Pieces Lost and Found: A Guest Post

As we grow up and go through life, things happen to us to cause us pain, discomfort, and trauma. These things can be big, like losing a parent when you still very much need them to be around. Or, they can seem smaller, like being so very proud that you dressed yourself and fancied up your hair all by yourself, when you were four, only to be met with disdain from your mother because you messed up your room in the process, leaving clothes all over the place. And, you ruined her best lipstick, wanting to be more like mom. As life happens to us, little pieces of our soul can get left behind. To read about a Soul Retrieval Ceremony I participated in, and find out how this process helps us heal from life’s injuries, hop on over to my sweet friend, Liz’s blog, Big Body Beautiful. Liz is a bodacious, body loving, motorcycle riding, extraordinarily talented writer, who graciously allowed me to guest post to her blog. For those who are interested, the shamanic practitioner who performed the ceremony is Cadie Federmeyer of Heart of the Forest Acupuncture in Bellingham, WA.

About mariner2mother

I'm a mother of a creative 20 year old son, a former merchant ship's deck officer, and a wife. To feed my creative side I take photos. I am also Reiki attuned and am a student of Energy Healing, having used several healing modalities to work on myself and my family. My most recent adventure has me navigating a very challenging Kundalini Awakening.
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2 Responses to Pieces Lost and Found: A Guest Post

  1. BigLizzy says:

    Susan, Thanks for the beyond wonderful post, sweetie and for being so YOU. The light that you bring to all of us by working your program and healing the hurt places is astounding and so appreciated. I learn so much from you, sis. Thank you for being here on planet and doing such a good job of leading the way, babe. ❤

    • You are so very welcome. I wish everyone knew that they don’t have to white knuckle their way through life. That when things pop up that they become strongly reactionary to, there is a reason why they react; and it can be permanently changed, healed. At least, that has been my experience. Love you for being!

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