What Life’s Like As A Newfound Healer

It’s interesting to say the least and I’m still adapting to the changes.

I never thought of myself as a healer of any kind because I was actually told by many people, throughout my life, that I had bad vibes and was bad luck. It hurt of course and I never knew or understood why because I’ve always thought of myself as a good person.

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Sedona, My First Energy Home

I cannot explain in full detail how this place makes me feel.

The moment I arrived in Sedona, Arizona, the first thought that came up was “home”. I finally felt at home.

Maybe it was the amazing formation of the red rocks everywhere, the massive amounts of Jeep Wranglers strolling by, or the nostalgic feeling I had about Cosmo Canyon from Final Fantasy VII that made me feel like I was home. Maybe it was all of it because they all had a very huge impact on me and to this day, it still does. Anytime I hear about Sedona, I get excited.

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The Type of Blogs I Follow

I follow the blogs that resonate with me.

Most of the blogs I follow are associated with higher consciousness/spirituality and Stoicism because they’re the type of energy I’m interested in and that’s the type of energy I want to surround myself with.

Other blogs are just intriguing to me, whether they are all about sharing their poems or sharing their personal lives of trials and tribulations. It’s nice to have variety to maintain balance.

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So Far, So Good

At the beginning of this month, I posted a blog on how affirmations work, energetically. Then I posted about my biggest fear. Almost a month later, a lot has happened: The massive abundance that I wanted to internally shift towards started to show externally.

So what I did was blog about my biggest fear, recite my affirmations every day and take the necessary steps to make shit happen.

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