Wandering alone, shedding identitis like a snake sheds its skin and having meetings with others so deep it startles you.
Understand the power of being connected to kindreds.
As you are creating a bridge to the new paradigm with your eyes closed, your heart energy field expanded and third eye wide open, kindred souls will meet you unexplainably along the way.
Some are here to ground the energy, others to elevate the frequency you are expanding.
Each of them a catalyst to your soulgrowth and breaking new ground for humanity.
We come together through remembering an agreement that is beyond reasonable explanation.
A concious merging of the field that has always been there, hidden behind the mind's constructions.
Let the field beyond the reasonable mind call you in.
And have you follow invisble threads to the ones you need to meet.
They may be in body and some of them might come to you in your most intimate moments in the form of light energy and natures wisdom.
And please don not undersesitimate the strength of simplicity.
Whatever you feel called to add to the table might come with the greatest ease. So much ease, the mind becomes suspicious of its enoughness.
Know that this ease is delibirate. To be easily shared with those you meet on the path.
Let yourself be lifted by the kindreds you encounter.
And allow your mind to be of service to the medicine that streams from your soul into this density. So that you can add to the collective in your own sweet, fierce, simple, confrontational, healing, shaking, loving and groundbreaking way.
Be open to your kindred family.
You'll remember how to connect to them, when you create the time to be silent and listen in.
That e-mail saved in your drafts to send to that 'stranger', just becayse you feel you two should meet without any expectations? Send it.
That person you feel like embracing or give a gift without any explanation? Open your arms to them.
Burn that candle. Say that prayer. Let them in. Send out that invitation.
Contact. Connect. Merge.
Feel your worth and meet me in the field beyond.
Art by: Carrie Hilgert - click on image to visit her website