As above, so below,
As within, so without.
When we retrace the origin of the word heal, we see its original meaning was “to make whole”. The word health originated from the same thread, meaning wholeness, holy and sacred.
Our modern understanding of health and healing are so far removed from this deeper understanding and importance of truly honouring, nurturing and nourishing our whole ourselves.
We are all on a journey of healing wounded our parts in this lifetime. Many wounded fragments of our whole selves are locked and lost in timelines, preventing us from being wholly expansive, empowered and connected in the present moment.
Many modern healing modalities look to heal only one aspect of the self, usually the physical body or the mind. This may work for part of our healing but not for it all as most of our pain and wounds are held deep within the cellular and energetic bodies. If we do not go deeper within the whole self and to the root of the matter, we will continue to perpetuate the same cycles of distortion, lack, limitation and separation.
The world around us thrives and benefits from our wounds, insecurities, vulnerabilities and disconnection from our whole and holy self. To take responsibility of our whole self, consciously and intentionally is a rebellious act and can have a major ripple effect in our life and for the wider collective. Many choose to stay stuck in the familiar disempowering and contracting cycles because they fear their truth more than their pain.
This healing can be confronting, demanding, liberating and joyous and everything in between. I do not believe we are here at this time to suffer and sacrifice ourselves in past pain, beliefs, fears or attachments that perpetuate disconnection with our whole self. I believe we are here to transmute and alchemise the fears and pains we meet in our lifetime, so we can fully express, embody and be empowered by our whole truth and essence.
You’re not lost, you’re being called home.