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Creating Waves of Awareness

What happens when someone receives just the right kind of energy?

Here is a story of one butterfly that was unable to move to the next stage due to fear of moving out of the cocoon. I imagine there are many, many butterflies out there. They feel fragile as the conifers like thuja or like hamaledidae floating high in the air or pressed heavily down to the ground. They can feel bound like euphorbacea, or enclosed tightly unable to breath like a baby ready to come out of the womb. And, as you may have imagined, they love to travel on a spiritual journey looking for balance in their lives. Chronic fatique and brain fog can be overwhelming as they struggle to get out of the cocoon that was once their shelter and place to prepare for the adventure called life. Finally, with the right remedy they can break free and fly. I have had a number of 'butterflies' visit me and each one is very different. I feel that is because they are a slightly different stage of development, have different historical backgrounds and a variety of perspectives on what is happening to them.

for you and for me and for us. from ben crowell on Vimeo.

This story is on ReenchantPlanetEarth, the website of Marilyn Shannon.

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Comment by Debby Bruck on May 9, 2011 at 11:45pm
Dear Anand. Maybe you can see some connected elements in the 'animal' energy of being shackled, chained, bound, trapped, captured, etc. When you listen to the person's story, hear their telling and see their gestures you can get a feel for this type of energy. When you look at their appearance and see their dress, that may give further clues. Your story would be interesting to see in a video, the behavior of this elephant. Only one quarter immobile and three-quarters [three legs] still moving. Elephants can be so obedient and connected to humans.
Comment by Dr. Bruce Arnold on April 16, 2011 at 2:38pm
Lovely Story. BTW I was on staff at the Kripalu Center for 7 months, 1988-89. Fantastic experience. By "on staff" I mean I worked in the kitchen. That's fine. I was there for personal transformation, not to pad my resume, and I got it in spades.
Comment by Dr. Jody Forsyth-Oversby on November 17, 2010 at 1:12pm
Thanks D. Very helpful!

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