Well, I am just now crawling out of bed, inspired by a greater understanding of my journey and my life path. My dental trip to Mexico seems so far away. This was a vast teaching on the power of commitment, leaping into faith, and a big payoff on all the work I have done over the last 30 years.
I was greatly weakened by the time I got to Mexico. A dear, dear friend picked me up in Phoenix and drove me to Yuma and stayed with me while I had all my work done. I knew I was going for my life in a big way, and will forever be grateful for the generosity of my friends.
Just a side note, I had been utterly terrified of dentists for years, and I was in the dental chair for 27 hours with just Novocaine and Ibuprofen. I definitely had many moments to face my greatest fears. And I found my forever dentist. One of the moments that nudged me through my fears was the love this young man had when he did his work. I had many abbesses, 5 root canals, a bridge. My thymus bruised, and by the time I returned home, all I could do was rest and sleep. After 6 weeks on antibiotics, I came off and began using my beloved plant medicine, and today, 2 1/12 weeks later I am able to work an energetic 3 hours a day. I am doing lots of visualizations, prayers, and hear my body's signals with greater understanding. I am lucky to be alive.
Right before I left a friend told me of several conversations she had where students asked why my work (so powerful) wasn't it working for me. That was a recurring conversation I had for many years, and it is no longer. I am here because of my work and my commitment to live. Also healing inter generational trauma is hard work.
I returned from Mexico a much gentler task master. I am so excited to share my insights into the consciousness of disease and the magic of facing my greatest fears. Living the power of commitment and healing the good/bad, right/wrong approach to blocks and disease. more tomorrow. Namaste, and for those who supported me in prayers and deeds, I am eternally grateful.