There has been some serious clearing attached to this Lion’s Gate Portal. Some powerful energy attached to our heart centers that is coming up for many to be released. The human collective has been purging and letting go of some major energy. This has been coming up, causing a multitude of physical, mental and emotional effects for people. Either knowingly or unknowingly we are all experiencing this at some level within ourselves. We see this playing out in the microcosm of our lives and the macrocosm of society.
Some of the intense responses that could be coming up are…..
1. Doubtful – Many are questioning their purpose, the meaning of being here, their worthiness, why they picked a spiritual path. More personally, who they really are, is it worth it to continue on the path. I don’t have the answers, I don’t think anyone can tell you, only you can figure those out for yourself. And it doesn’t matter how much you pay them, this is something we discover in our own. Be patient, and be gentle with yourself.
2. Nervousness – There is an air of uncertainty that has been hanging around for a year and a half. There is so much information traveling through the mainstream media, social media. Our heads are spinning, questioning our decisions, questioning the future, we are totally unsure what is going to happen. That’s OK. No one knows the ultimate outcome. I can tell you, I don’t know what it looks like, it will probably be a rocky road ahead, but we are going to be ok no matter what. We have survived 100% of everything we have been through in our lives, and if it’s meant to be we will continue to be good. Keep doing you….don’t forget the kindness and compassion for everyone.
3. Lonely – It definitely is a personal journey. At our darkest hours we have the greatest opportunities to heal, rest, create. Being alone and being lonely are two separate things. If it’s lonely, then maybe it’s time to seek out some like minded souls to share some time with. Whether it is online or in person, if you are feeling called to find your tribe, then pop your head out and seek.
4. Depression – I see people falling into grief and looking back at the past. Longing for a life they used to have, old friends, past relationships. I have friends and family who suffer from depression. I see them struggling to keep a smile on their face. People with depression are very good at wearing a mask of happiness, being great actors and actresses. It probably hurts them more to make everyone think the are good, when all they really want to do is crawl in a hole. It is definitely painful to see them struggle.
5. Defensiveness – There is absolutely an increase in sensitivity to situations and conversations. In our attempt to be more and more inclusive we are watering down the magic of uniqueness. Not to be confused with individuality. People are outrageously outrageous right now. We cannot and should not look past differences that make us unique. Offended is becoming the norm, a need to defend and protect, when maybe its not even necessary. Egos are all twisted up right now.
6. Insecurity – Charles Bukowski wrote about intelligent people being full of doubt and stupid people being so sure of themselves. We all question our decisions, however, mis-takes are how we learn. If we were all perfect all the time we would never have any experiences that help us along our journey. Be messy, be real, say yes, do it. Do it all! Harm to none is a good way to figure out if it’s a good choice. Do it even if you’re scared, scared is sacred. Fear is the greatest teacher you will ever have. Be messy, but be real.
7. Unpredictable – An understatement for the next few years. Challenge yourself to get comfortable with change. Figure out if you’re fighting what is, or going with the flow. Not to say be passive when life blows up. Learn to take the surprises life puts in front of you with a grain of salt. You never know what will happen, you often can’t control it. Roll with it, be prepared, but let it flow as much as possible.
I’m not sure of anything these days. Going with the flow, trying some new things, staying in my own lane.
Many Blessings, Jenn