While clearing my Chakras, I found a fear stuck in my energies.
Fear of Not being worthy of creating the desires of my Heart
I don't mean ALL. ANY.
They were right there, churning in the Sacral, Solar Plexus and Heart
Not in a big way, but I could feel the ouchies. Years of
clearing...still in there...a tiny bit.
Many of you might be feeling this
Hidden away, unnoticed;
As your friend who "keeps it real" but you can no longer afford to
buy the lies she's selling;
Spring is coming! Can
you feel it? Sleeplessness. Restlessness. A thousand ideas entering your mind all at
once until you feel completely muddled. You
might not feel quite ready to act on these notions, but creativity is awakening
As energy begins to surge through the Earth, our Bodies’
energies begin to reflect this movement.
The flowers of spring are not yet in bloom, but the soil is thinking
about it. The reserves built up during
the dormant winter months will be put to use soon.
In December, Nature begins to slow down into a lull and then
into a long Winter’s Sleep: The leaves
have fallen from the trees, the Harvest is complete, and the Earth rests. These should all be cues for us to follow
suit. Winter can be a time of
celebration and of quiet reflection, but if we are not careful to listen to our
own Natural Rhythms, it can also be a time of sickness.
During winter months, your Body will demand the rest it
needs, whether or not you choose to provide it willingly.
An ‘Active Memory’ has an emotional charge to it, eliciting
a physical response that is so ingrained that it feels like a natural reaction,
but it is not. Many of these memories are stored in the limbic (emotional)
brain and the amygdala from a young age and since there is no memory of a
different reaction, a ‘natural’ reaction is assumed. But when the underlying
cause is discovered, the memory that is causing this deep-rooted reaction is
often not pleasant, which is why it has been hidden from one’s awareness.
Fall is such an awesome time of year, with its cool breezes
and bright landscapes. Nature gives us
one last celebration of color before going to sleep for the winter. Fall is also a time that can try our immune
systems: adjustments to changes in fluctuating temperatures, rain and blooms
that incite allergies to re-awaken and the emotions tied to the winds of
With the onslaught of fall, sleep patterns may be affected. The hours of daylight become less, giving way
to more time in darkness, encouraging us to get more sleep.