The Dark


Each person will experience his or her darkness in this lifetime. It is just dressed in many different clothes, but it comes down to the same thing. Feeling a separation from the source of love. A feeling of disconnection.


Contemporary Shaman

 From earliest times people have believed that the dead can return from the grave to visit their loved ones. Certainly an evil criminal or someone, who has been the victim of such a one, can return after death as a ghost. These tormented souls can haunt the world of the living until someone helps them to find peace. – Molly Perham (ghouls & monsters)

 As children, we often remember our elders telling us that there was no such thing as a ghost, and the thing hiding under our bed scaring us silly is simply not real.  Our parents would tuck us in and reassure us that we were completely safe, we felt protected from the bogeyman (momentarily).

 As adults many of us have grown out of being afraid of the dark. The fears of today are ones we all seem to have in common, war, physical attack, bankruptcy, relationships…

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Honouring & Letting Go Of Your Ancestral Programming « ContemporaryShaman

My mama used the green syrup. I remember she needed a bit of it. This article speaks of those days when she lost her dream and was in another reality. That of being married and raising a family. Religion knocked on her door and she was never the same. Her husband provided everything else and felt great about it. So, different from this age we are in. Babies having babies and so much more dysfunction and mayhem. Probably was just as much dysfunction back then. We can only wonder of the secrets.

Now, it’s the Born This Way People being there selves. No matter what.

As the saying goes “We’ve come a long way baby”

Looking for the probability of cleaning a silver ring that got iodine on it. I found this a long the way. It is a great blog about our ancestors and how they lived with the light they had. Can’t ask more than that of anyone.

If you remember this era was the time of the influx of Valium ‘mothers little helpers’. Women felt lost in this day-to-day programme and other than playing bridge and going to a business cocktail party she felt she was missing something.

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