Where Did the Energy Go?

Last month I hosted along with four other members of the Animal Communication Collective™(ACC), a Zoom fundraiser for three animal rescues.  From the very beginning, I felt such an enormous amount of Universal Energies supporting this event that at times it felt overwhelming.  The energy high before, during, and after the event was electrifying and I literally was buzzing from it. Then I noticed about two weeks afterward I had what I’ll call a huge energy slump.

At first I attributed this slump to the time change – you know that jump one hour ahead thing – that happens around the Spring of the year.  I had virtually little to no energy, no motivation, no desire to do much of anything.  The guidance I was receiving was to REST.

The one thing that helped me to kick up my heels and not do much of anything was observing my cat, Thomas.  He doesn’t have one adverse thought of napping, sleeping, or lounging as much as is needed.  Also, I was reminded of the message I heard when the coyote said to me, “I know how to take care of myself.”  (To read more about What the Coyote Said blog, click here.) However, when this feeling continued  into a second week, it led me to reconnect to my inner guidance.

Immediately, one of my spirit guides came forward and asked me to remember what it was like when I started doing animal communication readings in class.  It then started to come back to me that I, along with many of my classmates, felt extremely tired after doing a reading. It was explained that as you expand your intuitive muscle, it is normal to feel tired.  Also, as you continue to flex that muscle you will notice you become less fatigued.

My spirit guide then said that your intuitive muscle and your human body vessel was greatly stretched way beyond the norm and that I was in a recovery period.  Not only that, I was informed that there are new light energies coming to the Earth especially around Easter.  When this occurs there is an integration of those light energies.  My spirit guide went on to say that it is important to pay attention to how you are feeling and to give yourself more self care especially getting extra rest during this integration period!

Wow! This is all making so much sense and I realized how important it is to relax into a restful recovery and integration time.  I have come to know that when I am going through something others are experiencing something similar.  If this resonates with you, I hope the guidance I have been given can be of help to you too!

Love, light, peace, and happy trails!


p.s. After an absent of about a year, I have been experiencing the return of heart palpitations.  Again, I feel it’s part of a process of recovery and integration and it also alerts me that I need to rest!

p.p.s. I also want to thank all the members of ACC especially those that participated in the fundraiser for their support which made this event a success! Also, a big thank you to Judy Pearson, DAPS, who coordinated with the other two rescues.

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