One of the things we’ve noticed when channeling the Pathfinder Wolves is that their medicine works its magic on us. We recently sent the gorgeous wolf of peace “Yasu” off to a beautiful soul in the UK and his parting gift was that he definitely worked his magic here before he left:
“Yasu” – 安 – Peace “I am the wolf of Peace. My presence with you is a symbolic reminder that you hold the key to your own healing and that the path to inner peace begins with forgiveness of yourself and others.
I support you to know that whilst this road may feel rocky to journey, each instance of forgiveness melts away the cords that tie pain to your being so you may live in peace and harmony.”
Lately, for about a week I’d been waking at the same time every night, 2 am on the dot. If you’re accustomed to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) you may know that there is this concept of a body clock that tells us when each of our bodily organs is functioning optimally. There’s a great article on this here.
image credit: Holistic by Nature
The idea is that, depending on what time you wake each night you can tell which organ is out of balance. Each organ has an associated emotion (as well as other attributes such as a season and an element) and this gives quite a lot of insight in to what emotions need to be released/processed.
According to the TCM body clock, my 2am wakings were related to my Liver, which is associated with repressed anger or long standing resentment. I didn’t feel as though I was holding onto anger and resentment but perhaps that was just my ego not wanting to believe and clearly my body was telling me the contrary, so the next night when I awoke yet again at 2am I did something different.
I had a conversation (in my heart and mind) with every single person I could think of that I felt had ever hurt me or let me down or that I felt I had hurt or let down in my life thus far. I spoke with each person and gave or asked for forgiveness (whichever was appropriate) and then said at the end of every conversation, “I’m letting you and all of this (hurt, pain, guilt etc) go now”.
To be honest, some of these conversations were not easy, but Yasu had forewarned that this might be the case: “whilst this road may feel rocky to journey” he’d said, so I felt somewhat prepared and ultimately I knew in my soul that holding on to pain is only hurting myself over and over again and I’m done with all that.
When I awoke the next day, these two lines from Yasu’s medicine really hit home in a way they hadn’t before:
“You hold the key to your own healing and that the path to inner peace begins with forgiveness of yourself and others.
Each instance of forgiveness melts away the cords that tie pain to your being.”
I haven’t woken at 2am since then and I definitely feel like a releasing has happened and I thought “Thanks Yasu, I get it….I finally get it.” I absolutely don’t discount that I may need to do a lot more releasing going forward but I just wanted to share some personal experience.