NOTE: This Blog is a continuation from Part I, Winds of Change. Click HERE to read Part I first.
PART II, Continued:
This was a large class, and I could hear a lot of excited chatter going on inside, and it was blocking the ability for them to hear me knock. Using whatever reserves of strength I could find within myself, I was able to heave open what I would deem to be the heaviest door ever built, and again called out for help.
Finally, my call was answered. My teacher heard my cries and immediately came to side. She helped me up off the floor and onto the bench that was placed inside the doorway. I shared what happened and she immediately placed her hands on my head and asked me to breathe. Everyone in the class were trying to get a peek at me to see what had happened. I remember looking into the eyes of my best friend, who also happened to be a nurse, and see the shock in her eyes as she looked at me. I knew I didn’t look good. She had lost all color in her face, and I knew I must’ve looked the same. I was in shock - and so was she.
It was my initial thought that someone would be taking me to the hospital, or an emergent care, where I would probably receive a neck brace and pills to ease the pain while I attended to yet another months long period of recuperation. Instead, I was guided to breathe into and through my body and out my feet while I received hands on healing support and instruction from my teacher.
As my teacher continued to hold my head, and I continued to breathe, my body would shake, convulse and quiver energy uncontrollably throughout my body... and I just allowed it. Eventually my legs became surprisingly calm, then my torso, and finally my arms. After 15 minutes, I became aware that I was taking up class time with my situation and felt embarrassed that I had robbed the other students of what they had come to receive from the class.
As I thanked my teacher for her knowledge and support, I shared that I felt good enough to go back to the class. She intuitively responded, “what about your neck?”. I was pleasantly surprised that she could tap in so easily and know what I was experiencing inside my body. Even though I felt re-anchored and my neck felt surprisingly strong, she was correct - there was still a little bit of soreness on the back side of my neck.
Yes, I could have continued with the breathing and completely healed my neck. Yet, truth is, I actually had thought of myself as a burden… not even realizing at that time what I gift my experience was presenting not only to myself, but the entire class as well.
I responded to my teacher that I felt that my situation was now manageable, and told her I was more worried about the blood that must be oozing out all over my head from the impact. She removed her hands away from my head, then used her fingers to see if there was any blood lingering in my hair. She couldn’t find any - not one drop of blood. I was so surprised! Having my head bounce on pavement like a ball would surely cause a huge bump, open wound, and as is with all head wounds, lots and lots of blood.
In fact, not only was there no blood, there was not even a bump. Not even a little one. My head was completely smooth, and there was not even a bruise to be found. Learning how to take the time to breathe myself back into my body and be able to heal myself was the “new” knowledge I had asked for. Yes I had support from my teacher - who also reminded me that she was only support, that “I” was the one who had done the work. Without my action to want to heal, it would not be able to happen. Without my action to believe I could heal myself, it would not be able to happen. Without my willingness to receive support from her, it would not be able to happen.
Just as I had stood up from the bench, my teacher’s husband looked directly at me and exclaimed, “What the hell did you ask for you today!?!”. I began to laugh as I remembered my almost demanding prayer to learn more of my abilities & gifts.
To me, this was the best answer to my prayer I could ever have asked for. It was so unexpected. So out of the ordinary. And what a gift!! To be able to experience first hand my own innate ability to heal myself. And this isn’t just a gift that I personally have… the message is that we ALL have this same ability. You really do have the ability to heal you! And yes, it’s absolutely okay to allow yourself to “receive” support from another during your healing. You don’t have to do it alone - unless you want to. It’s all choice.
One more note: Remember the dog? In retrospect, I am now able to see that the dog was aware of what was about to happen. Hence, the reason it was acting so strangely. Was the dog warning me? Maybe. Yet, what if I was able to hear the warning? Would I have been able to avoid the experience? Possibly. Yet if I did avoid it, would I have been able to receive such a deeply valuable gift in such a impactful way?
Finally, what about the slight pain I had in the back of my neck? Well to be honest, I was grateful for that too! That tiny bit of discomfort was the only proof I had the next day that what I experienced actually happened - that it wasn’t a dream. And the discomfort only lasted a few days.
Thankfully I had no conclusion as to what I would learn that evening. In fact, I didn’t know my prayer would be answered so quickly - or even at all. I literally had no attachment to the what, when, who, or how. For me… this was better then anything I could ever have imagined, and I am truly grateful for the learning experience.
THE UNIVERSE HAS OUR BACK
It’s true - the Universe does have our back! Once you decide to ‘let go and allow’ your request to arrive in the best form possible (even a possibility you may have never even thought of)… that’s when the true magic begins! If you don’t want your experience’s, lessons, etc. to be as forthcoming as mine, all you have to do is ask that your prayer be answered with ease, comfort, grace, and joy.
Remember, Jesus came and showed us through his own abilities what each and every one of us is able to achieve. Through our own divine connection, our own personal portal to God/Spirit/Universal Source, we can create anything we ask for. Jesus said, “this too you shall do, and even greater things then I.” So what (or who) are we waiting for? WE are the one’s we’ve been waiting for. Are you ready to believe in yourself? I know I believe in you!
It is my intention that by sharing these articles, that it may activate or expand your divine inner knowing, as well as provide you with a few tools you may wish to use while exploring the truth of who you really are, and what you are capable of.
Love, Gratitude & Blessings,
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