Life & Death
In November 2017 my father decided to leave this world and since then I am in a deep process of life and I would like to share what I have just found in my laptop.
A little introduction first. Thanks to my beloved friend Thelki, I discovered that my animal guide is the Eagle, according to the shamanic medicine. She also explained me how to go to the lower world with my animal guide in a meditative state.
I am a skeptical personal by nature, but luckily I am also very open to the unknown therefore I need to experience myself whether it works or not.
During the year, I played with it and I was amazed how much wisdom the unconscious can bring.
The beginning of the trip is very often the same: it is sunset and I fly on the top or together with the eagle. We usually see a cliff touched by the calm sea water, then we enter into a tree hole. All the sudden I am in the space with stars and planets, we float there for a while and and magically we enter into a black hole.
And the story I want to share is this one:
We start walking through a forest with high trees and life is everywhere: colorful flowers, insects of different kind and the green leaves give us a bit of shadow from the sun.
Suddenly a beautiful lady appears in the middle of the forest, she looks like an Asian goddess, her hair and clothes are floating in the air.
She is shining, it seems that she is herself a sweet light bathing all the surrounding.
She is smiling at me, very tender, very maternal and I feel I trust her.
As I am very curious I ask her: "Who are you?"
and she simply replies:“I am the death”
At first I am a bit shocked but then I understand.
She start talking: ”I am the death, I allow the transformation of all the beings in different form . Don`t be scared because there is nothing to be worried about. "
The story that I wrote almost an year ago, it touched me deeply, amazingly moved by my own inner world and I am grateful that it came across right now. I start feeling more connection by simply allowing it, therefore I need to be super slow to be more receptive and give myself the time that I need to flourish. It is true: behind the sadness, there is joy!