What is your Myth?
What is the story you live your life by – a story that has become a myth in your mind and which limits your ability to be who you really are and to be happy and fulfilled? Most of us, men and women alike, have at least one. And, an aspect of our earlier self which I will call the “magical child” is always involved.
A dear friend called for help the other day. Her energy was at an all-time low and she felt like she was wasting away. I told her I would “track” for her – a term I use to remotely tune-in and see what I could find – on all levels – to offer relief. I tuned into two earlier events in her life from which she was still suppressing emotions and I was told by my guides that this suppression of emotion was limiting her ability to assimilate proteins (she later told me that one of her homeopathic doctors had told her that protein assimilation had come up in his diagnosis,) thus explaining, to some degree, her radical weight loss.
She remembered one evening when she was nineteen being at a club with her first love. He was judgmental of her- of her free spirit – especially on the dance floor, so much so that he walked off and left her there. In her element, she continued to dance alone and was spotted by a foreign gentleman – there with his wife. They approached her and the wife loosely translated that her husband thought my friend had a raw talent which he could develop. (The wife also related to my friend that her husband was well- known in his field and had the capacity to help her.) However, trapped in her grief of the undermining boyfriend and her relationship to her own Father, who, while essentially loving and caring would administer corporal punishment when she didn’t behave as he wanted, she couldn’t even conceive of a different scenario, one where she was creatively supported and nurtured.
Actually, my friend couldn’t remember if this was one or two events. Either way, the symbiosis of the two incidents created her grief laden myth of limitation which essentially says, “I can’t express myself creatively and be in a loving relationship.” This myth has been a blueprint for most of her adult life.
More recently her struggle had increased and was exacerbated by the recent departure of the one woman she had befriended in her current living environment with whom she could relate creatively.
I suggested that she reconnect to that “magical child” who was still alive in her 19 year old self and, in her creative imagination, take an alternate journey within, one where she accepts the help of the “foreign gentleman,” and to see what happens, and more specifically, to experience how it feels. Either way it will begin to dismantle her myth and allow her universe/field to attract a difference set of life experiences.
I share this story because my own personal story is similar and I know the importance of dismantling our myths, our personal stories of limitation and self-denial.
What’s your myth?
I will add this – it is a challenge to clearly identify the myths because we have them so deeply buried. You may have an idea as to their voice and yet I stress the importance of getting clear – especially in these times. Friends, we have turned the corner on the path to Ascension. And because of this, one moment of clarity can manifest a miracle. A new “myth” can manifest a life where miracles are the norm. This I wish for you.
Allow me ( and my trusty pendulum ) to give you a guiding hand!
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My love enfolds you,