All posts tagged: forgiveness

When you heal, we all feel it!

Are you finding that your usual ‘go to’ list of self care/self soothing things just isn’t cutting it? Perhaps you’re experiencing health issues (either new or old) bubbling up or childhood wounds and issues from the past are being triggered? If you’ve been experiencing some pretty dense heavy energy of late or any/all of the above, then please know that you aren’t alone! There are a couple of things that we have been feeling into that have been working in tandem creating a sort of *double whammy* energy effect on many of us. Firstly, the dense energy that many of us are feeling is the fear, uncertainty, hatred and negativity which has been dislodged from the riverbed of the collective consciousness and is now floating on the surface in full glaring view. This dredge (that was conveniently settled on the bottom of the riverbed out of view for many years before) has risen to the surface in every area of human life and, as a result, can no longer be ignored which, despite being a good thing in our view …

Soul Medicine for Heart Centred Living

Heart Centred Living is about manifesting the life you desire by living life from your heart space which is the part of us that is connected to Source. We all have an open channel to Source (if we tune in) to consciously communicate what we wish to manifest in our lives by matching our energetic vibration to the vibration of what we desire. One of the main challenges for us (and likely many others) in manifesting what we wish to experience, is that it’s so easy for the daily *must do’s*  and *distractions* of life to dominate our minds and emotions and leave us in our head space rather than our heart space. Because of this, we wanted to create a soul medicine tool to use daily, which would help bring us back to our heart space because we believe changing the world outside of ourselves begins with changing the world inside of ourselves. The Soul Medicine for Heart Centred Living Affirmation: We created a simple, yet powerful, affirmation around which we could build a simple daily ritual to help us start each day from a …

Peace begins with me

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 …

100% Responsibility

Recently, a beautiful friend of mine gave me an article which posed the question: “What would the world look like if everybody took 100% responsibility for everything within their realm of experience?” On first posing myself this question my inner voice arced up immediately and indignantly: “Don’t be silly Anna, remember how you have an over-inflated sense of responsibility as it is…how can you possibly take responsibility for what other people do! You’re only responsible for yourself!” Logically speaking that voice was making complete sense, because how can we possibly hold ourselves responsible for everyone and everything merely because it is in our sphere of awareness, but then another little inner voice said quietly, “but we’re all one and this is our collective creation“. As a note of caution here, I think it’s important to clarify the difference between: taking 100% responsibility for what goes on inside of you vs feeling responsible for how other people feel. These two things are very different because the former is about self-love and healing yourself whilst the latter is about not being differentiated from others and wanting …