What's one thing that all Human Beings have in common?
The one things we all have in common is that we were born.
Some of you were born the way nature intended it, arriving into gentle hands and surrounded by loving smiles and conscious, caring people. Some were extracted from their mothers womb through a cold, sterile surgical procedure. I myself came through the birth canal but the first thing I met upon arrival was cold metal forceps, clamping down on the sides of my fragile skull, twisting and turning my delicate neck and spine as I was forcibly pulled into the world.
We were each conceived. Some had parents who were in love and desiring a child, others were conceived 'accidentally'. Some were conceived after a heavy night of alcohol or drugs, or perhaps in an abusive situation.
We each spent time in the womb. Nine months in the womb growing our little bodies. What was that environment like for you? What was pregnancy like for your parents? Were they in love and celebrating pregnancy and birth? Was it exciting, safe, blissful, were they experiencing high frequency emotions? Or perhaps they were experiencing low frequency emotions, it may have been a frightening, stressful or even painful time.
What was the relationship like between your parents? Were they loving and supporting each other or distant, cold, indifferent or abusive?
You may have been born in a gentle way or a traumatic way. You may have even been given away if your parents couldn't or wouldn't keep you.
You may be asking by now "why does this matter when I don't remember any of it anyway?" The fact of it is that Birth does matter. It matters immensely. And you do remember it in your body, information stored in your cells, recorded in your limbic or emotional system, hidden in sub-conscious places, but nonetheless very much within you.
Decades of research in pre-natal psychology and more recently in epigenetics, demonstrate that this highly formative time of our lives profoundly affects our long term wellbeing. It matters because whatever your first experiences of life were, from the moment of conception onwards, formulate your primal understanding of what life is like, what love is like and what it means to be here in a body in this world. From these experiences we gain our core beliefs, our basic settings from which we continue to operate throughout our lives. These first experiences become our home frequency or our 'comfort zone', the place we know and understand, regardless of what it looks like.
Some may have no reference point in their Being of real love and safety. If your first experience of life was pain and struggle and this became your place of the known, the comfortable, then you may still be living and creating your life from that place, even now as an adult. We cannot create from a place of love unless we know what it is.
There are many beautiful people in the world who want to create great things from a place of love but this can be challenging, no matter how strong the intention, if we are blocked by old emotional beliefs. Beliefs of which many if not all are just something that someone else told us a long time ago - about how it is and who we are. Symptoms of belief patterns that do not support your highest good include distrust, self-sabbotage, lethargy, highly developed ego, creative blocks, inability to complete (or even start) projects, procrastination, suppression of emotions or instincts…. the list goes on. But these symptoms are only what we see as a result of underlying core beliefs such as I'm not good enough, I'm not worthy, I'm not loveable, I don't love myself (because nobody ever showed me how), I don't belong, it's not safe.
When we heal our emotional imprints we not only soothe our nervous system but we can become effective creators and can create together from a place of love, not masked by fears and insecurities.
Do you want to manifest heaven here on Earth? Do you want to create resilient communities? Do you want to bond together to take action as a collective?
Then we must all do our inner work and become the high frequency beings we need to be in order to achieve this. Are you feeling ready to do what it takes? Let me know.