Our physical bodies entire job is to assist us with our own unique mission. The troubles and triumphs we sometimes face with our bodies are part of that path. Patterns from both past and present lives will act as the mile markers in our lifetime, points to reflect from.
We also have the duty to humanly survive in this world, meaning we have certain requirements to sustain our lives. We go from the baby stage of crying to be fed, to the adult stage of earning a living to purchase our food. Our lives become busy and congested, and soon it becomes more and more difficult to stay in an authentic space.
Our cells will take note of this and react to the current state of life. If we have shifted far off course we will notice a strong physical manifestation developing within our selves. People often become more and more dependent on outside ways of returning to their earlier authentic selfs.
In many other cultures their spiritual paths and spiritual selves are just as important as the air that they take in. People honor, cherish and fight for the rights to have freedom of practice and self explorations. Witch doctors, shaman’s, mid-wife's, and others are praised for their work and expertise in their communities.
Sure people of these cultures may live in more simplistic ways. In fact many of us in the western world would view this as a life of poverty. The other side of that thought would be are we authentically bankrupted? Are we checking our mile markers and have we remained on course?
I was watching an old clip on Richard Alpert (Ram Dass) as he discussed the psychological implications of the LSD psychedelic experience. The conference was held at Foothill College where a panel was expressing that at that time only 1% of all LSD usage was for medical experimentation. It was pretty clear that the view points on LSD were rather negative and the panel representatives were rather conservative.
Ram Dass brought up the point of how many traumatic and shocking re-entries he personally had with the use of that drug. Even so Ram Dass continued to use this as an aid to shift himself into a different reality. I am not advocating the use of this or any other type of drug.
What I am suggesting is that people have gone to great lengths to find that something to bring them back to the authentic map. That socially we have lost sight of the importance with our inner workings and true missions.
There is a human need to have practice and ritual in our life. For thousands and thousands of years people have gathered for celebration, healing, and even death or the transition to . Those are times when people are finding strength in their practice or beliefs.
What would happen if people made this a practice in their daily life? What type of impact would that have in how they view their world?
People would have a sense of belonging and purpose. They may see the day just a bit brighter. Their energy and vitality would be strong and their ability to manifest and truly create their life would flow much easier. My hopes is that all of us take some time to reflect and connect to our authentic live.
Danielle work as a Psychic/Healer. She holds a Master Teacher Certificate in Usui Reiki. She is a meditation instructor, teaching both Walking and Sitting forms of meditation. Shamanic Drum Healings, Tarot and Crystal Ball Readings. Danielle is also an Ordained Minister, a Medium, and offers Spirit Circles.