I can’t believe it’s been more than a month since I last posted here. Time goes by so fast I just can’t keep track anymore. I’ve been busy with 3D life and also trying to integrate my new awareness of energy into that life. I also had to make an emergency trip to help my mom, who was ill, deal with my grandpa and grandma, both of whom ended up in the hospital at the same time.
Now there is another world. The hospital. I’ve managed to mostly avoid hospitals my whole life. The hospital my grandparents were in is the same hospital where my dad died last year, so that was hard to take. I had to use all my recent energetic training to get on a plane, get to my grandparents’ house then spend the next six days in the hospital running from one room to the other, keeping everyone updated on my grandparents’ condition, quizzing the doctors and nurses and making sure my mom didn’t slide from bronchitis into pneumonia. Can you say GROUNDING? I grounded so many times I was pretty much just running my energy all the time.
And amazingly, I did pretty well. I didn’t get sick with the cold/bronchitis that everyone else had and I didn’t just crash from the stress. I managed to step up to the plate and make sure the doctors didn’t kill my grandparents. My grandma was released after just four days, and my grandpa is now in rehab getting his strength back so he can go home.
The tests just keep on coming and this was a big one. For me to leave my home is like blasting a crab out of it’s shell. I like it here. I feel safe here (except when the NSA invades in secret). But, I was able to do it without too much angst. Like I said, I just keep running my energy and being aware of what was in my space. I was able to do some energy boosting for my mom and grandparents to help them overcome their illnesses. It was like being in a parallel universe, and I talked to Stevo each night to remind myself that my universe still existed in Montana. It’s really hard to be out there in the world at large. Sometimes it’s good to stretch your boundaries, though, and learn to handle your energy in the face of more difficult circumstances.
Having said that, though, I am so glad to be home!