Over the years, I’ve been in an internal conflict with myself. I’ve always felt like I’ve been torn in two parts. Or that I have two personalities. My true self, versus the one that I share with my daily life. I think this is what led me to writing this blog.
My spiritual journey began when I first moved away from my family. I was raised by a strict Catholic woman who believed in God and the church. But when she became ill, she started having her own doubts. Like me, she was a believer in the paranormal and loved watching shows like Xfiles, and anything to do with angels, guides, or aliens.
I’ve always felt like a bit of an old soul, even when I was a child. I’ve always felt like I didn’t fit in here in this life. Or that I have walked this earth many times before. Some things, I just know. I don’t know how I know them, or where the knowledge comes from – but I just know in my heart – what I feel is correct. It’s like a deep intuition that usually turns out to be correct, even if I don’t trust or belief in myself.
I’ve always been a bit of a loner, an introvert, and it took me a long time to realize that was okay. That there was nothing wrong with wanting to spend time on my own. I learned later that I was an empath and picked up on energies of others around me. And even from those friends halfway across the globe. I think this is why I often seek solitude. To be left alone to internalize my thoughts.
In the early 2000’s, I started my journey as a Witch. I practiced Wicca and Witchcraft. I moved onto to study Shamanism with a local healer. I attended drumming circles. Studied Reiki. And learned to work with herbs, incense and the elements. But my health would take a turn over the years, and I always felt torn on what to call myself. I didn’t want to be reduced to a label. And so, I called myself, “someone with open ended beliefs.”
Today, as I am now in my mid-40’s, I have come to a point in my life where I want to reconnect with my roots. I lost sight of my spiritual path a long time ago and found myself wandering into the darkness. I spent many nights with dark thoughts. I might share some of those experiences I had with you in this blog. It a few nights of really awful nightmares and those wtf dreams that made me realize I needed to make some changes.
I firmly believe that dreams are a doorway to the spiritual world. It connects us, the living, with creatures and beings from other dimensions and worlds. I don’t know what the right answer is to all the important questions. I don’t know if there is life after death. I don’t know if I’ll wind up in heaven when I die, or if I’m a starseed from another planet. Or if I’m just a human with one life. One death. I don’t know these things. I like to keep an open mind. But at the same time, I’m not a sucker who will believe everything I read on the internet.
And that’s what I’m here to find out. I hope you’ll join me on this journey.
Below are some key writings that may help you understand my own path that I have chosen.
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Spiritual Guidance and Wisdom
- Divine wisdom – am I on the right path?
- Divine wisdom – take a leap of faith
- Divine wisdom – when the universe speaks to you
- Dream speak – inner intuition, dreams and thoughts
- Dream speak – a visitation from a familiar
- Dream speak – stress dreams
- Dream speak – recurring nightmares and stress
- Dream speak – the high up city and the lamb
- Dream speak – dreaming about writing
Occult Practices and Legends
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