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Healing and Transformation

Healing and Transformation

We are Here to Love Each Other!

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Q: Why do I wake up some mornings feeling great, some mornings feeling like I had woken up to a nightmare?

If you’re feeling uncomfortable, awkward, or just plain horrible, this too shall pass. The seasons change quickly. The weather is always changing.

Like astrology, the elements are always moving around us, so we experience change as a constant.

The earth is moving around the solar system, revolving around the sun, and rotating on its axis, moving in multiple directions.

Sometimes it feels like bliss, sometimes it feels like ****. It is the nature of the universe.

We are also connected to the “collective.”

Jung was very connected to this idea, with his concept of the “collective unconscious”. It is real. In fact, it has been scientifically verified with other animals (who have the same)….they’ve done some fascinating studies on monkeys for instance.

We are all linked.

Just thinking about someone connects you with them, and their energy. You can easily start to tune into their feelings. This is because we are all connected, all part of one soul.

Connection to the elements is contagious, the more you do it the more you’re able to do it. We are triggered by our environment. This way we can be receptive to sadness, darkness, as well as light and happiness.

We have mood switch, that can shift our emotions in an instant. We can affect others simply and effectively. We are powerful harbingers for change in our environment.

That’s why –

We are here to love each other, serve each other, and uplift each other…

Love and light,

DAVID

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What do you think? Feel free to comment down below!
You are awesome as you are, and I love you!

And if you love me back, please click ‘share’ up at the top!

David G. Arenson ND, Australia’s Leading Soul-Coach – Spiritual Teacher and Energy Healer
Find out more about me: http://www.findshambhala.com

Inquire about arranging a retreat: http://www.mretreat.com

To send a question for Q&A with David, please email David – david@mretreat.com

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