Door after Door

Last night I dreamt I was walking through a house room by room. I had to go through each room to get to the next room because each room led to the next room. As I got to each room, there was a door between the rooms that was closed and I had to knock on the door to enter the next room. I didn’t know what was on the other side of the closed door. The house was like a museum. Each room and everything in the room was a different era – the wall paper, the TV, the furniture and in some rooms there was even human like / life size mannequins just sat or stood in certain positions as if they were doing something. I felt bored as I went through the house and eventually came out of the last door into a room that was an enclosed public swimming pool and I had somehow come out of the last room going from being dressed normally entering this swimming pool room with my swimming costume without actually physically getting changed – it was like a transition as simple as opening and closing the door between rooms. I went for a swim and as I came out of the pool, up the steps in the pool, it all changed again. I was now walking up some steps (similar to the steps outside Liverpool Lime street train station) that led to a huge ominous building like a head quarters of some kind. There were crowds of people and I was looking for my Alan and my dogs, Jake and Bella. I then woke up.

I believe this is basically representative of a spiritual journey I am on at the moment. I find it interesting that I wasn’t frightened at all. Going for a swim and changing so easily into a swimming costume, I feel highlightes how in touch I am with my own sub conscious. I love how sequences of the dream seem to blend into each other. I sometimes wish life was so easy.

What if?

I saw this question posted recently and I thought about how often we look back at things in the past and wonder how differently things could have or may have been. And then I thought that maybe they don’t need to be any other way than what they are?

The only thing that you can physically change now is now. There is no point worrying about the future because it hasn’t happened yet.

Then I thought how cool this would be as a Tarot spread – the “What if” spread. There are 4 cards and can be placed how you like – feel free (straight line; top, bottom, left and right – you get the idea)

So here it is:

Card one:

If there is something you have been thinking about like “What if” I had done this or done something a different way, ask the following question: How could it have worked out? Pull a card. (The idea of this is that what we think could have been better may not always be the case)

Card two (this card is optional so don’t use this position if it is not suitable for you):

In the present, how can you achieve what you want to achieve?

Card three:

How does what you want fit into your life right now? Are you there yet? Do you need to change anything and if yes, how prepared are you to change? (What advice is this card offering you?)

Card four:

In the future, how could you improve your chances of living your dream?

Working with Crystal Skulls and activating them

When finding a crystal skull to work with, it is a joint effort as the crystal skull also chooses you as their guardian. We feel attracted to a crystal skull because it has a vibration that we can resonate with and is compatible with our own unique vibration.

Being a keeper or guardian of a skull is a wonderful experience. They will fill your life with fun, healing and excitement, you may be guided to travel to certain places to meet like-minded people and to work with earth healing. They will enhance your spiritual development and will be great teachers. If you open your heart to your skull it will become a great friend and will share information and healing energy with you.

Here is a way of activating your new crystal skull:

  • Ground yourself as you feel fit and achieve a sense of safety and protection during this exercise.
  • Hold your crystal skull in your hand in front of your heart
  • Ask that the crystal skull be cleared of any old programming and that it works for the light for the highest good of all.
  • Send unconditional love and joy out to the crystal. Invite it to work with you in the future for healing and mediation.
  • If you wish you can chant to your crystal skull to raise your vibration.
  • Ask and set the intent that of being connected to your crystal skull as well as the consciousness of the crystal skull.
  • Sit in quiet contemplation for a while, at this point you may be given the name of your skull and trust the first thing that comes into your mind. If you do not hear the name, know that this will be revealed at the divine right time.
  • At the end of this activation, offer thanks to the skull.
  • Meditation with the skull can be done at any time and can follow the same path as this one mentioned here, changing what you expect to achieve accordingly.

You may feel drawn to any kind of Crystal Skull. All the different crystals have different qualities so learn about this.

Working with affirmations

 

An affirmation is a declaration that something is true.

When they are used positively, they can change the way you look at things, the way you feel about things (and yourself) as well as how you do things.

Normally, before people start using positive affirmations, they are already using negative ones without even realizing like:

  • I hate my job. I will always be stuck here. I am never going to be able to find another one.  
  • I am fat.
  • I am lonely.
  • I am unloved.

All of these are just as real as being able to use a positive affirmation and make things happen. The affirmations above can be changed for the positive:

  • I love my job. I enjoy what I do and I am good at what I do too.
  • I feel good about myself. I love exercising and following a good eating plan.
  • I have friends (even if you don’t – Have faith that the law of attraction is at work when you begin to use positivity).
  • I am loved.

It is important to remember that you cannot rely purely on thoughts alone; you must translate thoughts into words and eventually into actions in order to manifest your intentions. This means you have to be very careful with your words, choosing to speak only those which work towards your benefit and cultivate your highest good. Affirmations help purify your thoughts and restructure the dynamic of your brains so that you truly begin to think nothing is ever impossible. The word affirmation comes from the Latin affirmare, originally meaning “to make steady, strengthen.”

Here are 5 examples of affirmations:

1) I am the architect of my life; I build its foundation and choose its contents.

2) Today, I am brimming with energy and overflowing with joy.

3) My body is healthy; my mind is brilliant; my soul is tranquil.

4) I am superior to negative thoughts and low actions.

5) I have been given endless talents which I begin to utilize today.

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