Spreading my wings

Change is coming fast and furious. There are big shifts in the wind. My internal and external worlds are coming more and more into alignment, though on the surface, nothing seems certain. I feel safely cradled in the arms of the Divine while the real world reels and rolls around me. While I am the one doing the internal work necessary for these changes, I have done nothing alone. The support I have experienced since before Ben’s death has taken my breath away hundreds of times. People have offered their time, support, food, love, forgiveness, and expertise as I do the biggest work of my life.

It has been over a week since I received my Reiki II attunement and a new world has opened to me. I am not ready to write about it yet, but suffice it to say that I am beginning to understand my life on a much deeper level. My purpose is becoming clearer and because everything is perfect, the people who can help me integrate these worlds are right here, right now, in my life.

While I sometimes still struggle to get through the day, the big picture I am seeing has me dancing in delight and awe.

Life is gorgeous and full.

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6 Responses to Spreading my wings

  1. Christa says:

    Oh, how very beautiful and true … Powerful stuff you are made of, Alana.

    That photo is gorgeous and full!

  2. Sending you light and love. Fellow Reiki healer and supporter of shift and alignment.

  3. Pamela says:

    I am so happy for you!! You deserve every bit of this power and light.

    xoxo

  4. Cynthia says:

    You keep stretching those wings!!! Love you!

  5. Lindsey says:

    I don’t know what to say other than YES … and thank you – for the consistently heart-wrenching beauty and soul-stirring inspiration I find here. over and over again.
    xox

  6. Liz says:

    I feel such joy when I read your words, within the intensity, the pain, there is so much love. You inspire me, you take me to places I need to visit, sometimes I step towards my pain because you help me feel safe. I can’t tell you enough how wonderful you are and what a gift your words are to me.

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