where ideas go to die

This post isn’t nearly as negative as its title implies. In fact, it has a positive message. But the title fits. You’ll see why…

boardwalk swamp

While in a meditative state, I stood with my Higher Self on a wooden platform at the edge of a swamp. An old man with sparkling eyes stood near us. My Self and I each held a tiny memory chip in our hand. One chip was “the idea that being constantly busy proves your worth.” The other: “the idea that worrying about someone proves you love them.”

The old man told us to toss both “idea chips” into the swampy water. So we did.

They hit the water and broke up into bubbles, each bubble bursting with a tiny spark of light.

I asked the old man where we were. He said, “This is where ideas go to die. It’s not as dramatic as it sounds. It’s where we release them when they’ve outlived their usefulness.”

I invite you to take a moment to examine your ideas, your beliefs. Are there any you feel you’ve outgrown? Are you ready to release them?

The Waves of Change Keep Rolling

Wow, what a month it’s been so far! Have you noticed the waves of energy rolling across our planet, bringing changes big and small? In my little corner of the world, change is making quite the manifestation – I’ll be leaving The Barn at the end of October. While I make space to see where my mission takes me, I’ll maintain Calluna Wellness as a place for free guided meditations and a conduit to free distant healing.

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You’ve each touched my life, for which I am so grateful. Many, many thanks to Erin Whiting and Soleil Wellness for supporting my awakening process. Although I’m moving along on my path, the spirit of The Barn will always be a part of me.

Sending so much love & light & gratitude to you all,

Heather

Free Distant Healing

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I’m so happy to share that I’ve been accepted into the Distant Healing Network as a Volunteer Healer. This worldwide organization has been around since 1996. Their mission is to help heal the world – one person at a time. I love the way they describe “payment” for these services:

“This service is free and without obligation. We would appreciate a note by email after a healing is received. You might like to send your blessings our way, too – or maybe plant a tree, visit a nursing home, or take your granny some cookies – just do a random act of kindness. That will be your payment in full.”

If you would like to request distant healing for yourself or someone you know – or even a pet – visit the DHN website and fill out the appropriate request form.

May your life be full of blessings!