“To discover the truth of our own vision, we must take action by remembering our tools and putting them to work”.
I was cleaning up the debris littering my computer area and ran across this quote that I’d written at the bottom of a piece of paper. Unfortunately, I didn’t write down whose quote it is. I wish I could claim ownership of it, but surely I didn’t come up with something so profound!! Finding this particular quote at this particular time is one of those synchronistic “the universe will show you the way if you stop being so freakin’ dense” moments.
The thing that struck me about this quote was the use of the word “tool”. Several years ago, I had gotten my Reiki II Degree which means I can practice distance reiki in addition to hands on healing. (I don’t claim to be a healer, but I can channel healing energy from the Source to the recipient or attune an object or place so that it emits healing energy.) One of the phrases that was used frequently in my classes was toolbox… “put this in your healing toolbox”.
I became fascinated with energy work, no, maybe obsessed is a more accurate word. I learned all kinds of alternative healing practices like EFT, chakra work, Therapeutic Touch, cutting cords, biofeedback, tons of stuff. I have a very impressive library of alternative healing books. After about two years of fun, learning, and healing, I got distracted with some really hard-core bumps in the road that led to a “black night of the soul” that lasted for four years. Dark times, dark times.
I started to emerge into the light again about five months ago.
When I look at my Etsy shop and see the category of the things that have sold there, the writing’s on the wall. I mean, come ON! How much of a sign do I need? I’ve only sold seven things there, but get this….five, FIVE of those seven things have been chakra and healing wall sculptures and paintings. Below is the latest one that sold.
I’m ready to buckle down and really solidify my focus and intention on the creation of art that can be used as a tool for healing and transformation. I’ve been doing that to an extent, but it’s been in and out, wax and wane, mexican jumping bean brain, just a cutting, no roots.
I believe I just sprouted roots. Live every moment with intention and awareness, no more mexican jumping bean brain.
Wake up, Laurie, be who you really are. And who would that be? A Lightworker.
Wow. Where did that come from? I had to look up the definition of lightworker to verify what it means. The following comes from a really awesome article by Doreen Virtue. To read the whole thing (it probably applies to many many people) click here:
“Lightworkers are those who volunteered, before birth, to help the planet and its population heal from the effects of fear. Each lightworker is here for a sacred purpose. Very often, however, life on earth with its material focus creates a form of amnesia in lightworkers. They then forget their divine and perfect identities, and also their abilities to miraculously help the earth and all living creatures. When lightworkers forget their true identity and purpose, they feel lost and afraid.”
I got some serious goosebumps when I read this article after writing this post. That usually means truth.
Fascinating place, this universe we live in.
Have a fantastic Sunday!