“And sometimes we absorb negative energy just by being there.
And that's nothing to regret, just something to be aware of.
For one must release.
One must remember to take the time necessary to release.
If not, that which has been absorbed will become a blockage.
Constipating the spirit and obstructing growth.
And it is not enough to wait for external deliverance from one's very own state of being.
It is not enough.
We must heal ourselves.
We are created with self healing as an evolutionary reality.
And I'm not just talking of skin and hair and flesh and bones.
I am speaking of the mind and of the soul also.
We must heal our minds and our souls.
And this calls for more discipline.
And this calls for more study.
And this calls for more stillness.
And this calls for more focus.
And this requires less distraction.
And this requires less addiction.
And this requires less externalization.
And this requires less fear.”
“You have to be able to identify yourself to yourself. It's a must. A necessity. If not, how will you know how to remember your divine right to a place within the order of nature. As these illusions crack. Raw and jagged. We become aware that there is a sky beyond the sky. A night beyond the night. So much more to life than these imitations, no matter how awe inspiring they may be. Why would one pray for change and then beg to remain the same. A spiritual contradiction. A mainstream addiction. Ancestral drums beat the rhythm of the heart. Continuing a lineage that can no longer be identified by the surface alone. Upon the winds of the Grand Mother's whispered prophesies we ride. Surrounded by the Grand Father's etheric warriors. Protected by the ability to remember who you truly are.”
Note to self: Sometimes it is the change that I fight the most that is the change that I need the most. Sometimes that which I fear to lose is that which I would benefit from letting go. It is difficult to identify clarity with emotionally misted lenses. Responding to the past in the present can stagnate one's future. Breathe.
“If you don't trust yourself how will you experience the peace of doing the best thing versus the never ending anxiety of only ever being afraid of the worst thing happening. Reactionary. In this space it is hard to find the pace to set the heart to beat in order to complete the simple task of making productive decisions. Healing expeditions that take you further. Growth. If you don't trust your life how will you ever find a flow. Blockages filled with doubt and paranoia. Second guessing, leading to hesitations that manifest errors. Trust. A word under attack by these frequencies of fear. In this life so magnetically charged, trust is a resource so precious it becomes commodity. Trust is an aspect of identity. It's how one claims one's destiny. Do you trust yourself to be?”