Each time you move — to a new location, a new place to live, a new job, a new relationship — it requires an adjustment time; a time to rediscover yourself. “Who am I in this new situation? What does this new place have to teach me?”
Our world is changing so quickly. Each day when we awaken, we have no idea what this new day will bring. We may feel fear, uncertainty, loneliness, or a feeling of displacement.
So many people I have been speaking to recently have told me that they feel frightened by what is happening in the world, and in the U.S. If you have been feeling lost lately, know that you are not alone.
As a professional intuitive and remote viewer, I am finding that the need to maintain objectivity, faith, optimism, and most importantly, CLARITY … is more important now than it has ever been in my life.
The question is, how do we achieve a sense of peace when confusion and negativity surround us?
I believe the answers lie in the practice of quiet contemplation and excursions out in to nature. With so much commercialism and technology bombarding our senses at every turn, we have to try a lot harder to get away from the hustle and bustle and find a place of solitude and beauty.
This morning, Jim and I walked out the West gate on our recently purchased acreage out into the national forest. We climbed up a gentle slope and eventually ended up on a ridge where the mountain views were breathtaking.
We each found a rock on which to sit, and shifting into a comfortable position, we began to meditate in the shade of a Juniper tree.
Looking straight ahead of where I sat, I noticed that there were millions of tiny strings of webs on each tree, glistening with a rainbow of colors in the sunlight.
Then, for the first time in my life, I noticed that the wind was literally singing… in several musical tones. One puff of wind would zoom past us to the right with a certain melody. The next gentle burst would zoom to our left singing a totally different tune. It was magical.
They say that New Mexico is the Land of Enchantment. At that moment, I realized that this enchanting place would allow me to release all that is not truly me from my outer shell, revealing what is left: the true me, within. I want to become simpler, like the earth. Letting go of needless attachments, I wish my spirit to be lighter and therefore, more clear than ever before.
These thoughts made me wonder if I can live here without wanting to feel a sense of ownership, as though one could ever possess the earth? Especially when our time here on Earth is so transitory, so fleeting.
I have a knowing…that the more we release our tight grip on that which we so badly want to possess, the more transparent we become… the closer we are to Becoming One with All That Is.