Saturday, January 19

A Shamanic Journey

Today I leave on what I am calling a shamanic journey. There are many different kinds of shamanic journeys. They can be traveling through spiritual or physical realms or a combination of the two. This one for me is paying attention to the flow of Divine Energy and practicing gaining balance in my life.

On a shamanic journey, one follows the flow of Energy, paying attention to when the Energy is stagnant and when it gives life. Example: My decision to leave AZ was based on the facts that there was no movement of energy for me. Nothing had opened up; not housing, job or relationship. Oh yes, I had places to stay, was making money and I had friends, but nothing has popped up to say this is where to stay for now. 

On a shamanic journey or vision quest, one needs to be flexible and willing to change with the flow of energy. One is on assignment from a Higher Power (God) and goes where they are drawn even when it doesn't make any sense.

On a shamanic journey, you are on a need to know basis. You don't always get to know why you're going where you are or who you'll meet  on your way, whose life will touch yours and whose life you will touch, you simply trust the little voices in your heart and not the ones in your head, resting assured that you are exactly where you are supposed to be! 

I'll be in Huntington Beach for this first leg of my trip, helping my friend remodel her one bedroom apartment, practicing balance, a little bit of work, a little bit of self-care and a little bit of Evolve to Live. 

And so I'm back, embracing change, living from my 22"suitcase and backpack, but now with my new Nissan Sentra, I have my healing table.

And in the shamanic tradition, paying attention to the signs of support, the last two songs that shuffle through my Boze iPod before leaving are...Calling All Angels and On the Road Again...I smile with acknowledgment and gratitude to have been called and having the courage to let go, trust and receive.

Thank you all for your love, support, encouragement, listening ear, friendship and generosity!

Remember to Embrace Change: Adventure is Out There!
Looking forward to seeing you On The Road! 

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