The other day, after having a few beers at the Sublime Alehouse in San Marcos, California, a good friend of mine, Geoff (pronounced Jeff) and I started getting into some pretty deep conversations about life.
This morning, I woke up to a surprise. A room full of ants.
Most people would consider this to be something disturbing and unfortunate, but that’s only if you view it that way, which is the 3D way of thinking. At first, I went back to my 3D way of thinking and then boom, I redirected back to 5D by realizing that this was physical confirmation that the vicious cycle I went through has finally come to an end! If you don’t know what the difference is between 3D and 5D, I blogged about it here.
I just arrived in my hometown of Twentynine Palms, California. Woot woot! And I’m so happy to be here! I was able to grab a room at the 29 Palms Inn and it has everything I need for tonight’s once in a century appearance!
Tonight is the full moon and it’s not just an ordinary full moon, it’s a blood moon and it’s the longest total lunar eclipse of the century! Yeah buddy! This one is definitely a rare fella.
I woke up this morning around 5:30 and started crying, quietly.
It’s funny because prior to a year ago, I never really cried much. But then again, I was still “asleep” and wasn’t aware of all the energy I had been absorbing every day, especially as an empath. I also didn’t understand the true nature of crying and thought it was a sign of weakness.
I was thinking earlier about how challenging it still is for me to converse with people who do not understand yet about how spirituality/energy works. People ask me about why I’m not the same Jen I used to be and why I’ve become so isolated from everyone in the skydiving industry that I’ve been around for 5 years.
…since my spiritual awakening process accelerated.
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.