Morning Meds; 12 11 22
Sometimes a persistent shadow can seem to be some kind of darkness and appear to be bigger than our lives.
When we shine a light on darkness it must dissolve.
When we shine a light on a shadow, we can see what cast it.
Often it is not evil, it is unresolved pains, fears and hurts.
When seen as an unresolved issue we become bigger than the issue at hand.
Light reveals the unseen so it can be dealt with.
Our core essence is pure light and as we contact it our light reveals the answers we need.
Morning Meds 12 9 22
As we as spiritual archaeologists dig through our past, the tombs of past events need not be continually revisited if all that was needed to be done energetically has been done.
Unnecessary digging in old graves can cause a stink.
Our visits to the past are often more for closure than for resurrections, although both are possible.
If an old find keeps surfacing despite our attempts to release it, then sometimes the energy beneath the find may need to be addressed.
The event may have been a symptom instead of a cause, usually once the cause is addressed the symptoms no longer linger.