When all I was doing was whining, I knew it was time to stop.
I have running conversations with myself 24/7 and I wonder if that’s an only child thing or if others do it, too. It was clear to me (and the 3 of you reading this) that the convos in my head were mostly whining and being pissy because that’s all I shared on these here pages. Efforts at being positive felt fake because that wasn’t what I was feeling.
For five days in April, when I was at Paisley Park, I felt complete joy. A calmness inside myself that I’ve not really experienced for any length of time. I traveled with two lovely women who bickered like friends who know each other so well and that bickering never once impinged on my joy. I sat in the backseat, content to go along with them on whatever journey they had planned.
It was such a profound sense of inner peace that I wanted to bottle it up, take it home and keep it for all time all the while knowing that I couldn’t and the work was just to feel it as deeply as I could.
A personal shift happened and it’s really yet to come through all the way but pieces are here and there. Prince has taken a seat behind me as I drive the car myself now. He’s still there, of course, but I know now that my skills are as good as they’ve ever been and I walk into the world as Lisa, the Oracle. More fully than before, and certainly bolder.
I start Level 4 Priestess work this month and I am so blessed to have been involved with Seven Sisters Mystery School. Prince led me there but it was up to me to use the skills. My mentor/teacher said I am a “stellar oracle” which thrilled me to death. (YEY me!)
Looking for ways to take myself into a bigger space with those skills so I can help others expand into their space. The more we open up to it, the better we’ll all be (IMO).
That’s all for now. See you soon?
Thanks for the comment, Gal. Last year, about this time, Prince let me know that our “Purple Saturation tour” was complete and something different may come from my own growth. If people want to talk with him through me, I’m happy to do so but it’s not the focus of my work now. In fact, I kept it hard core on the DL in Paisley Park.
I truly think he was there with me as training wheels in a way – to let me know that I could do this and he would lead me. Now that I’ve stepped out front, it may just take a different shape. :)
You know I’m woefully inadequate when it comes to conversing in woo, but I get that someone you respect sees and appreciates your gifts and yes, HURRAY! Validation is so important. I don’t think any of us is so confident and self-actualized that we don’t need to support to get where we’re going.
Does this mean you’re not doing the purple saturation sessions anymore?