Meditations on Mothers (Excerpted from May 2015 Newsletter)

“Whatever you are meant to do, do it now. The conditions are always impossible.”Doris Lessing

May’s Consciousness Call and Consciousness Evolution Circle will honor Mother’s Day with heart-opening practices to connect to the consciousness of our mothers and the mothers that came before.

Our hearts remember those who gave us life, those who gave us love, and those victims or perpetrators whose fate is entangled with our birth.

Hearts hold tender love and blessing, but suffering and grief as well. The human being retains ancestral memories of unresolved trauma for up to seven generations.

Dive into the deepest part of who you are and witness the threads of your existence that connect you to your mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. Come on a journey into consciousness beyond the first dimension of the here and now.

From the darkest corners of our hearts comes the cry of women to awaken, to remember, to rise up and to claim our birthright. We are lost in time, suffering from a kind of amnesia because we don’t remember who we are or where we came from. Our minds are polluted with negative thoughts and dark emotions. When you feel to the core of our existential crisis, we return to the womb and meet the gateway to our mother, our mother’s mother, and so forth.

The reverberations of our mothers’ and grandmothers’ traumas remain active in the heart for generations. Emily and Dan have designed a special program to contact and ease the darkness and embody the strength and love within your maternal lineage.

Open your heart to non-ordinary dimensions of consciousness that are active within and around us. The resources in ancestral and spiritual consciousness are the key to releasing the burdens that weigh us down and to removing the obstacles that block our way forward.

The love and support we yearn for becomes freely available when inherited trauma is relieved.

“Birth is the sudden opening of a window, through which you look out upon a stupendous prospect. For what has happened? A miracle. You have exchanged nothing for the possibility of everything.”

— William MacNeile Dixon