Teach To Value Earth, Life, Independence
Protect the Earth, value the moments in every day, family is what you make it, take good care of everyone and be strong, independent; these are some of the messages that came through for a client to best assist her in the life that she's in right now, exemplified from lifetimes as a Tyrannosaurus Rex during a time of climatic upheaval and as an indigenous woman whose family had been separated by colonists. She learned that she can expect communication from her guardian angels and soul family to come through nature, especially with visits from butterflies and dragonflies and that she has a unique affinity with water developed from longtime close associations and it will be of great benefit for her to be surrounded by water.
As a Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique practitioner, I'm always surprised by where the journey takes us. When we pull our Higher Selves, our essence that exists independent of our bodies, into the driver's seat, answers, gifts come in amazing, brilliant ways.
This client wasn't suffering from any particular malady, just feeling the pull to investigate.
Curiosity is the most common instigator nowadays as our soul families nudge us more strongly, present fantastic synchronicity in our paths that urges us to recognize the significance and follow our intuitions so that we can begin what each of us intended for this time and space; assimilation of our multi-dimensional awareness.
Life As A T-Rex
The scene opened with the client describing a barren environment; the dirt was red, mainly rocky terrain and high cliffs and rock ledges. There was only one tree.
She said she felt very big and strong. “I have claws. Four claws on my feet,” she said. “I have scales. I am tannish, orangeish. Very big. My head is large and heavy.”
She said she had a large chest, she was very strong. I asked her gender. “I am male,” she said.
As she described what she looked like, how she moved, it was as if her whole persona changed – became bigger, stronger as she related what it felt like to be in this body. Although her voice was still light, it carried a greater magnificence, a more commanding tone of speech.
He was concerned, said that things didn't feel right. There had many changes. He was thirsty, so I told him to go get a drink wherever he usually goes. He went to a stream and I told him to look into the water and he will be able to see himself clearly in the reflection of the water and be able to describe his features to me.
“I have yellow eyes. My skin is scaly.” He says that he is young, seems very proud of his appearance, his strength. I ask the usual questions to better identify the area and learn about his family, community.
“I am on Earth, feels like South America.”
We go back to the cave where he lives with his older sister. “We can't find food, we're hungry. We don't know what we'll do. Something sad is happening to the earth... I feel like it used to be a lot more green now it's more like a desert. We are struggling.”
He is sad that his parents never returned after there was a loud noise that frightened everyone and they all became separated. He does not know what happened and during our discussion, he determined that it sounded like it was most likely either that a meteor landed or a volcano erupted. The change was sudden and caused extreme devastation. We move back to a time before things changed.
His demeanor immediately went from morose and disoriented to happy.
“More of a forest, very tropical. More younger ones like me. There's my mom and my dad and I have seven brothers and sisters. We're in the forest.”
“Do you know what you're called? What your species is?”
“Dinosaurs. We walk on two feet but some walk on all four. There are different ones around us.”
“So this is a good area that you're in, you have a big family, big community.”
“Yes. There are trees, water.”
“We're going to move ahead, see what happened. There was a big change over the land and your parents had to leave and left you and your sister. Tell me what happened.”
“I feel like we heard a loud noise...Everything crashed.”
Life for him and his sister changed dramatically after that. Without their parents and siblings, they remained in the cave that they'd been raised in. Food became more scarce and then water. The earth became dark and cold. Eventually his sister couldn't walk and died. He left the cave, knowing that it wouldn't be long before he succumbed to the same fate as his sister. He wasn't afraid to die and welcomed the relief from the misery.
I asked him, reflecting on that life, what he'd learned, “To take care of what's around me. To appreciate every moment of life. Don't take for granted the earth, it can change.”
We moved on to a new scene. She described herself as an adult woman.
“I have very tan skin, long dark hair,” she said. On her hands and face are marks that she drew on herself in white paint. The markings represent sacred symbols of her tribe and were done in ceremony. She lives in a teepee with her husband and young son and newborn daughter. This is a good life. She is happy. They have plenty to eat, drink and she spends most of her time doing crafts; mainly bead work. Her job is to make shoes for everyone, a skill that she has learned from her family. She enjoys doing this and is very good at it.
We go to an important day and her face immediately clouds over and she looks distraught. White men with facial hair have come to the village on horses.
“I'm scared,” she says. Her husband is not there, she is trying to protect her son. Her daughter is on her back. “They only take the men. I'm screaming. They're using force. One man has a gun and he keeps pointing it at us.”
All the men are taken from their village and she never sees her son or her husband again.
“They think because we are women, that we won't survive. But we are gathering together. They took my son, my husband. Now it's just us women. We need to take care of each other.”
We move ahead, her daughter is now about seven years old. The women are doing well.
“We are walking to a cliff, we're hunting buffalo,” she said. They are still near the area where the original village was but have been in hiding. “We come out to get food. It's peaceful out there.”
“What do you hunt with? Do you have weapons?”
“Spears. Trying to hunt the buffalo, get them to go off the cliff. We had to learn.”
“Have others joined you?”
“No. We're learning how to do this. We are strong women. We have our daughters. One woman had a baby, a son. She was pregnant. She's my friend. She was pregnant when we were attacked. We have one son.”
“Are your grandmother, aunts around?”
“Yes. I feel like we've been just these women for a long time now. We've all become like family.”
We move ahead to another day and the women have been moved off the land and live in buildings. She doesn't like it, she feels confined. Her daughter is not with her.
“We are in a courthouse, I feel like we're trying to do something.”
“Why were you there? What are you trying to do?”
“They won't listen to us. They don't trust us, they don't listen to us. They keep saying no, we're wrong and we don't have the right to anything...There is only two of us (in the courthouse). We are trying to stick up for ourselves.”
“Are they going to arrest you?”
“I think they're going to put us somewhere. That's what they keep saying.”
We move ahead. She and all the women have been moved to a row of houses. She doesn't like it.
“There are people who are very angry.”
She lives there until she dies. She has a long life and is very old. Her daughter, her son-in-law and grandchildren come to be with her.
She is okay with dying, knows its her time to go. She feels satisfied that she was able to pass on her knowledge, wisdom, teachings.
Reflecting on that life, she said that she learned, “You have to fight for what you believe in, for what is around you. Family is what you make of it. Be strong. Do things yourself. It was all about taking care of everybody. We had everything taken away from us. We had to stay strong, stay together.”
We called on her higher self to come in, give a greater perspective of events and how they are relevant to the life that she's in now. I asked why they chose to present to her, the life of the Tyrannosaur.
“The earth. Sudden earth changes to go from abundance to scarcity...To protect the earth. To be mindful of how quick things change and to take care of the earth.”
It was a harsh lifetime to starve to death and lose all his family members, but also one of great strength and power as a Tyrannosaur and at a pivotal historic moment. We released all traumatic energies from that experience and kept what would be of great benefit to the client in her current life.
Life of the indigenous woman shown to her was meant to teach her independence.
“Do you feel that she is in a good position in her current lifetime with her relationships, career, the goals she set for herself?”
“Those lifetimes presented lessons that she can use that wisdom and strengths to incorporate into the life that she's in right now. We are thankful that you've shown those experiences to her. That was a brilliant way to show that. Is there anything more that you want her to know from her soul family, her guardian angels? Do they have any special messages for her?”
“That she is loved.”
“Does she have her guardian angels around her all the time?”
“Is there a special way they communicate to her?”
“In nature. Butterflies.”
“So sometimes if she's finding that she's feeling a little lonely, sad or upset, just reaching out to nature will help, right? And you will send her butterflies?”
“She's also had some unique experiences with dragonflies is that another way you communicate with her?”
“Is there anything in particular that she can do that would be especially good for her?”
“Be surrounded by water.”
A nice follow-up. First thing she saw when she came out of her session was something that had escaped her attention before we'd begun; a picture of butterflies. And the next morning her partner had a unique experience. A butterfly came fluttering, floating softly toward him, then landed on his arm and stayed there for a while. He said he'd never experienced anything like that before.
I consider myself very blessed and honored to be able to accompany people on these journeys. I learn along with the client when we visit these extraordinary places, and bring gifts of those experiences from lessons learned during lifetimes into the moment that is now. Anger, resentment, vengeance, although perhaps justifiable from a “victim” perspective in that moment are the only inhibitors of growth and “gifts” accessible only via experience. Ultimately, once a greater perspective is achieved, attachments from traumas are released and previously unimaginable strengths and wisdom are added to enable transit through a person's current vestibule.