Hopefully this will be the last trip to the tooth fairy for at least 6 months. I am definitely getting better and am feeling greatly relieved.
It was so interesting yesterday. We had no electricity or internet for 9 hours. I am not sure I liked how lost I felt without technology or a way of working on the internet. Massive interrupt and a time of reflection.
I can remember this story about 30 years ago about a woman who was multiple personality. In one personality she had late stage cancer, and in another personality she showed no symptoms. This story has followed me for 30 years in my inquiry into transformation. I have looked deeply and tried a bunch of things to hit that space, and not sure I had much success until this year.
I have had pleurisy 4-5 times over the last 7 years, and it is very painful and usually puts me horizontal for days. After my last trip to Mexico with all the infections I had a bout with pleurisy. The most interesting thing happened. I went "no biggie" took 2 Aleve and kept going. The next day I was well. This might sound odd, and for me this was a huge victory. The first awareness I had hit the space of switching how I was perceiving disease and that I was turning a big corner with my health. One victory will lead to many. I know it. This along with the awareness that all disease is consciousness, and manifests because some need is not being met with the inner child/non-conscious self.
This trip, although intense borders on a mystical experience for me. Being able to identify a component of my unmet needs, and beginning to address them with priority and have them work with gains of energy, just feels liberating. I have been working on this for ages, and I have tried many new approaches.
Using this to deal with my current challenges and have the doors open to possibilities and new choices is such a relief.
I worked on a treasured dear friend returning home. She requested some energy work. She asked and she received. She found herself at a place of choice and it was very disconcerting for her to face the possibility her physical challenges could fall away. Before I left I met a wonderful couple and during our conversation we were talking about healing and she said she wasn't sure if she wanted to get well. It scared her.
I had to look at my own experience with my physical issues. Is it possible all these challenges are a way I managed the unknown and had not taken the time to build self trust? Food for thought.