I’ve tried to keep posts more upbeat and positive recently despite the rollercoaster that still is my Kundalini awakening. I oscillate between feeling well and having the positive outlook on life that’s my natural default, to feeling like I’m packing around a hundred-pound bag of sand on my back, and it’s leaking a stream of sand into my gears. Not fun, and unfortunately has become an unwelcome part of my life for a while now. That said, I know the whole feeling unwell stuff is temporary.
Yet one of the wonderful effects of this experience has been growing the connection to the divine. To my inner wisdom. I’m able to hear or feel it more strongly and know it’s the truth. True for me.
I’m still in what seems like the active phase of healing because of how scrambled and generally out of sorts I still feel. And I know I’m working toward a new sense of clarity. It will be wonderful when I get there, and with each and every healing session I get the distinct sense I’m moving closer and closer.
One of the things I love about the healing work is what I’m learning. Ever the student, using hypnotherapy to dive into my unconscious world, following threads of feelings that lead me to images and stories gives me access to parts of myself I’m usually unaware of. And within the access, I’m able to create change and heal myself. Not only that, but I’m simultaneously able to connect with the field of information that is God. I’m given answers and spiritual wisdom simply by asking.
You know that phrase, ask and the answer shall be given unto you? (Or something like that). It’s just like that. And I’m not alone in this. Many people are evolving and ascending spiritually at the moment.
A recent hypnotherapy session went deep, and as usual, I’m giving it time to integrate a bit more before I share some of the nuggets of gold. These days, the information that comes up always has some resonance beyond only me. It also resonates with the world at large.
While I’m giving myself space and time to rest, a bit of TLC, here’s a recent photo of one of our yard’s daily visitors.