Do you miss HOME?

February 28, 2020

There are different kinds of home. The place you grew up in, the space you live in now, the kind of home you feel when someone is so very familiar.

And they are all important. But the home I believe we miss most is the home of our soul. The place where we were all one.

In this physical body we can carry only a part of our soul energy—it simply doesn’t fit all in. I think that’s one of the reasons we can feel incomplete, like we’re missing something. And we are!

We literally miss part of our energy, part of our being. We have to make do with this tangible physical body and the energy contained within our aura.

And from time to time that sucks. It hurts. And it’s a deep kind of pain, not something that’s fixed with a hot cup of chocolate or even a hug (though those can certainly help 😉

I know for me it was a pain that was more like white noise, something present in the background that you won’t truly notice until you focus on it. Of course inevitably something happens that draws your attention to this pain, this missing.

What triggers missing home most:

Shifts like the ones described above are ways for you to grow, ways for you to raise your vibration and let go of something—no matter how painful the process may be.

And these big shifts trigger something on a soul level as well, and that stirring of the soul might make you (more) aware of what you’re missing.

I know it happens when you meet a soul mate or soul connection as well.

Now for the good news.

As we’re raising our vibration (and you do automatically when you grow) you’re able to access more of your soul energy.

That means you can get in touch with parts of yourself that have been hidden until now!

This brand-new online series with The Carriers of Light helps you access those hidden parts.

You can read all about it here

“It’s time to release some of the density of the veil and become more connected with who you truly are at your core.”

We start April 19th and the beauty is that you can participate in your own time.

Get your seat here now



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