For many decades, we have been working with energy and in many cases, holding it within our energy bodies because there was no place for it to go.<!--StartFragment--> Now we are able to process the energy and move it on, uploading it to the earth and grounding it in the earth grids.<!--EndFragment-->
In a recent Facebook post I quoted the August Energy Report by saying ‘We cannot heal the world by putting ourselves on the cross’. A few people accused me of being disrespectful of Jesus on the cross and that’s not what I meant at all.
the victim paradigm is an essential part of our soul journey. Wherever
the victim paradigm exists in our life is where we have a soul wound
that needs healing, fear that we came to resolve or karma that we came
to transform. When we have victim energy we attract people and
situations whose purpose is to make our victim status so apparent to us
that we know exactly what we need to transform. But too often their
actions make us feel even more like a victim and our language, our
'victim speak', affirms it for us.
If energy always moved forward we would never have a chance to reconsider our options and decide whether the direction we’re moving in is the right one for us, make course corrections, or take time to rest.
When there is a lot of energy movement we need to make sure our energy boundaries are firmly in place. Why would we put boundaries up when we want the energy to flow in freely and create as much transformation as possible?
I hear the phrase “I feel stuck” from so many clients who have arrived at a point in their lives where they see that the energy isn’t moving, they want to do other things and they don’t know how to begin
It's spring where I live and I have been planting new
flowers in my garden. The day after they are planted
they go into 'transplant shock', and look like they're
dying for a few days until they become accustomed to
their new home. So I give them extra water and
Fear is the absence of light, it is that place in your
beliefs where you are disconnected from Source. You
think of fear in terms of an unknown future but it is
actually your hesitation to move forward into a
probable outcome based on a known past. You feel