Preparing for Great Change


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Photo by Leah Schroeder

These words have been brewing for a bit waiting to be released in written form.  I don’t know what will emerge as I open myself to allow my thoughts to flow.

I mentioned a few months ago, feeling like I am in a process of birthing.  I have more clarity surrounding that process now. There is a big wave of change coming and I am preparing.   I could say it will be and already is a significantly defining moment in my life. I feel that within every fibre of my being.

I have spent the past month and a half engaged in some deep self-healing/transformation and have more to come in the next few months.  I have been having visions of important actions for me to take over the next while to bring closure to this phase of my life so I can move forward freely into the next.  I am fully committed to this process, not holding back any longer.  I am no longer waiting for certain things in my life to line up, or other people to let go, so that I can go forward.

There has been some grieving through this process as I acknowledged the transition to Spirit one of my mentors, a woman who has had a great impact on my life.  She will continue to have a presence and significance in my life as I move forward.  There are other forms of grief being processed within me as I release attachment to roles I have played in order to make space for the new.

In the last few weeks there have been a few events happening around me that have been in my thoughts.  I am not sure exactly how it fits into my process at the moment, but I have been able to observe without attachment.  Something that would have triggered me in the past brought to my awareness compassion and empathy.  I was very aware that I was no longer angry and wasn’t even interested in going there when others attempted to pull me into it.

When I began to feel the deep pain of the situation, instead of reacting to it, I chose to spend some time in meditation, sending love to all those involved.  It brought to my awareness that the most important thing for me to do in that moment was to shift my energy.  Doing so brought me a sense of peace.  Everyone involved had lessons to learn, including me as the observer.  I am grateful for this new level of awareness.  I feel somehow this is an important part of the process I am in the middle of.

I have an awareness that the karmic lessons of my life are showing themselves once more to challenge me to move through them.  Instead of feeling powerless, I embrace my power and create space for my light to shine through.  I embrace the expression of the Divine that I am.  I am shedding the old layers I have carried and blossoming into a new way of being and living.

As I write this, I bring my awareness to the beauty of life that surrounds me: the plants that I have been gifted to care for lined up in front of my window, all the trees out my front window that create a magnificent canopy over the road and house along the street that I live on.  I enjoyed an afternoon at the lake a few days ago, feeling surrounded by the coolness of the water and aware of the majestic sky carrying amazing cloud formations.  Life is really magical when I observe what surrounds me.

Every moment I experience is an incredible blessing.  I am grateful for the lessons, for the continuous challenge to shift my consciousness, raise my vibration, and support others as they do the same.  I am grateful to be at a place in my life where I can step fully into my divine calling, completely surrendering and trusting the road will reveal itself as I continue to take steps forward, and knowing that I am fully surrounded and supported in the process.

Blessings to you.

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Honouring My Sisters – Reflecting On Where I Am Five Years Later


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Five years have flown by since this blog first began.  So many things have shifted over that time for each of us on a personal level and also for the collective.  There have been many times over the past five years when I felt I was in a birthing canal, with a new or more authentic version of myself emerging.

Once again I am in the space of birthing.  I am listening to my soul’s calling, diving deeper.  The last few months have been challenging and uncomfortable, and yet, I keep putting one foot in front of the other.  I am cocooning, distancing myself from what others want from me, slowly breaking the chains of old contracts and the old self, at times gasping for air and fighting for my freedom.  And then, I let go and allow myself to move in flow with the waves of intense energy flooding in.  I am learning to follow the song of my inner voice. I am shedding the old paradigm, sitting in the in-between space as the metamorphosis takes place until I am ready to emerge on the other side, completely transformed.

I have glimpses of what is coming and where I will go, but the picture is not fully formed yet.  I am okay with not knowing what that looks like.  I surrender to the river that is carrying me forward.  I trust this river to hold me, to support me, and to lead me closer to the essence of who I am and to the core of my divine calling.

I am blessed to have so many amazing women in my life.  There are those who have been in my life for many years.  There are a few that have come into my life in the last short while to assist me with this shift I am in the midst of,  and for us to support each other and share in work we are being called to do.  They are my soul sisters, my mothers, the midwives supporting me through this birthing process I am moving through, my teachers, and those I have had the gift of passing on what I have learned. I, in turn, have the opportunity to serve in the same way for them.

I send love and gratitude to you, for your presence here, and your place in my life, as we continue to lift each other up, and together raise the vibration of the planet and shift the consciousness of humanity. Blessings to you. Namaste.

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Holding Space with Love and Compassion


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This morning, shortly after this November Super-moon was at her fullest, I woke with my heart being flooded with grief.  The grief that flowed up from my heart was both personal and that of the collective consciousness.  This grief called me to bring forth all the love and compassion I can carry for myself, for those close to me who are grieving and struggling, and for all of humanity and the earth.

The last while has been a time for me to go inward.  Space has been created for me to use this time to recharge and store up my batteries for the work that lies ahead.  It has been a time to look at the parts of myself that still need healing; the parts where I have been in judgement of myself or those around me; the parts where I have failed to stand strongly in my light to empower myself and in turn those I interact with; where I have failed to fully and deeply love myself, and allow that love to flow out to those around me who need it the most.  Today, I love all of those parts of myself.

I spent some time in the woods yesterday.  It was an opportunity for some nature therapy and time to refuel.  As I was walking beside a small lake, a doe emerged out of the woods, grazing in the tall grass beside the path.  She was oblivious to my presence there.  My eyes were drawn to a point further along the path, where a large buck appeared and moved toward me.  As the doe walked towards the edge of the water to drink and continue grazing, the buck came closer, standing between the doe and the path.  He took a solid stance, strong and confident.  We watched each other for a few moments, neither of us moving.  When the buck heard someone coming from the other direction, the two of them bolted into the woods.  After the person passed me, the buck appeared to me again.  We moved parallel to each other for a short time until he crossed my path and disappeared into the woods on the other side of me.

There was a gift and a message for me in this brief encounter.  As I reflect on this and the energy that has been building over the past few months, again both personally and collectively, I look further into what their appearance might mean for me.

The doe exemplified the divine feminine, representing love, nourishment, surrender, connection.  The buck represented the divine masculine, demonstrating authority, protection and strength.  Together, they moved in harmony with each other and their surroundings.  I feel drawn to bring into balance both aspects within myself and my relationships.

This morning, as I was feeling the grief emerging, I allowed myself to sit with those feelings briefly and then moved into a time of meditation and ceremony.  The energy of this full moon is bringing in a new strength and resolve with in me.  The grief is replaced with a powerful, deep love and compassion.

I am being called at this time to hold space.  A definition of this, presented to me a couple of weeks ago, is as follows:  “It means that we are willing to walk alongside another person in whatever journey they’re on without judging them, making them feel inadequate, trying to fix them, or trying to impact the outcome. When we hold space for other people, we open our hearts, offer unconditional support, and let go of judgement and control”.

As more light pours in and wells up inside us to bring our gifts out into the world, subconscious beliefs come to the surface to be healed.  Like a wound, sometimes it looks worse before it looks better.  Sometimes we repeat old patterns if we aren’t willing or ready to release those beliefs or karmic imprints and move through them.  This is happening both on individual and collective levels.  We are at a crossroads and have a choice as to how we move forward.

So in this moment I choose, filled with the love of the divine, completely surrounded and supported with the light of love, to act as a vessel, holding space both for those closest in my life and for all of humanity.  I send out prayers of love and compassion to the people in my life who are struggling.  I send out prayers of love to all those gathered at and supporting the people of Standing Rock, who are called there to protect the water and teach us to walk in harmony with the earth.  I send out prayers of love and gratitude to the water and to the earth.  I send out prayers and love to all parts of the world where there is conflict.  I send prayers and love to all those living in fear or pain.  I send out prayers and love to world leaders and the systems that have created imbalance in our world.  As the unraveling begins, I send out prayers and love to carry the whole as a new consciousness and way of walking on this earth emerges.  I dig deep within to draw upon all the strength and power of the sacred feminine, to fill myself up with as much love as my being is able to contain and pour out from me.

In meditation today, words of trust and patience were presented to me.  I surrender and trust that whatever happens from this point forward will be in the highest good for all.  I invite you to join me in holding space and sending out love and compassion.  The larger the vessel we create together, the stronger that love will ripple out to raise the vibration of the collective consciousness, to heal and shift humanity.

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Let Your Light Shine


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The longest night has passed and more light is coming in as we move towards the Full Moon which falls on Christmas Day this year. This has been a powerful year and the energy continues to build as we move towards its end.

Every Full Moon and New Moon this year have been powerful times of releasing old energy and those things which no longer serve us. This has been happening within each of us whether we are conscious of it or not. It has been happening on a larger global scale as well.

Reflecting on some recent past events, here in Canada we had a significant federal election a few months ago. There was a last “fight” to hold on by the strong masculine power base and a hugely profound energetic shift on Election Day as that old energy was released to make way for the divine feminine; an energy of connection and collaboration. This energetic shift was felt not only here in Canada, but rippled around the world. The light continues to flow in as actions are being taken to build relationships, particularly with indigenous people to create space for healing and to move forward in a new way.

Even more recently, we can reflect on the events that happened in Paris. Although there are still those that want to stir up fear and hate and the illusion of separateness, there was an outpouring of love and compassion. There was also recognition that this was not the only event that happened at that time and the love spread to other areas of the world where people lost their lives.

Some have stirred up fear of welcoming and embracing Syrian refugees, and felt we shouldn’t welcome them into our countries. Once again more have responded with love and compassion to look beyond ourselves and open our doors and our hearts to these people who so desperately need a safe place to live. As the first refugees arrived they were greeted with joy and open arms, welcoming them to their new home.

With some of these global events, there has been a backlash against Muslim people. They have feared for their safety, even here in North America. Again, people have come together in various ways to show love and compassion. Examples of this are stories of people offering to walk Muslim women and children to school to protect them from bullying, communities visiting local mosques to show solidarity, and I am sure there are many other examples.

I feel that more and more we are moving towards recognizing our connection to each other. We may have different beliefs, cultural practising, skin colour, but at our core we are all spiritual beings, connected to and a part of one source that goes by whatever name one chooses to call it. As we have different organs and systems that make up our physical body, we all have our place within the body of humanity. Humanity has its place along with the plant and animal life of the planet along with the living systems of the land and water, to make up the body of the Earth. The Earth, along with the other planets and the Sun make up the body of the solar system. The solar system is part of the body of the Galaxy, and the Galaxy along with other galaxies is part of the Universe. In turn, all aspects of ourselves and our place in the Universe are reflections of, or expressions of, God, Creator, Universal Consciousness, or Source Energy – whatever name you choose to identify with. So we all matter and are all connected.

As we look within and release the old energy, it is time for us to allow our inner light to shine and step fully into our divine calling. The Full Moon on Christmas with families coming together will likely be an intense and possibly challenging time for many. I believe there will also be a greater flow of light coming in to assist all of us with our shift in consciousness. It is the Christ Consciousness of love and peace.

Look within to the dark places and the shadows within yourself. Shine light on those places and surround them with love. See your entire being fill with love and peace. Allow love and peace to be what flows out from you to those around you, and create space to share your light with others. That light will ripple out and spread as you share it. It is time to shine.

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A Call to Rise


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White Buffalo Woman – picture by Sophia Rose

The Daily Sisterhood Blog began out of a call for women to come together, to connect women around the world in a space of transformation and healing.  I have been processing a number of challenges this week that lead me to put out the call once again for women, for humanity, to rise.

I will clarify that I am only beginning to learn about some deeper systemic issues that are happening both here in Canada and around the world.  I am choosing to look at it from a spiritual standpoint and respond in a spiritual way.

I have, as written often before, been involved with organizing the Mother Earth Gathering Womyn of All Nations, which also brings women together in a space of love, oneness and healing.  I have also been collaborating over the past several months with my close friend and founder of this gathering, to bring together women for a series of Sacred Womyn Workshops.  Our intention is to teach about ancient indigenous traditions to reawaken the sacredness in all women and teach about bringing our world back into balance.  My role has been to talk about this from an energetic standpoint about the greater influence of the energy our thoughts and emotions carry.

I discovered a few articles this week on workingwithoneness.org that really struck a chord with me.  Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee and Anat Vaughan-Lee  write about the importance, or better, necessity of reclaiming the sacred feminine both for our own spirituality and to heal the earth and bring life back into balance.

Women have this connection within us.  The cycles of our bodies are linked to the cycles of the moon and to life.  It is through the woman that spirit is brought into the physical.  Whether we have given birth to a child or not, all women have that within.  It is the spiritual connection to all of life. Men also need to be brought into the circle of this connection to the sacred feminine.  It is the balance of the masculine and feminine that is the balance of all of life.

In the last few weeks the importance of empowering people and particularly women has been at the forefront of my thoughts.  A few weeks ago my close friend’s grandson was removed from her daughter and placed with a local First Nations Child and Family Services agency.  Her daughter needs support and healing.  My close friend has been working tirelessly to be granted custody of her grandson.  What the system preaches is that the best interests of the child are always the highest priority.  The truth is quite a different story.

In this particular case, which is only one in a large number of similar cases, no effort has been made to place the child with suitable family.  The choices made are from a place of fear, ego, control, and I believe have more to do with money than the well being of the children.  It has been suggested that it is a form of human trafficking.  The system is broken.

Please understand, there are many good people who work within these organizations that truly care about the people they are there to serve and want to make a positive difference.  This is a larger systemic issue.

In the case of my friend, many people have written letters to the agency in question, to support her in having her grandson placed into her care.  It looked like it would be a matter of days before he would be returned to her care, when the organization continued to stall.  A few days ago, she was told he would not be placed in her care.  Spirit told her something different.

Many indigenous families face these kinds of circumstances.  They feel defeated and powerless when their children are taken from them.  Not enough is being done to support them and provide them with the tools to prevent these situations.  My friend is an indigenous woman.  She is a strong, spiritual woman who lives her life according to Spiritual Law.  She is powerful and has a strong circle of women and supportive men surrounding her.  I saw in my mind an image of a large circle of women surrounding her and her grandson and lifting him up high.  He is a child destined for greatness. My friend and her grandson are not victims.

One could take the position of going to court to fight this.  However, as women – as sacred women, who teach other women about their sacredness and work to empower other women, we recognize a different response is required.  We recognize that the actions we take have to come from Spirit – from a place of love.

The organization in question, and others like them, has lost their connection to Spirit.  My friend was even told to leave her spirituality out of it, but it has everything to do with spirituality.  Acting from a place of love is acting from Spirit.

We understand that on a deeper level this situation is not different from many things people are experiencing on the earth at this time.  It is all part of the greater shift in consciousness.  How we choose to respond to this is significant to our part in raising the consciousness of humanity and healing the planet.

We are bringing together people to join us in ceremony and prayer.   My friend is preparing to undertake a Hunger Strike on behalf of all women and children around the world.  We are calling upon the strength and courage of women around the world to come together and reclaim the sacred essence of our being and bring humanity and the earth back into balance.  This is the time to rise!

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Love, Joy and Peace


Photo by Leah Schroeder

Photo by Leah Schroeder

In the news, and through social media, I see so many people talking about fighting. We go to war with people of differing beliefs or who have what we want. We fight for our rights, for land, for water. We fight against the things we don’t want to see in our world. We fight against oil pipelines, big corporations, and the government. We fight against GMO’s, for or against vaccinations, use of pesticides, global warming. We battle cancer, we fight for a cure. We battle with our weight, our appearance and self-image, depression. We fight to hold onto what we think we don’t want to lose.

As we are fighting all these things in the world around us, we carry that energy within. We hold onto anger and resentment towards others. It is like razor sharp shards of glass being ripped through our bodies as we hold that negative energy. And we wonder why we get sick. We wonder why we are developing allergies and food intolerances and cancer. We wonder why, when we continue to fight, it seems that there are more of these things we are fighting.

I have had many people come into my life to teach me to love myself and to open my heart. I don’t know if I really understood this until I got involved in planning the Mother Earth Gathering Womyn of All Nations, this spring. At the forefront of all of our planning discussions, was the understanding of our connection to each other, to the earth, water, and to Spirit. We understood that it was important for us to hold an intention of love in order for healing to happen on all levels. We talked about learning to love and honour ourselves and each other. The love energy that was created in this single event was powerful beyond measure. I am in awe of this every time I think of it.

A short time ago one of my cousins passed away very suddenly. When I think of her, I picture a woman who radiated love. Her family is one of the closest families I know of. Her relationship with her husband and children was filled with love and joy. She loved God. She shared her love, compassion and kindness with everyone she came in contact with. Is there a greater legacy to leave behind than a life filled with so much love?

I recently participated in a Global Peace Meditation. There will be several more this year, as people around the globe come together to meditate. The message prior to the meditation talked about finding peace within, in order for peace to happen outside ourselves. Being at peace and connecting with others holding the same energy vibration around the world was so powerful. As with peace, as we learn to love ourselves, that love will be reflected outward and shift the energy far beyond our understanding.

I have been doing my best to continue to hold the vibration of love created at the Gathering in June. I chose to spend my summer in a place that supports this energy vibration. I look around me and see the beauty of the Earth. I find joy in simple things like walking barefoot in the grass. I feel so much love for the deer I see almost every day. I stop and greet them as I walk by during the day. I find so much joy in these regular encounters. I put my hands on the Earth yesterday to send love to the turtle eggs buried in the yard. I was surprised at the warmth radiating from the soil over the eggs. It was beautiful!

I hold love and gratitude for the friendships I have developed in the past year or so. There are so many amazing, beautiful people that have lifted me up and share this beautiful energy.

When we shift to hold love, joy, and peace, within every fibre of our being that is when the world will change. That is when the Earth and the Water will heal and return to being in balance. That is when we will heal. Some say, we need to do this or that before we can get there. I believe, all that is necessary is to focus on love and joy and peace. First within, and then let that flow out. That is all. There is nothing more powerful.

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What Does It Mean to Meditate?


Meditation can be practiced in many different ways and means many things to many people. Being present, being conscious, being in the Now…lots of buzz words and catchy phrases being thrown around lately and it can all sound quite ethereal and lofty. Put simply though all it really means is Pay Attention!

So as an adult with what I’m pretty sure is undiagnosed A.D.D that also is no simple task. For the longest time I thought meditation was something that took a lot of effort and required a laundry list of pre-requisites to be accomplished first. I would walk around the house and mark off a mental checklist. Incense? Yes. Low lighting? Yes. Absolute quiet with no chance of being interrupted for several minutes? Check. Then I would agonize over which of my several meditation CD’s I would use for that particular occasion and sit down in my best pretzel like posture and begin the arduous process of trying to quiet my mind and begin the process that would assure me complete peace and enlightenment.

Let me just say that trying to quiet an A.D.D. brain is next to impossible. It is like driving through New York City or Las Vegas at night and struggling to only see what is happening in the car and not the bright lights and flashing billboards all around you. And the more I set the process of meditation up on this unattainable pedestal, the more I could feel victimized by my distractibility, and the less I really could quiet my mind at all. At best I could be aware of the constant influx of thoughts and at least remember the thoughts were separate from the spirit and I could be grateful for that little bit of success.

But then I realized that getting to a “No Mind” state didn’t have to be spent sweeping away a constant stream of random ideas. All I really needed to be able to do is to be completely aware of being in my body. I CAN pay very specific attention to my breath without changing it. I CAN feel my heartbeat, my pulse steadily beating thoughout my body. I can be vigilant in paying attention to the minute details of the present moment and not allow myself to get caught up in what happened before that moment or what might happen next.

I CAN just breathe and feel the energy from the earth flooding in and out. And I can just BE.

If I can do that, anyone can. It’s not rocket science, I promise. And if you do that enough, it gets easier to not get caught up in stuff that doesn’t matter.

It gets easier to see the forest AND each tree.

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I am a 42 year old mother of 3, living in Florida with my partner and youngest child. Like the mythological phoenix, I have been reborn out of the ashes of my former way of life and have, for the last several years, set out on an exploration of self expression through visual art and creative writing. I am immensely grateful to feel a part of every living thing in existence and the emergence of a growing evolution of consciousness within and throughout. I am interested in all aspects of energy healing and spiritual transformation and have just recently become a student of Reiki. I understand there is always a choice and I try to choose love over fear at every turn. I am grateful for all of the other women in this group and for their ever present support and guidance. Jennifer Bothast

 

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