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The Unknown Portals
We met again in meditation and ventured back to the “ocean planet”. After last night’s encounter, we had questions!
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Letting Go and Holding Space
Surrounded by darkness, moments on my journey, suffocated by fear. What will others think of me? Can I be honest? What should I share? What will happen if I talk about what I am experiencing? Will they run? Will they hold me safe while I feel what I have to feel? Am I a burden?
This transformation can lead them to a higher purpose or destiny than previously imagined. They are given the opportunity to heal themselves and then share what they have learned while making a lasting contribution to the world.
Just over 2 weeks ago, I participated in a weekend retreat to help women who experienced sexual violence come together and heal in nature. It’s a once-a-year type thing and is only open to clients who are actively seeking to deal with the past.
I’d like to introduce the newest member of my pack: his name is Shai (after the Egyptian God of Fate and Destiny). He was found on the side of the highway after his Momma was killed in a car accident. He is the only one of his litter to survive so he’s in for a life filled with love, cuddles, and playtime!
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So, I went to group therapy yesterday. I really don’t like the term “group”. It makes me think of mental patients sitting in a circle in the mental ward. I’m tempted to call it Hell’s Circle.
The Dread of Change
I’m finding myself dreading the experience. I was so pumped for the last two weeks to really get going on this journey but now that it’s on my doorstep, I’m feeling like I’m losing control.
I’m the most emotionally intelligent client my therapist has ever worked with…and she’s fascinated by me!
It’s been 10 days since I let go of my little kitty, Luna Belle. I keep feeling like I’m doing this balancing act of holding on, then letting go, then holding on, then letting go.
The Four Of Swords, The King’s Journey
We all need to clear our thoughts at times and get regrouped. That is sometimes easier said than done. The mind loves to circle around the same old concepts and worries, attitudes and beliefs. Our thoughts stack up like layers of clouds that fog our mind and thinking process. Some of these thoughts are beneficial and some not. We must learn the art of self-negotiation to become master of our own mind.
And my brain is such a pro at giving me situations that I need to worry about, but haven’t actually happened. My brain floods me with nasty things that people could possibly say, with uncomfortable situations that I’ll absolutely be forced into, with all the ways that I should feel unworthy, self-conscious, unsure.
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The Business Card
He would give someone their card, then run and find somewhere to hide. He’d then watch for their reaction, because ultimately they’d always smile. He kept saying that it made him feel so good to make others feel so good.
I asked Luna if we could cuddle a bit more because it was our last night together and she was so content just sitting on my lap, purring while we watched movies together.
I read about this spice called turmeric that’s supposed to be amazing not only for your skin, but for your body as well. So one night when I was feeling particularly adventurous, I went ahead and tried it.
I was given the Katy Kat mascara in Very Black, and the Katy Kat Matte Lipstick in Pink Paws.