Sensitive Souls

This world can be such a harsh place for the sensitive souls. The poets, the artists, the lovers and the dreamers rarely escape unscathed from the heaviness that gets thrust upon them. For much of their life their exposed to and find themselves enduring Betrayal, Abuse and Neglect from those that are supposed to Love and Accept them the most. All too often they are then co-infected and become completely stifled by the lingering wounds of Judgment, one of the most harmful and destructive energies one human being can inflict onto another.

Even once some of the initial wounding is healed, they remain, suffering and bleeding from the deep cuts that Judgment has put into their space. Unable to accept themselves as they are, their soul’s becomes tormented with “not good enough.” Not good enough to be, to thrive, to love and be loved, and to create the very beauty that they came here to create.
All healing begins with the individual, the individual’s willingness to heal and do the work necessary to pull themselves from the trenches. But WE can do more, more now than ever to assist them on their healing journey. We, that have healed, that know the pain and have the tools can channel our Love and Passion into opening a road for these beautiful souls to walk down.

Hold open the doors to Shamballa for them, by holding the energies of Love, Joy and total Acceptance for yourself….. AND them, let them ride that wave all the way in to the vastness of their creative potentials and watch them create their poetry, music and art. How amazing will it be, to begin to watch TRUE beauty expand its embrace filling us ALL with even more lifeblood and love of life!

~ Jasmine
©AlchemyofLoveandLight

“We don’t read and write poetry because it’s cute. We read and write poetry because we are members of the human race. And the human race is filled with Passion. And medicine, law, business, engineering, these are noble pursuits and necessary to sustain life. But Poetry, Beauty, Romance, Love, these are what we stay alive for!” ~ Dead poets society