"Love waits for no one." That came through loud and clear. I was startled but curious and asked how do you mean? The energy from the ormus and the cacao continued to speak, showing me that the relationships I was putting my Self on hold for were NOT worthy of the time, energy and care I was feeding them. It was time to let love lead the way and that meant letting go of the dead weight that was holding me back in the form of maybes, some day and other forms of vague connections.
When we live in a world filled with digital distractions it's easy to get caught up in the noise of energies that are trying to sell us something, tell us what to think, how to live, how to eat...The list goes on.What we actually need more of is to unplug and reconnect to our center. To let the heart speak its knowing and to let the higher self lead the way. Allowing integrity to come forward as natural authority. In the spiral of trying to keep up with thought leaders, influencers and gurus we miss the signs and signals the Universe is ever sending our way.
Some of our greatest soul growth moments are met with the greatest and equal amount of resistance. In times of growth and expansion we’re consciously reaching for a next level or a new phase but oftentimes our whole selves are not entirely on board for such disruption! When we pause to consider our whole self we can begin to see the beautiful complexity of our being. We’re an amalgamation of shadow, light, memory, electrical impulses, matter and so much more all providing an experience for the soul to have on this earth.
When we think of our desires, goals and dreams our minds naturally jump into the future. Yet we might also feel a hesitation from a past experience as we try to motivate towards what we want. What if that past experience wasn’t our own? What if that past experience belonged to someone who was related to us? This is where ancestral lineage healing enters the picture.
Many of us are aware of the energy generated by people and activities that take place in a space. You can think of it as the feeling or sensation you get in the pit of your stomach when you walk into a room or meet someone for the first time. When we travel or when we’re working, we don’t always have control over the environment but we do have control over how our surroundings affect us, by creating personalized sacred space with boundaries.