intuition is. But if you haven’t read that post, take a look now, because the context is important to note. Part of why this series may sound new and different is that I don’t think the Universe is some parochial school nun out to teach us or punish us. And when we are in an intuition state, we are aligning ourselves with Universe Truth, where there is nothing but support….perhaps not how we expected it, but support nonetheless. 

In that Universal state of Oneness, there is only flow and knowing and Truth. There isn’t fear. Fear is within us, it is created only by us. We judge and punish ourselves far worse than any person or Divinity would or could. 

Fear is when we feel threatened, emotionally triggered, too small, not enough, not capable, in the face of a specific potential. It is our reaction to the potential that is fearful, triggered, ego driven, survival driven. But the potential remains a possibility, no matter how we feel about. It is part of the whole and cannot be otherwise. 

Fear is the absence of Love

It is our reaction that is not in alignment with the Universe, not the potential. What amuses me when I stop and think about it is that I can be in fear and still be in alignment with the Universe…at least enough to keep receiving guidance. Fear doesn’t really “block” the intuitive flow, the intuitive flow state is our natural state. But fear and ego does stop us from accepting Truth when we let those parts of ourselves pilot our lives. If you need further proof of this, think back to a time when you terrified, can you see how it was Truth that brought you back around? You might have even had a “knowing” that things would turn out the way they did, under the fear. Or someone might have been there to hold space for Truth when you could not…even if you didn’t want to hear it at the time, and resented the hell out of it.

That resentment is fear driven, it’s ego’s way of keeping us safe from a potential that threatens our safety. But following ego’s idea of what is safe only keeps in illusion or denial. We say “well that can’t happen”, “that’s not fair, why me?”, or “I would die if that happened”. But none of that is really true.  What fear is showing us is where we need to apply apply more Divine Love. This is why we are experiencing fear, because we have denied or resisted a place within ourselves that needed more Divine Love, a part of self that needs to come into further alignment. In fear, we have believed ego’s stories that perhaps we were too unworthy, too bad, too wrong, too….whatever, to be in Love and Truth.

 

fear is a sacred message

I don’t believe that while we are on this physical plane we can truly escape fear and ego. But I do know from my personal experience, that we can begin unraveling the stories that were created to keep us in a state of feeling “lacking” or “small”, to come to a greater truth about ourselves, our purpose, our own Divinity. We don’t need to hate Fear. Fear is not being mean, trying to punish us for the past, or even test us. Fear is only showing us where we need to be bolstered up more with Love. It is like an outcome card in a tarot layout, showing us where things could go, if we choose to keep that part of ourselves from the light, the outcome if we do not make changes. We need to make changes, to let the Love in further and further into our darkest parts in order to know our Wholeness and to move past where we have blocked ourselves from moving forward in alignment. If intuition is the light, fear is the absence of light, guiding us to be whole. 

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