Monthly Archives: November 2019

Look Beneath The Surface!

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Photo by Katelon T Jeffereys

This photo was taken a week or so ago at Lake Pend Oreille, in Sandpoint, ID.  The lake is drained each fall, and so these Humbird Mill Ruins are now exposed.  During the summer, they are still there, underneath the water, hidden.

In our lives we have many such ruins…..grief unexpressed, shame, guilt, sadness, anger unexpressed over this or that….from our past, our childhood, and other lifetimes.  Our culture teaches us to just stuff it all ….underneath…rather than to face it, embrace it, express it, feel it and thus integrate it and learn from it.  But it is still there, making itself known via our perceptions colored by these feelings and experiences unexpressed, in how we relate to others or hide from others, in every area of our lives.

In our society, we are taught to accept as truth religions, education, the news, rather than to look underneath to find what is really going on, what is the real truth.  In the daily work I do with John, to assist in shutting down the dark that is in truth behind most of what goes on in our world and to bring forth the renewed original light timeline, we look to what is underneath, what is behind what is being reported or carried out.

It’s so easy to just want to see the nice full placid lake, the smiling facade that states…I’m fine, the news report that states all is well or will be well when…….

But I’ve chosen another path.  I’ve chosen to unearth the dregs, expose the darkness, feel the feelings, open the doors and shout out truth.  Because when it is all done…when disclosure shows the what/how/when of it all, then together we can all feel the feelings, take a deep breath and get busy with the healing and integration, a return to wholeness, a return to peace and abundance, a return to Oneness.  That will be worthy of celebration!

I am thankful for you sharing this work and journey with me.  I’m sending on many blessings and love to you all!

Katelon