The human experience has been characterized by fear and suffering and we all have blood on our hands. Yet, in order to enter better and higher timelines, we have to forgive ourselves to cut the ties to the past.
After I cleared some of my own traumas, that blocked my view, I realized that our religious beliefs are tampered with by lower entities to keep us from facing our darkest shadows.
Another healing session with the lady revealed dark traumas, represented as old metal chains. After their transmutation, I received a vision of anchors being reeled in so that our illuminated boats can sail to new horizons.
Regardless of how dangerous COVID actually is, I am certain that the worst virus is fear, which cuts off our divine connection so that we only look for external solutions, condemning us to repeat the same vicious cycles forever. The antidote to fear is unconditional love, which is the strongest force of healing in this universe.
To truly reach divine relationships, we need to reconnect to the infinite love of God by loving ourselves unconditionally, overcoming our childhood traumas by facing them courageously and by focusing on beauty and the practice of gratitude on a daily basis.
To help the tender little plant of unconditional love to blossom, we can apply the virtues of trust, continuity, discipline, acceptance, forgiveness, mercy and detachment.
I came to realize that only if we truly reach the highest levels of self-love, we can unconditionally love other people around us.
Despite thinking that I had already overcome my issues regarding romantic relationships, an extremely challenging situation forced me to go inwards and reflect deeply about it again.
In a guided session with my favorite shaman, I was going back into a past life, to face one of the deepest traumatic experiences in my father’s bloodline.
A mysterious series of events forced me to question all that I’ve been taught and to ask the fundamental question: What is love?