Spread Your Wings

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When we finally move through a soul lesson, there comes a day when we notice that whatever we’ve been working on, isn’t with us any more. The anger we had toward a certain person has dissolved. The fear we had about a situation has left us. The worry we had about something in the future isn’t there. The shame we had about something has disbanded.

We were one way, wrapped up in our repetitive thoughts and emotional drama and hurt and blame… and then, suddenly it’s all gone away.

We’re just not there any more: we’re not in relationship to that person or situation or thought like that any more.

Sometimes we release it.

Sometimes we are cleared.

Sometimes we have been working on it so long, we grow past it.

As you move through life, you’ll experience these sticky things: anger, fear, worry, shame, guilt around people and events and situations in your life. Until one day, you’ll be moseying around doing something ordinary, and you’ll think of this sticky thing, and you’ll find… it’s not there any more.

It is gone.

You have worked through it.

You have moved past it.

You have let go.

There is no longer any emotional trigger! It is not there any more! And sing Hallelujah, for yet another soul lesson, moved through! We can get very far with our self awareness when we try.

There are soul stories with a long breath (decades and generations to complete) and we experience short soul stories. Some stories we inherit and others we create. Yet, when we allow, accept and do our part it will heal. You shall be free of the restrictions created by the experience.

This is wisdom working.

This is your soul singing.

This is Now.

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The Forever Full of More Place
Whatever Will Be | Jennifer Pepper | Sky Farm Readings

Whatever Will Be | Jennifer Pepper | Sky Farm Readings

 

 

 

 

 

 

Time to go, she stated
Go?
Where do we go?
Inside, she whispered
Now, is the time
to go Inside
The forever full of more place
Love.
Oh, the Inside sounds very nice,
how can we get there?
By letting go

– Jennifer Pepper