The Power of Affirmations

July 2015 (308)

Hello beautiful beings of light and love,

I have so much to share… where to begin? And… what to leave out?

First of all, I am a lover of summer! I am beside myself when the weather begins to shift and I haven’t absorbed all the vitamin D to last me through the winter. Once I feel satiated I welcome apple season with open arms. July is my most favorite, FAVORITE month of all. It simply feels so full – the trees are plush with their clothes of leaves, flowers, Oh My… FLOWERS are everywhere with their scent permeating my soul. The earth is incredibly full of healing waters from June rains, long luscious days, clear summer night, OMG; I could just rant and rave about summer soothing July. Above all, to me, July just feels like a full moon for 31 days, in the magical sense of course.

This past July my husband John and I were blessed to spend the whole month in the woods and on the waters of Maine. For the most part, our phones were off, no computers, no movies (we opted not to have cable in our home), nothing but us and nature. It was the most amazing retreat. Truly, I only had one meltdown and that was closer to the end of the month when I realized my 35th class reunion was the weekend we would return back to civilization. This particular evening while preparing for sleep, I took a long good looked at myself in the camp mirror… a smile crept in as my hair was in total chaos, LOTS of bug bites EVERYWHERE, and my toes needed something, anything… You know how it goes when you’re meeting up with classmates you haven’t seen in what feels like forever. So, I turned on my phone, took a selfie and sent a text message to my bestie just hoping she was still up. She was – Thank the heavens!

My text: “Okay! I think I’ve had about as much fun as I can handle…. I’m getting woods queer.OMG! I need a long hot shower, a flat iron, and a pedicure….”

Her reply: “LOL! This is too funny! Come back to civilization my friend! Hehe. You need some girlfriend time and NO BUGS!”

Then of course she made me laugh until I almost wet my pants. I love girlfriends and I love her! It made the rest of my time in the woods even more special.

Friends are simply AMAZING!

Talking about friends I want to share this amazing story with you that actually happened to one of my friends. Here’s the short version. Before I left for the woods she and I got together and she told me about her adventure in the 100 Mile Wilderness. For those of you who don’t know what this is, it’s the last 100 miles of the Appalachian Trail ending on Mt. Katahdin, Baxter State Park. My friend and her partner dedicated 10 miles a day for 10 days – easy peezy for these two nature loving souls.

It was one of those rainy and wet days that June months are noted for. Not long after the trip began, and without an option to turn back, my friend slipped on a wet rock and down she went. With one leg behind her and the other in an awkward position she thought to herself “This can’t be good”. A quick assessment and knew instantly that she had seriously sprained her ankle, and yet very thankful she hadn’t broken a bone or two. With pain that was piercing through her body, the trip had come to a halt. No problem… only 95 more miles to go. YIKES! She felt horrible, physically and emotionally. As the swelling began, her partner acted swiftly by getting the tent set up and providing her with fluids and something to eat. Here’s where the real story begins. In preparing her pack frame for the trip, keeping it light, she told herself that she could only take one book and so she better make it a book that would come in handy for the just in case moments. Did I mention that my friend is a very logical and practical woman, whom I admire for her strength, endurance, aliveness with adventure – is also a Registered Nurse? No, hmm… Anyway, the book she packed was Louise Hay’s book “Heal Your Body”, a thin little soft blue book that is filled with positive affirmations to help heal your body and your life. In these moments where there was no possible way she could walk, she settled into the tent and perused the book for the perfect affirmation to begin the healing.

Here in the woods, she and her partner laid low for the rest of the day, her in a bad way, repeating Louise Hay’s affirmation, and he being the care giver providing physical and emotional support. By morning she was determined (really with no choice) to set out on the trail. The two knew they had to hike at least 10 miles a day to reach their goal within 10 days. The hike was slow going and she continued the affirmation. They hiked 7 hours that day. 10 hours the next day, and the third day 14 hours… Her ankle was by far healed and now the other compensating leg was taking on some strain. Not the greatest vacation she’d ever been on but here in the woods and waters of Maine where they hiked for miles, seeing no one, limited conversation, eyes staying mostly glued to a trail that was far less than perfect, with one affirmation leading to another, giving her hope, courage and strength to walk on, she was healing more than just her body, she was her life as well. Of course I’m not doing her AMAZING story a lot of justice. When she shared the story with me, I was simply in awe. My friend is the real story teller, with many fabulous details and expression. “The Power of Affirmations” really got her through some trying tough times on her trip. Although it wasn’t a vacation filled with material bling, she would agree it was one of the most life altering vacations she’d been on.

Now, it’s my turn to pack for my month long adventure in the Maine woods. What book do you think I chose? Yep, you got it. And it was the best book I could’ve chosen.

Depending on the circumstance, I too went from one affirmation to another.

Here’s a few:

Bug Bites: “I am free of all irritations. All is well.”

Bruises: “I love and cherish myself. I am kind and gentle with me. All is well.”

Insomnia: “I lovingly release the day and slip into peaceful sleep, knowing tomorrow will take care of itself.”elf.”

Working with affirmations professionally has been a tradition for me, yet, like the shoe maker, I rarely brought it home and into my life. Today affirmations are flowing personally and professionally, and I’m ever so thankful for the “100 Mile Wilderness” experience via proxy.

My own affirmations seem to morph when shifts are made and into what makes my energy flow ever so beautifully, filled with my own strength and confidence.

“I love who I am. I adore the woman I have become. I respect my choices and decisions that support my journey. I trust the flow of life. I am safe. I am safe to be fully present in my physical body.”

This affirmation is so empowering to me. I feel my heart open wide and my feet tingle as I connect with the physical side of being present here on earth.

My friend gave me a gentle reminder of how powerful affirmations are for each of us. She is the force behind this blog. Thank you!

I truly encourage you to create an affirmation that is equally empowering and designed for you. It’s just so yummy.

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A Journey to a Midlife Confrontation with self


602644_483457711674435_304719427_nby Tami Rogers, RMT, CHt.


“Midlife endings and beginnings” create new chapters in the lives of many women; letting go of a job or working even harder, ending relationships or beginning new ones, ushering grown children out the door or caring for elderly parents, for some women, like me, grand-parenting has become a part of their lives. It appears to me that for many women the fifties in particular seem to be a decade where life as we knew it gets all shaken up and becomes the fertile void, a phrase coined by Gestalt therapist Ilana Rubenfeld, which means the inevitable stage in any journey of transformation.


Transformation… this is the word I like to remind myself of when referring to energy known as “hot flashes”. Susun Weed likes to refer to transformation as “Waves of Energy”, words I do my best to remind myself of when experiencing this face flushing, sweat beading, damp shimmering event where in my dreams these waves of energy come, go, and take with it the menses that began moons ago. But for me, in real time it’s been a process that’s been going on for well over a year and even though I’m hopeful as well as fearful in the letting go, I seek to make peace with the renovations taking place within. Naturally, I have a tendency to bundle with a sweater, a blanket, and warm socks that when these waves of heat began I welcomed the warmth and didn’t give much attention to this newly found warming sensation. As the energy began to increase in intensity and became more than just warm hands and feet I started to take a closer look as to where it began and where it ended. Sleepless nights, blankets on, blankets off, blankets on again, busy mind, and too dark to see, I began to listen and feel the flow of this heating energy as it moved through my body beginning slowly at my thighs working upwards towards my face; expanding, increasing, intensifying, peaking, then receding, slowing, and waning.  Night after night becoming increasingly aware and allowing the flow I realized this energy had a pattern similar to labor pains; flow, peak, and wane with a beginning and an ending but without the pain and energy of working towards giving birth.  “Giving birth, giving birth, giving birth…” became the mantra of my busy mind. Then the manta shifted to “I am giving birth… but not to another. I am giving birth to myself!” The process of the flow, peak, and wane is to give birth. I am giving birth to myself, to me. With each wave and flow of energy I am a step closer to releasing the menses process and giving birth to self… I am in transformation! How amazing is this thought? To me, very exciting! With these electrifying thoughts pervading my heart and soul I began to take a closer look at how I can help myself move into my second adulthood with grace.


My first step toward grace is knowledge that I am not alone in the process.  I am blessed to have an understanding husband, who enjoys continuous laughter and as to where we might find things in our home; milk in the dresser draw and socks in the refrigerator – metaphorically speaking of course! (Then again…) I am sanctified with a great team of friends, gifted practitioners, and two fabulous Naturopathic doctors right at my fingertips. This knowing brings solace in that I am supported by such good, kind and caring people along my journey.


Being in grace for me is not a goal to be attained, but to live in every day and I do this by reminding myself that moment by moment, breath by breath I am free to choose how I respond to others, or I ask myself can I stay right here right now with what is? Can I feel my own feelings? And, most importantly; how shall I act on this thought, this emotion? By letting go of the space between what’s ended and what is yet to begin I open myself up to the opportunity to what is now. Perhaps this space, in the wild-borderlands of my soul’s journey I am beginning to trust my own inner compass to guide me onward.


I may not be able to create a “How-To” list for happiness and grace for the next chapter of my life, but here’s a recipe to work with, develop, and become a chef in my own life by using the ingredients I already have in my pantry.


To pause


Be quiet


Turn inward


Turn my attention from what’s missing in my life to what’s present


Don’t rush the process. Move slowly and deliberately in this new phase


Be still and go deep


Let old layers shed, old defenses dropped, old demons confronted – the only way out is through


Stop striving, judging and doubting, and experience the peace of being present to whatever is actually happening.


Cultivate the wide-open, limitless gifts of attention and acceptance


Allow transformation to take place


Be sculpted, renewed, changed


Remember Joseph Campbell’s words “The purpose of the journey is compassion”


The task is to let the change happen…


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Boosting Your Immune System With Reiki



It’s that time of the year and as we enter winter, seasonal ailments such as colds and flus become more common.  In their attempt to fend off the increased presence of bacteria and viruses, our body’s immune systems can quickly become taxed. Help reinforce your body’s natural healing capacity this year with a few techniques for self-help and with several Reiki sessions from a qualified practitioner.

Tami Rogers, RMT, CHt.

Reiki is a non-invasive healing system for:

  • stress reduction
  • relaxation
  • spiritual growth
  • enhancing immune function
  • healing and increasing physical energy
  • and much more

Reiki is also a form of healing that works on four levels: 

  • physical
  • mental
  • emotional
  • spiritual


For the past few years, there have been a number of talks and concerns surrounding Reiki as a complementary form of medicine.  This can be expected knowing that this approach to treatment is completely different from what mainstream medicine has to offer. But the good news is that there are now a growing number of studies and data that suggest the effectiveness of Reiki as an alternative medical treatment or in conjunction with a treatment already in place. The studies are diverse and the results are numerous. But one thing is happening in all these developments – Reiki is starting to get acceptance as an effective alternative form of treatment.

The Reiki healing system, founded by Dr. Mikao Usui, draws on Divine universal life force energy. This energy is known by various names, Ki, Chi, Prana, etc. and flows through all living things. Reiki is a conduit to channel Ki Energy which circulates throughout the universe and connects us to everything. Our physical body is alive because ‘life force energy’ flows through it. If our life force is weak or blocked, we are more likely to get sick, but if it is high and free flowing, we more able to maintain health and a feeling of well-being.

When a Reiki practitioners connects as the conduit with this inherent Ki healing energy the practitioners enables this to enter a person’s body and go straight to the cause of their illness. The energy aids the body’s innate ability to regulate and restore itself to a state of peace and calmness, while bringing in balance and well-being. When this balance is achieved, overall physical health is improved and healing can occur.

One thing that disrupts and weakens the flow of ‘life force energy’ is stress. STRESS – YIKES… something we all seem to have. Stress comes about when conflicting thoughts and feelings get wedged in the body’s subtle energy system. Stress is also the root of many illnesses and diseases such as heart disease, which is the leading cause of death in the United States, digestive disorders, respiratory issues, skin problems, and diabetes. The American Institute of Stress estimates that 75%-95% of all visits to doctors are the results of reaction to stress, an average component of about 80% of minor to major health concerns; pain, illness and disease are caused by stress!  Hormones released during the stress response also interfere with sleep, damage brain areas critical to memory formation, and age our cells.  Continued stress through worry, fear, anger, distrust, etc, are just a few thoughts and feelings that can block the body’s natural ability to repair, restore, regenerate and revive itself into well-being.

Stress and White Blood Cells

“It is our immune system’s “job” to help us avoid infections and disease. The immune system relies on a healthy supply of white blood cells. Stress, as well as lack of exercise and nutrients, can reduce or weaken our white blood cell count. We have choices regarding our level of exercise, and the foods we select, but it is more challenging to manage the stressors in our life. Reiki aids the body in releasing stress and tension by creating deep relaxation and medical studies have shown that Reiki goes beyond simple relaxation. Reiki boosts the strength of white blood cells.” – L.S. Gaia

When done regularly, Reiki serves as a preventative measure by helping maintain the immune system at best possible levels. It does this by stabilizing and, when needed, increasing the bodies white blood cell count. White blood cells are the cells of the immune system that aids the body in defending against germs and infectious diseases such as colds, sore throats, and the dreaded influenza. Whenever a germ or infection enters the body, the WBCs snap to attention and race toward the scene of the crime surrounding and devouring the germs and any last remaining microorganisms will be showered with antibodies. WBCs are always on the look-out for an invasion in the body and when they are low the WBCs have to work beyond abilities, overtime without pay, to protect and serve. Low white blood cells mean a higher risk for germs to settle into the body. However, once stress is removed, an exercise program in place and eating healthy foods that provide the best possible nutrients WBC levels will return to normal and able to shield the body from intruding germs with vigor.

The Science behind the effects of Reiki and the Immune System

Several studies have been done by researchers on the effects that Reiki has on the immune system. The First Reiki study involved 45 healthy people who were divided into 3 groups of 15 in each group.

  • No Treatment Group
  • Reiki Treatment Group
  • Placebo treatment group that was facilitated by a person without any knowledge of Reiki, but simply mimic the style of the Reiki practitioner so that the participants in the group would think they were experiencing a Reiki session.

In order to measure the effects the researchers came up with their own measures that would let them measure the functions of the nervous system. The team recorded and measured the cardiac vagal tone; a physiological index of emotion, arousal, stress, breathing activity and the heart beat. In order to have a point of comparison, the values before and after were recorded and compared. Based on the values recorded, it was found out that the diastolic blood pressure and the heart rate decreased for those people in the group that received the actual Reiki session from an experienced Reiki practitioner. There was a significant quantitative difference in the measurements, compared to the No Treatment and Placebo groups.

Another study done at the Helfgott Research Institute (Hodsdon, W., Mendenhall, E., Green, R., Kates-Chinnoy,S., Wacker, E, & Zwickey, H. “The Effect of Reiki on the Immune System”. Helfgott Research Institute at the National College of Naturopathic Medicine, Portland, Oregon, USA) proved that the positive effects of Reiki upon the immune system can be scientifically measured. Patients who received Reiki experienced enhanced white and red blood cell counts. Patients who were in control groups experienced very little change.

This study looked at the effects of Reiki on the white cell blood counts of volunteers, who were also placed in 3 groups.

  • Those who received Reiki
  • Those who relaxed
  • Those who neither received Reiki nor relaxed

Blood was drawn before the treatment, immediately after the treatment and four hours later. This study showed that the immune system was enhanced by increasing the number of WBCs for those who received Reiki.

Also, I’d like to add in the study done by medical doctor Otelia Bengssten, M.D., who conducted an experiment with 79 sick patients. These people were diagnosed with a number of diseases and illnesses, illnesses such as multiple endocrine disorders, pancreatitis, emphysema, congestive heart failure, rheumatoid arthritis, and brain tumors. In order to test the effect of Reiki, 46 of the patients underwent Reiki treatment, and the other 33 were used as the control. Those who were treated with Reiki showed significant increase in hemoglobin values. In short, through Reiki session, patients showed signs of recovery.

In the early 1980’s the frequency of trained healer’s hands were measured by Dr. John Zimmerman, (University of Colorado School of Medicine in Denver), using a SQUID (Superconducting Quantum

Interference Device) and found the surrounding bio-magnetic field of trained healers hands vibrated at alpha and theta wave ranges compared to the hands of non-healers.

When a healer places their hands on the chakra associated with the thymus gland, the gland becomes activated because it wants to match the bio-magnetic frequency of the healer’s hands, hence stimulating the unproductive chakra and gland to induce healthy frequencies increasing the body’s immune function.

The best part about the science research behind Reiki and in each of the experiments listed here is that healers can produce actual biological improvements in the clients they treat rather than simply create a feeling of well-being.

For the immune system to function well, it requires balance and harmony. Reiki energy acts as a catalyst to boost the immune systems by reducing stress and bringing about peace, calm, and well-being. Reiki can also be used to stimulate the thymus gland by the practitioner focusing on the chakra associated with this gland and springing it into action.

Stimulating the thymus gland (located in the upper chest in an area between the heart and the throat) is important to immune function. The chakra associated with the thymus gland, exists between the heart chakra and the throat chakra and helps to move life force energy through the thymus gland, the brain of the body’s immune system and is responsible for the production of T-Cells that regulate the immune system. Remember it is a system that works together and not just a single entity.

Thymus Gland Functions

Male thymus anatomy

  • Involvement of the flow of lymph throughout the body
  • Monitoring and regulating the energy flow throughout the body
  • Instantaneous corrections to overcome imbalances and harmony of the body energy
  • Serves as a link between mind and body
  • The first organ to be affected by mental attitudes and stress.

“The thymus gland serves as a link between mind and body. It is the first organ to be affected by mental attitudes and stress. Hence activation and stimulation for the thymus is an essential, primary foundation of achieving and maintaining positive health.” Dr. John Diamond; author of “Your Body Doesn’t Lie; How to activate your thymus gland and increase your life energy”.

Boost the Immune System Naturally

Thymus Tapping; Stimulates the thymus gland into action by gently tapping the chest a few inches below the hollow spot in your throat. This will awaken and align the energy associated with this area. Allow this practice to become your daily ritual. You may also increase the tapping when you are around negative vibrating people, or when you yourself begin to think negative thought – TAP.

Quiet your mind through deep breathing into the hara center (2 inches below your belly button) and bring your awareness to the thymus center/high heart chakra.  You may also place one hand on your hara center and the other high on your chest the high heart chakra. By simply focusing on this area you are able to connect the mind, body, heart and soul. Breathe into the hara center and as you exhale imagine the breath of life moving up into the high heart chakra, filling this area with a beautiful color of pink, which brings in peace, compassion, and unconditional love while encouraging healing and growth for this high heart chakra.

Bring the creative use of healing crystals associated with this chakra: Mangano Calcite, Pink sapphire, Pink tourmaline, and Rose quartz. Each offer their own healing properties, but mostly they will align, balance, clear emotional blockages, aid in quieting the mind, bring in peace, and flowing love energy.

To use: Lay down on your back, placing the stone directly on the thymus/high heart center while breathing slow and deep into the Hara center. On the exhale imagine the energy of the stone moving into the thymus gland bringing in all the healing properties of the stone you are using.

Breathe! Breathe properly and deeply. You can’t be upset when you’re breathing slowly, deeply, and quietly.

Drink more pure water! Not just for one or two days, allow drinking lots of water to become a lifetime ritual.

Connect with your belief system or higher power. Connect every day and every night… and all those times in between. Even if you’re simply connecting with a few our natural elements such as the wind, sun, earth, and water.

Quiet your mind. Quiet your mind to release and let go of any and all chaotic thoughts, actions, and stress. Meditation comes in many forms – walking, dancing, singing, sitting still, or chanting.  Give the form at least 20 minutes, as it takes 20 minutes to switch out the flow of energy from chaos to stillness.

Allow. Allow any and all. Simply Allow. Let go of feeling that you have to control the sun, the moon, the season, the tides, your relationships, or your words. If you control ANYTHING, you are out of your center.

If you find you can’t do any of the above – then breathe MORE, drink MORE, connect MORE, and separate yourself from the chaos until you can.

Exercise and sleep: Exercise, a pillar for healthy living, and a great way to reduce stress. Find a regiment that works for you and know that you’re bringing in well-being. Adequate sleep is always helpful in restoring the body into balance while a lack of it compromises our immune system’s ability to fight colds and flu. Getting a good night’s sleep can bolster the immune system and help you maintain well-being.

Food: Also remember the importance of eating good portions of fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as whole grains.  A good multi-vitamin/mineral food supplement can help as well. Zinc has been shown to be an important nutrient for healthy immune function. To name a few Zinc Foods: Crimini and Shitake mushrooms, spinach, asparagus, chard, scallops, oysters, lamb, grass fed beef, yogurt, oats, spelt, turkey, Miso, pumpkin/squash/sesame seeds, organic dark chocolate, cashews, pine nuts, toasted wheat germ, and maple syrup.

For Reiki Practitioners

Reiki Grid: Place yourself and others in a Reiki Crystal Grid and allow universal energy to flow 24 hours a day with the intention on boosting your immune system. Use a rose quartz for the center to increase the connection with the high heart chakra and the thymus gland.

Give yourself frequent sessions while focusing on strengthening the flow of energy through the thymus by combining symbols, breath, and the flow of Reiki.

Place your hands in Gassho and create an intention for healing, using positive words of what it is that you’d like, not what it is you’d like to let go of. Use words like “I am” and “I now”.

“I am restoring my immune system to optimum health now.”

Using your favorite symbol visualize it in your thymus/high heart chakra center. Place one hand on your high heart area and the other on your solar plexus. Focus your attention to your thymus gland while repeating your intention.

Imagine, sense or see CKR wrapped in beautiful pink light about an arms’ length in front of thymus/high heart chakra center, and an arms’ length in back of this center. On the inhale, imagine, sense, or see the pink lighted symbol flowing in through the front of the thymus/high heart, straight into the chakra and allow it to pass through to the back of your body until it reaches the CKR in back.

Next, exhale and send the light on the breath from the back of your body to the front…Continue this process for several “cycles” and then breathe normally.

Keeping your hands in place on your body and simply allow the Reiki energy to flow for another 10 minutes.  When completed, place your hands in Gassho and give thanks.

Combining the breath, Reiki symbols, and intention is a very powerful process and it is a good idea to practice this when you will have time to rest afterward and integrate the energetic shifts.

In closing

Receiving Reiki sessions or in treating oneself, our immune system can grow stronger and keep us healthy all year long.


The techniques listed in this article are not intended to replace conventional medical treatment, but to be integrated and enhance the work in progress.

Tami Rogers, RMT, CHt. Camden Whole Health, 91 Elm Street, Camden Maine 04843

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07-25-10 (47)1During my morning “Soul Connections” AKA Prayer, I started to give gratitude for all my many blessings; good health, joy and love in my heart, my husband who was still sleeping peacefully beside me, my family, friends, and then it went directly to the window fan, having electricity to power the fan, my pillow, the birds singing… However small, our blessings are many. Sometimes, even in the darkest moments a light shines brightly on the smaller things…

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ImageTo reach inside ourselves to find our strength and seek what we are willing to give and what we are not willing to give and then live with the choice with no regrets or sorrow is called living…

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Growing “Older” Gracefully

I LOVE my 50’s – it’s just so balancing. I think it’s the time where women fall in love with themselves – or not.

522038_510910792299834_1383236837_nBut the choice is there to simply grow into who we are and age gracefully. I believe I know my gifts more now than ever. I know that I can use my Scottish third eye and look inside of others… when I vibrate from a place of compassion vs. judgement – their energy simply opens and I am able to guide them toward their own healing. I have been given a gift and more so, blessed to know this gift.

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Soul Sistahs



Middle World Journey

With intention set I quickly left my physical body behind. Leaving is harder at times than others and when this happens I ask for the help of my power animal. He stands over me and I simply hold onto his neck and he guides me out.

Today we journeyed to a place in the middle world in Northern Maine. It was a known downtown beach where we built a fire. Fire spirit is always good as it is cleansing by removing negative energy and bringing in powerful positive energy.

Soon, my guide and I were joined by six other women. In plain clothes we all circled the fire, settling comfortably on the ground. We held hands, and when we were joined I got the feeling that we all knew why we were there, which was not part of my intention and very surprised that our minds were linked within this one thought. We made a packed to always be bonded, but to dissolve the group. Our hearts were heavy, yet soaring at the same time as we began to give each other wings to fly.

The group of beautiful women looked at one another, and then we each took a turn saying kind, healing, positive words filled with good wishes to one another. Then we stood, still in a circle, still holding hands. Then something magical began to take shape… we were merging with our power animals.

S S: became a striped orange tiger. Her flowing hair flowed down around her. She wore a long flowing skirt that was tight around her belly and a low neck shirt, and boots. She carried a whip. She owned her power within.

L: Grew these amazing angel wings and a Dove appeared. Her body never felt so good, so light.

D B: Wore a large hat and carried the Merlin Staff, with a HUGE Brown bear by her side. The power was incredible.

J: her face began to shape shift into a snowy owl and the knowledge that was emanating from her was empowering to all who stood beside her.

D M: A furred something began to take shape, I sensed a Pine Martin/weasle or Fisher. She wore a skirt with a top that was close to her body, and her hair was wild. She said –“This is the real me. See me now as I move and merge with this incredible animal. I’m letting go of all fear!”

S M: was dressed in an all white flowing dress and a crown of flowers adorned her hair. She only wanted her handsome guide by her side, and as he appeared, she glowed like the sun coming up over the horizon.

T R: was dress in black leather, white hair cascaded down her back and her power animal, who felt larger than life, was by her side. The two looked similar as if they were twins.

Each of the seven soul sistah’s owned their own power, and felt completely whole as they each merged with the power of their animal spirit.

After giving thanks to Spirit, each other, and our guides, we simply dissolved the group. I put out the fire and I traced my steps back to ordinary reality with a glowing love in my heart for each of them, whom I will always be bonded with.

The group may never come together again in its entirety, but one by one, we will gather, and it will be as if no time has passed between us.

I give thanks for this amazing journey.

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