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Are You Too Sensitive?
As human beings, we are susceptible to a wide array of energies at any given moment. Some tear at our auric fields, while others mend them. As a species, we have created a society in which to survive, we must deny that which we are completely – vulnerable.
In the United States, it is a social norm that we do not cry in public. If we do, it must be under the following circumstances (we won’t get into gender roles in this article, but we will talk about them soon):
1. We are an infant or young child who needs to either sleep, be fed, or happens to be bleeding;
2. We must be in severe physical pain, which requires a visit to the ER or a hospital stay;
3. In moments of extreme duress, such as the sudden loss of a close loved one, but rarely is it acceptable to have a bout of sobbing over people outside of the immediate family;
Or the most common of all:
4. The silent cry when we are overwhelmed, happy, touched, sad, or a plethora of other feelings.
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Awakening Code Radio Appearance - 02.26.2014
I had a wonderful experience meeting host Eric Rankin from Awakening Code Radio out of Laguna Beach, CA, as well as the other beautiful spirits I was blessed to share space with. We talked about so many important aspects of spirituality and moving in the direction of a positive future as a collective, as well as individuals. I hope you enjoy this podcast as much as I enjoyed making it!
An Opus for the Hopeless
I cannot imagine your pain.
I have not lived within your body, nor have I felt the unique sensations you experience when you feel the cells of your body are betraying you.
I cannot say for certain what will happen in your immediate future, aside from the pain, loss, defamation, and cruelty you have grown accustomed to.
What I can do is share my story and extend a hand of hope.
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Today I experienced one of the most profound lessons I think I will ever learn – I will never be perfect. I was talking with one of the people I cherish most in the world, and I was so blessed by our exchange. This person came to me in love, to let me know I had hurt them. While I was upset with myself for having done, said, or engaged in anything that would hurt anyone, let alone someone I love so much, I was equally grateful for this being’s strength and love to stand up for themselves to let me know I was not doing my part as a friend.
This opened up a transformational dialogue that allowed me to understand how I could be a better partner in a loving platonic or romantic relationship, and how I could be a better version of myself.
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