Soul retrieval

Day 47 - #365MeditationChallenge

The four-part soul retrieval process is complete and I am feeling more clear about the process itself and how it might impact my daily life.  My soul retrieval turned out to be all about denying my own needs when it looked like it might threaten any of my main attachment relationships.  In other words, I had a pattern of "staying put" when in my true heart of hearts, I have always wanted to spread my wings and fly.   

It will be interesting to see where this new knowledge and way of seeing takes me.  I really do feel ready to fly again... both literally and metaphorically. 

 

Day 46 - #365MeditationChallenge

Post fire ceremony portion of soul retrieval process.   

This week I not only had the opportunity to facilitate soul retrieval for a few other people, but I had the chance to experience it myself.   

I have to admit that coming into the week-long training, my critical mind had its doubts about "soul retrieval".  The truth is, I don't feel broken.   

I do, however, feel fragmented at times, and I am beginning to understand this process a little bit better as I experience it with my felt sense.   

From my experience, soul retrieval feels like dropping or letting go of any barriers that you have built that block you from your true essence.