July 19, 2022
(Catching up from a year ago when this blog post began)
When I sit on the lanai in Hawaii, staring out at the swaying palm trees, I listen carefully to the messages of the wind, "welcome home".
I feel it. Hawaii has been home to "me" before and has been much apart of my journey in this life as well!
I felt this my first time I arrived here in Hawaii in 2017, when I came here for my healing journey. But I also realized while here in 2017 that Hawaii had been home to (me) in lifetimes before. What does that mean? Well, it means different things to different people, but no matter what, it is in me, being at home in Hawaii.
Like my book, each chapter of your life is part of the stages of the hero/heroine's journey. It is something that we all go through and the journey leads us all... "home".
If you’re in the midst of struggle or a “mountain”, take heart, for no matter what stage of life you are in, no matter what challenge you are going through, your soul knows, you are finding your way home. And what if "home", is simply the place you get to in life when you can see that ALL things are working out for your good. Where every challenge can be easily transformed into an opportunity, where every fear is easily turned into love.
The Heroine’s Journey is a tale of love. It’s a love story that many of us go through, of love and loss. It’s a tale of forgiveness, not only forgiving others, but forgiving myself for bad decisions, for mistakes along the way. The heroine’s Journey is most importantly a coming to the understanding of natural laws, universal laws, and the implications of violating these laws.
It’s kind of like what happens when you violate the law of gravity?? You either fall and get hurt or you break something of great significance. When we violate/break Natural law, we face the consequence. So, it may be good for you to understand the law of karma, the law of cause and effect, of reaping and sowing, as so stated in the Bible and the game of life.
But also know, as Spiritual infers in principle 8, the doorway to reformation is never closed here or hereafter.
So reader, whatever your story is, understand, you are writing it day by day. The pen, or wand is in your hand, and as you write/think/speak/sow, so too will you reap!
And when you do find yourself in a mistake or difficulty, simply do as ancient Hawaiians did, ho’oponopono, make things right and return to love.