If you have had a session with me, or participated in an American Plains shamanic prayer, you're likely familiar with a phrase that goes something like this: "Help me to be a hollow bone." Being a hollow bone is a very good thing when working with Spirit. It means you are a vessel, a channel, a good conduit for the Great Mystery to bring forward its healing story. . .
One afternoon, while swinging, I noticed the unmistakable sensation of being watched. Turning my head, I saw a girl standing in the distance, next to a small, old cabin situated just beyond the trees. I wondered if she would come over and join me. Who could resist this amazing swing set? She stayed still though, and watched.. . .
My sense is that life is showing us belief is everything. From the state of our physical health, to the money in our bank account, to the harmony or tension in our relationships. What you believe about yourself and the world around you is inevitably projected onto the canvas of your experience, in one way or another. . .
Start wherever you like, shuffle around as much as you want. You can use each story as a focal point during a meditation session, or as a daily theme for extended contemplation. You can even use this compilation to check in with your soul’s higher perspective to receive a meaningful message or insight into a pertinent life issue or question. Randomly move through the pages and allow your intuition to tell you when to pause and read (like a tarot deck in book form).
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What is holding you back? Do you know? You may be doing all the right things: meditating; lighting candles and saying affirmations; charging crystals with intentions, etc. But, have you checked your rear view mirror lately? What part of you is still living an old reality with an outdated mindset? It is important to track yourself here because those previous states can create serious opposition to forward momentum. . .