HIDDEN TRUTHS

Tears of the Mother

I remember the day when John F. Kennedy was shot in November of 1963. I was only 6 years old at the time and even though I did not comprehend the impact of the event, my soul KNEW a much deeper truth. Something had seriously gone wrong in that given moment. I couldn’t stop crying and was punished for it.

The impact of abuse is more insidious than people realize. Abuse in any form, generated by just one parent to just one child, creates a ripple effect that can reseed itself in the generations that follow.

Verbal abuse to any one human being in a given day can create a ripple effect that can affect thousands in the same day. When we are hurt by the words or actions from a single person it creates a wound. A wound that affects their words or their actions and they unwittingly perpetuate the abuse verbally or through an action toward another. Which affects another person and another…

Sadly there some who have been abused that become abusers themselves. Others, over time have become self-abusive.

I know this because I have seen both ends of the spectrum perpetuated it in my own family, and yes to a lesser degree within me; despite the vow I made to myself not to be like them. I will admit as a young mother with my own children I was verbally abusive in moments of unawareness. When it dawned on me what was taking place it shocked me and it was a wake up call.

Over the years I have watched the expansion of abuse in our world. What is taking place on the world stage today is the result. There are people in positions of power who have abused us all. They seek seats of power to control the minds and lives of the masses, and they are found in areas many of us would not likely think to look – but, Chaos breeds Change.

There is a battle between the forces of darkness and the forces of Light. Personally, I believe the power of love and light is much more powerful and that the truth does indeed set us free both inside and out. I believe that higher power of light that is available to us all will be the victor – but we must individually choose to live in the Light it, think in the Light, breathe each breath in the Light, walk in the Light it and speak with the Light of the heart and mind. I also believe that together we can create our world to be a much better version of what we see to day.

I normally do not get on political issues, but I am sharing this video with a clear heart and mind because I know the abuse of power has grown to become a global entity in our world. I also know there is a storm coming. A storm of epic proportions that will enact some of the changes we all hope to see. This will explain it all. I Hope you will take the time to view it.

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The Storm is coming – be not dismayed.

Be steadfast in your Faith and Be the peace you wish to see in your world.

Let it begin with yourself and pass it on in your words and deeds.

May your day be blessed.

Seeking Self-Mastery

I heard a saying that stuck in my head one day. A day that prompted a great deal of changes in my life’s journey. That saying is this:

“The first relationship we must Master is the one with oneself.”

Spirit’s Voice, 2003

We begin life as a seed pollinated by another. Our growth depends on the type of soil we have been planted into and what nourishment we did or did not receive.

The lack of nourishment can stunt the growth and development of the evolving organism, whether it is a plant, animal or human being.

Human children who have experienced a series of adverse childhood events arrests the development of the child’s personality and development in a variety of ways.

A child who feels unsafe in their home environment are constantly walking on the broken glass of their fragmented innocence that has violated their trust in their caretakers and in themselves and are in a constant state of stress. The ‘roots’ that give them a sense of stability have been deeply compromised.

As a result their physical bodies internal mechanisms evoke a neurological and chemical response feeling constantly threatened or imminent danger every day. Children who undergo this daily, over a long period of time, leads to the bodies inability to regulate itself.

Trauma is stored in both the body and the mind. The perpetual overload of stress released in the body virtually changes their developing brain – and establishes a foundation for dysfunctions in their body. This keeps them in a constant state of hypervigilance under stress and duress because the ‘threat’ to their well-being is still imminent.

The fight, flight, freeze response to stress has been deeply studied. These evoke various responses that become an internal coping mechanism on both the body and mind for all humans.

In a child who undergoes repetitive abuses it becomes hard-wired into the autonomic nervous system that keeps them trapped in a constant state of stress and builds an unwitting repetitive automatic response when triggered. When left untreated the hardwired autonomic responses continue as they grow and become adults.

Learning this has been an eye-opener. As I child I always asked the unanswerable question a child asks, “Why?” It set me on a life long journey to find the answers to that one simple question. In the process, I have seen and learned many things about myself.

The beauty is that my Spirit guides and my Soul’s internal navigation system has led me on a path of Self-Healing and toward Self-Mastery all these years. I realize now that my whole life journey has been designed to bring me a much deeper awareness of the Spirit-Mind-Body connections.

It has also shown me how abuse and the abuse of power has perpetuated itself in our world…and it needs to stop if we want Life as we know it to Survive.