Nature. We can’t heal in the same toxic environment in which we absorbed and took on the disease. It’s like trying to stay sober at a St. Patrick’s Day party. There’s nothing to attach to. It’s simply a mismatch and we will continually be in conflict, never in flow. We must heal in an environment that supports healing, where we can hear our deepest truth. An environment that embodies the wholeness we are remembering, recreating, re-absorbing in ourselves. That speaks to our True Nature.
This is chrysalis work, it restores us to our original blueprint. It cannot be done within the same soup that reinforces something completely different. It cannot be done at warp speed. It is an intentional dismantling of that cultural soup. It requires a cultural context that reinforces and supports and lives this deeper truth. It requires nature.
This energetic webbing is everywhere. And, even within the webbing, I am still free.
I release at all. It is not mine to carry. It is the web of life, longing to be free. It is the web of life that longs to be free, not me. That yearning, that barrier, it is not mine to carry. It is the energy of life that longs to be free. I release it all now, and return it to itself. I have faithfully carried it to here, now, this point at which it longs to return to itself. I release it all now, with honor for all. I release it all now, Back to itself.
All the invisible webs, all around. All the shackles on the inside. They long for each other, I was simply the host. I really see it all now. May the healing begin. Feel with the heart into that energy, into the energy of the web and the webs. And then gently release. All the webs that are not mine to carry. It is the maya, the illusion. All the energy that is not mine to carry. It’s OK, let it go. It can handle it. I cannot. I can no longer handle carrying this energy. It belongs to the energy of life, and it needs it. I do not.
When we see the web of interconnected life all around us, and also see that we are free within it, we see that nature wants back anything that is not ours to carry. All those layers, all those beliefs, all those barriers, in a way that I do not understand but can only feel, nature wants them back.
All that stirred energy is life calling it back, calling itself back. Ready to receive. Like a lizard shedding its skin, but on the inside. Shedding those internal energy layers.
Stop fighting for that on the outside which can only be found on the inside.
I cannot interpret for another what any of this means, I can only faithfully express what is revealed in these woods and in my true nature. Whatever its unique meaning is to a reader, is for you, to hear. I bless you on your journey and discovery. I honor the same in my own.
Norma Van Horn