“You have such a pretty face, if you lose some weight then all the boys will love you”
Isn’t it amazing how one throw away statement from someone you love can turn into a seed in your subconscious and set the foundation for your entire reality? I was told the above from a close family member when I was a teenager, at a time where I was incredibly insecure, desperate for love and trying to establish a sense of self and worthiness. Grabbing to this I started to believe that my love-ability as a soul was directly connected not only to my physical appearance and body but also that as a woman I needed validation from boys/men in order to be worthy of love. With that seed belief firmly in place it ran powerfully as a current through my life for years, disconnecting me from self-acceptance, true love, the power + pleasure of my feminine body + attracted in a string of painful experiences to reflect back that core belief. I know I am not alone in having such a destructive belief system, it is a symptom of our sick patriarchal culture + repression and distortion of the feminine. A wound that runs deep up both my mother + father line ancestral lineages.
My strongest intuitive senses are clairaudience (clear hearing), and clairsentience (clear feeling). When I place my hands on a clients body I can sense these “seed” belief systems. The body will whisper them to me like a mantra, I then feel the raw emotion that is locking that seed into place. The sets the foundation for the core of the work I do in my Soul Medicine sessions as I then use reiki, soul retrieval, toning and guide my client through other shamanic healing rituals so they are empowered to do soul gardening aka – reprogramming these core belief systems so they can remove the toxic rotten ones and plant loving seeds to reweave the tapestry and story of their lives.
Questioning your belief systems is so important. We live in a powerful time with the resurfacing of the wild feminine, the old patriarchal programs are falling away. We do this re-patterning individually and then those new seeds send a ripple through the collective x Sara