Here is a portion of the post:
“... I would like to ask each of you a favor today. I would like you to close your eyes and receive a message for someone here in the Circle … … You might have something to tell. You could tell the story when you were suicidal or had a near death experience. Today is the day to speak. Some of you are always here but never talk. One of the things that I have been taught here on the Navajo Reservation that the stories are very powerful. We all have a voice. If you don’t speak you block your throat chakra. You have thyroid issues. If you don’t tell your stories from your heart, you block your heart chakra. We need to speak and let go. You have been given your story for a reason. May you feel the love in the messages. Please be kind to yourself and each other. Love, Mechelle”
Interestingly I was born a medium and gifted with the ability to be a great storyteller. Yet for the past 20 years or more, I have been challenged with thyroid issues (underactive thyroid – which would indicate blocking or not telling my story). In the past year I have also learned that there are blockages in my heart chakra which together with my Spirit team I am working on healing, but these are less to do with telling the stories from the heart and more about learning to place greater boundaries on what my soul feels responsible for healing.
Storytelling is something that even as a child I knew was meant to be part of my service, my higher purpose. I was blessed by knowing a Great Grandmother who was an amazing storyteller, and with a good memory so decades after her death I am still able to retell some of her stories. I have used stories like my parents did to explain to children why they needed to follow certain safety rules. One of my nephews at about age 9 even once quipped after having been told not to do something, “Oh yeah, Aunt Gigi, do you have a story to go with that too?!” Looking back, I know that since elementary school and well into the present, I have intuitively chosen stories to tell people that addressed either an emotional or physical illness challenge which helped to point them in the direction of their healing. Yet somewhere along the way, especially as I did my inner work and became more consciously aware of the power of words, I shut off telling MY stories often worried that people weren’t really interested. After the passing of my dog in June, however, I have been receiving prompts from a number of sources to tell the stories.
In telling my stories, I will heal my throat chakra which not only will address some physical challenges but will also help to expand my clairaudience since when we use our “clair” senses we actually hear with throat area. Increasing the ability to hear clairaudiently will increase the types and accuracy of evidence that I can give when acting as a medium for the Spirit World and will greatly increase the level of healing that someone receiving those messages can receive. I’d like to thank my friend, Mechelle, for her post which underlined the message my guides gave me clearly just a few weeks ago and the inspiration to take action.
So let’s begin. Over the next week, I will start with the following stories. Please check in often, read the stories and feel free to leave comments or questions or share your stories as well.
- HELPING SCRAPPY CROSS THE RAINBOW BRIDGE
- EXPERIENCES ARE RECORDED IN OUR AURAS AS FREQUENCIES THAT EXPAND WHO WE RESONATE WITH AND WHO WE CAN SERVE
- STORYTELLING, GENEALOGY AND MEDIUMSHIP
- AWAKENING AND UNFOLDMENT
- MY JOURNEY OF SURRENDER AND RETURN TO SELF