Is it safe to be here on planet earth? Have you settled in yet? Or are you packed and thinking of going somewhere more comfortable? Instead of (consciously or unconsciously) wanting to leave, you could instead choose to learn this week’s immense lesson – the art of the powerful transition.
What soul agreement did you make when you agreed to come here and be a part of these momentous times? What made it worth your while taking on such a dense vehicle – the human body and emotional system? What excited you enough that you said YES! when asked if you wanted to be a part of it all?
We got a huge hit of energy yesterday that surged through all the places where we have memories of being neglected, unsupported and uncared for.
Sadness has always sent me into hiding, as if it was a taboo, something I am not allowed to share with the world. I decided to love my sadness, to create a new relationship with it.
There’s been a huge rush around the empowerment of women in the past few years. There’s absolutely no doubt that the women of the world are staking their claim to creating a better future. Where are we at with that energy right now? It’s about changing our story about how we keep safe. It’s about stepping past our familiar boundaries and blessing the day and each person we meet. It’s about radically expanding our sense of fellowship to all humanity. It’s about no longer restricting our alliances to ‘people like us’. The feminine is relative – as in, it holds the energy of relationships on this planet. There’s stuff to let go of as we reach out to a whole new level of relationship, there’s morphic fields to deconstruct and new lives to create.
Our comfort zones are collapsing around us and a bright shiny new world is presenting itself.
This is a highly complex evolutionary manoeuvre. At this moment we are attempting to integrate our highly tuned, ancient fear-based survival instincts with our high functioning conscious neo-cortex. We are bringing this modern part of our brain into our bodies and saying .. yes, it’s safe here.
Why, in 2013, do we still have this crazy idea that once something sinks into the depths of the ocean it no longer exists.
When we can be in the moment, carefully tending something, no matter how small it might be, we create a shift in our own lives and in the trajectory of life on earth.
This is a pure, almost childlike, impulse towards relationship that springs from overflowing sincerity and trust. True understanding of our place in the world flows from here.