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Post by mia on September 29th 2009, 11:18 am

Tuesday 22nd September 2009

I awoke early, sat in bed with my lap top.
I read something that was said about me on a board, it was so nice it made me cry.
That was the pattern of the day.
I was very emotional.
I had a strong feeling I would die on this holiday and I was worried about my daughter, we are so close, like twins and I was sooo worried about leaving her behind.
We set off and Amy asked if I wanted some music on.
That was better than trying to talk thru tears, so I agreed.
Then my dad appeared on the back seat, Amy noticed him first, then she saw angels encircling the car.
She always sees the angels when we go away
I tried singing to the songs as usual, sos Amy didnt notice anything was wrong.
Then, the Golden Lady came and spoke to me.
She said I would be going thru a death and rebirth.
Aha! I understood then lol
We arrived at Glastonbury after 6 hrs and 15 mins and 300 miles exactly.

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Post by Spirit-Being on September 30th 2009, 6:25 pm

What a Beautiful experience, so much Love & Light around you. This may sound strange but what was your feeling overall while this was happening? I am very visual when i hear others experiences and i can see in my minds eye exactly what you wrote. If i had an experience as you did it would definitely be one i would never forget and i am sure it will be with you for the entirety of your life Mia. Looking forward to part 2 Very Happy

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Post by mia on September 30th 2009, 6:33 pm

My feelings were ..............
I am being led, guided to whatever comes/happens.
It is meant to be and I must be brave and accept.

I had let go, given myself over to those who know what I needed.
There was no use in fighting it.

Then when I heard it was a rebirth, not an actual death, I was overjoyed and a little disappointed I hadn't realised it myself.

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Post by mia on September 30th 2009, 6:35 pm

Wednesay 23rd Septenber 2009

I awoke, remembering I was in Glastonbury!
Wow!
I looked out of the window, and there were hills dotted with sheep, bushes and trees.
I wanted to be out there, with the grass under my bare feet.
It was drizzling with rain, all the better lol
By the time we were showered and dressed, filled with diesel and I had washed the windscreen and wipers, we were both hungry, so we went looking for food.
Then the shops called to us lol.
2 books, some crystals and a 2010 Unicorn calender later lol, time was getting short, so with a quick glance at the beautiful, majestic, mysterious Tor, we started for Wales.
I so loved the bridge! It is magnificent!
Where the overhead struts are it looks like the entrance to a spacecraft!
I was amazed!
And on my sat nav, you could see the water lol.
All went well til I got in the wrong lane and was taken all through Newport *sigh*
We finally reached Hill House in Llansteffan (sp) about 5pm.
The entrance was between terraced houses and went up almost vertically, it twisted and turned.
It was too narrow for a fire engine or ambulance and had high stone walls either side.
It was quite nerveracking!
After a cuppa, we went for a walk along the beach, took some pics, then back for a well earned sleep.
We were in Wales and I was falling in love with her.
I was at the retreat where I was going to be born again.
I felt calm and quietly expectant.
I sent reiki to all who had replied to my offer and to some who hadn't.
I had loads of energy and love in me and wanted to share it.

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Post by mia on September 30th 2009, 6:37 pm

Thursday 24th September 2009

I awoke early after a disturbed nights sleep.
Amy was still sleeping sound, so I sat and sent reiki to all who had requested.
I was booked in for a deep tissue massage, after that I walked to the woods behind the house.
I felt restless.
This house is so peaceful, calm, quiet, grounded.
But I feel none of these things.
Itís like I am separate, not really here.

We decided to go to Kidwelly Castle.
As usual, I took a wrong turn Ö.
I turned off the road to find my self and my mobile alerted me to a text.
It waas from my sister, I started to read it out loud, then realised she was telling me one of Amyís rats had died overnight.

We carried on to the castle, but Amy was upset, so we decided to have some retail therapy.
That went well, lunch too, but, on leaving Carmathan, the road out was being dug up and we didnít know another route out, nor did the sat nav lol
But we made it eventually lol
Back at Hill House, we watched Mama Mia on Amyís laptop.
Tomorrow is my Journey and I am pooing myself.

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Post by parrotlover100 on October 1st 2009, 5:22 pm

wow like Spirit-Being mentioned i can picture what you are saying in my minds eye.It really looks like a beautiful place to be in.I am sorry for one of Amys pet rats to have died but the retail Therapy and lunch sounded like it was deffinetly needed and appreciated to get her through.Thank you for sharing this part 1 of your journey.{sorry you were sick too.but maybe that was like a cleansing process as was mentioned before by someone,i don't remember who.}Glastonbury sounds absolutely enchanting. Thank You Good Post Hugs Lily

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Post by Vanilla2 on October 2nd 2009, 6:18 am

Mia, I too have visited these wonderful places in Wales :flo:

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Post by mia on October 3rd 2009, 6:06 pm

Friday 25th September 2009-
The Journey


I awoke early and lay in bed thinking ĎThis is it, the 1st day of my new lifeí
I am so nervous, I feel sick.
I canít believe I am doing this..Going to speak to a stranger my innermost thoughts, fears. They are so private and hidden away so deeply, I hope I donít fight the process.

10am came and I walked to the Rose Suite, it is a circular sun house on the patio.
The beams are covered in rose quartz tumbled stones and along the ceiling edge are rose quartz chunks,
There is a HUGE dish of rose quartz tumbled stones with a rose quartz CANDLE holder in the centre.
Blankets and cushions cover the floor and a couple of wicker arm chairs for us to sit on are placed there.
I walked in and met Hoppi.

She asked how I was, I replied Ďvery, very nervousí she answered that that was a good sign.
Hoppi handed me a questionnaire to fill in.
My name, DOB, why I wanted to do the Journey etc.
Then she asked me a few questions.
She explained I would be led into a meditative state, as deep as I wanted to go and I would still be in control etc, etc.

Then we started.

I had to go down some stairs, they were narrow and made of glass in my mind.
Each step I was to go deeper into meditation.
When I reached the bottom, I was to look at a thermometer lying on the floor and tell me from the numbers 1 Ė 10 how deep I was.
I replied 7
Hoppi asked if I wanted to go deeper, I replied Ďyesí
I got to 3
She asked again if that was deep enough.
I wanted to go to 1 or 0 cos I wanted to do this properly and I was worried I would hold back if I was not as deep as possible.

I had to have a guide or mentor with me, immediately Hoppi mentioned this Hagrid from Harry Potter appeared.
I was happy with this 

Next I needed a vehicle to transport me and Hagrid inside my body.
I saw a glass egg as this.

Much now is either a haze or personal.

I cannot remember how, but I was at the age of 12, where I became stuck and Hoppi talked me through and again at age 9.

I had much to go through.

Hoppi had me get in a few peoples heads and see what they thought of the happenings.
Then I agreed to let each in turn get in my head for them to see what I thought and felt about it.

Then we all sat around a camp fire and I was supposed to say what I thought to each of them.
I refused to do so to one, cos I was afraid of the effect it would have on this one.
But I did so eventually.

Then I had to say how I wish things had been and how different it would have been for me.
Then I had to visualise my life as I had wished it.

There were apologies from all around the camp fire and hugs as we softened to one another.

Then it was back into the glass egg and up the stair case.

It seemed like only 30 mins had passed. But it was 3 hrs and 5 mins.

Hoppi made me a cup of tea as I gathered my thoughts.

As we said goodbye, I asked for a hug.

I went back to my room and sat in the window seat.
I saw Hoppi get in her car, she glanced up to my window and waved.
Hoppi is another one who has changed my life, another I shall never forget.
Always in my heart.

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Post by Spirit-Being on October 4th 2009, 10:33 am

An experience of a lifetime Rainbow

I must say Mia you really do inspire me, i now know what i must do to get out of this funk that i am in. Thank You

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Post by canadianmind on October 4th 2009, 11:41 am

That is very interesting. I have found as well that an overwhelming feeling of death signifies change. It almost seems like your mind was more then ready for this journey. Unfortunatly i havnt been to england at all, but i have seen and read many things, its truely a good place to find one self. I had a similar experience when i loved in calgary.

I never seen mountains like the rockies before, just the sight of them makes you feel small, but also truely quieting and awe inspiring. We went hiking for about 3 hours and reached the river vally ( the trail is called johnstons canyon i fyou would like to see pics i can gladly post some). Just sights and sounds alne had a very calming effect on me.

It seems like you had a very opening experience, thanks for sharing it with all of us
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Post by mia on October 5th 2009, 11:59 am

After the Journey

I felt dazed and emotional.
We had planned to go to the castle, Llansteffan castle.
I needed to do something, so we set off.
I drove the car to the beach and we began the walk up the hill.
It wasnít that steep, but was too steep for Amy, so ĺ of the way, we turned back..

I had seen some woods on the way up.
Opposite the entrance was a bench seat, so Amy sat on that, using her phone for internet whilst I wandered among the trees.
It was just what I needed.
I walked along weeping as I went.
I sat on a fallen tree, just sat there.
I have never cried so silently, it was like a bowl which was overflowing, no effort at all.

I saw squirrels and a skunk, I think it was a skunk, it was black and white, with a striped tail, like in photos and films.
I had my camera, but it was too fast.
I walked and sat and wept, walked and sat and wept.
Before I left the trees, I picked a fallen twig, another wand to be made.

We walked back to the beach and bought ice creams and chocolate, the remedy for everything 
Back at Hill House, I made dinner, washed up and got into bed, I was so tired.
Amy put a Merlin DVD on her laptop and we watched that.
I didnít see the end of it, I was asleep.

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Post by WhiteShaman on October 5th 2009, 12:20 pm

mia wrote:My feelings were ..............
I am being led, guided to whatever comes/happens.
It is meant to be and I must be brave and accept.

I had let go, given myself over to those who know what I needed.
There was no use in fighting it.

Then when I heard it was a rebirth, not an actual death, I was overjoyed and a little disappointed I hadn't realised it myself.

You were probably just blinded by your immense love for your daughter! Nothing to be disappointed about, only joyful to have such love in your life. :lovesigh:
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Post by WhiteShaman on October 5th 2009, 12:32 pm

I just finished reading your journeys that you shared and I want to thank you as we all get to be there with you when you so kindly share with us as you have.
Like the great Phoenix, we die to that no longer serves us over and over only to rise out from the ashes fresh and new ready to continue our journey.
You are a blessing Mia!
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Post by WhiteShaman on October 5th 2009, 12:35 pm

I just finished reading your journeys that you shared and I want to thank you as we all get to be there with you when you so kindly share with us as you have.
Like the great Phoenix, we die to that no longer serves us over and over only to rise out from the ashes fresh and new ready to continue our journey.
You are a blessing Mia!
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Post by mia on October 5th 2009, 12:44 pm

Thank you White Shaman Hugs

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Post by Vanilla2 on October 5th 2009, 2:13 pm

I have just read the last Mia, it was as if I was there every minute of your day with you, feeling every thought and emotion that you went through.
I would just like to say that I marvel at the thought of you seeing a skunk, I never knew they existed in the wild over here in the UK, how lucky was that in you spotting one.

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Post by mia on October 5th 2009, 5:43 pm

Thank you Vanilla Hugs

I just googled skunk as a power/totem animal.
And I found this;

Skunk: Self-confidence, self-esteem, self-respect,
creative energy, paying attention to intuition
and inner knowings

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Post by canadianmind on October 5th 2009, 6:09 pm

coincidence.. i dont think so lol
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Post by Spirit-Being on October 5th 2009, 11:45 pm

I enjoyed reading all the posts here, Mia you have truly inspired me with your experiences you see beauty in everything, something i need to get back to. I never knew what the skunk symbolized very interesting.

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Post by WhiteShaman on October 6th 2009, 8:20 am

It amusing to hear how rare others find it to see the skunk because they are so prevalent in my area. In fact I leave left over food out almost every night and we are visited by the skunk, the opossum or the fox. Itís quite a show!
Most people donít realize that the skunk is a very peaceful animal. He will not spray unless provoked and then he normally warns you 3 different ways. He turns his back, lifts his tail and finally he turns his head in the direction he will spray. By then it is too late.
What I enjoy about him, is that he will walk through any dangerous situation with the utmost confidence and lack of fear. He has the power to do harm with his scent but he usually doesnít. That alone is a great teacher for us.
He actually is of great significance in my life as he is the balancing energy of the Great horned owl. The Great horned Owl is my power animal and guide and teacher and friend.
If you are interested, below I share from my journal of notes related to the skunk totem:
Every totem has a balancing totem just as everything has a balancing opposite, and the skunk is the balancing energy of a person whose energy is greatly influenced by the Great Horned Owl.
It teaches us how to develop a good reputation without being ruled by having a reputation.
When I first heard that it made a lot of sense in my life.
People respected me and I liked it but I soon began to ask myself, why did they respect me. Was I representing on the outside what was going on in the inside or was I living 2 separate lives.
We can get caught up in the fact that others find us as being good company. The danger with that is that we can become prideful or attached to the happiness in how others honor or respect us. If we are not being true to ourselves or in my case, living a somewhat secret spiritual life at the time, to keep their respect then their respect comes for the wrong reasons.
The lesson this little animal teaches us is to strive for a reputation based on us being true to ourselves no matter what reaction it causes. This is how the skunk energy balances the Owl energy.
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Post by mia on October 6th 2009, 11:41 am

Thank you for the interesting info Hugs

To be honest, I don't know if we do have skunks living wild here in England.
However, I stand by what I saw.
Whether it was real, a vision or whatever.

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Post by WhiteShaman on October 6th 2009, 11:58 am

mia wrote:Thank you for the interesting info Hugs

To be honest, I don't know if we do have skunks living wild here in England.
However, I stand by what I saw.
Whether it was real, a vision or whatever.

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You are very wise and you make a good point. Praise
What we see doesn't have to be real in the sense of what we call real.
It could be a vision or something like that but in any case it is meant for us and has meaning to our lives!
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Post by Vanilla2 on October 6th 2009, 12:49 pm

Yes you did see one Mia, you are very lucky and it was not a coincidence, you was meant to see it, I looked it up after posting and it seems many people are keeping Skunks as pets but then releasing them into the wild where they are possibly breeding, as they cant or dont want to look after them anymore.
Link..........

http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/2009/09/09/rspca-rescue-skunk-found-wandering-in-tredegar-91466-24645977/

http://iberianature.com/britainnature/tag/skunk-packs-in-england/

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Post by mia on October 6th 2009, 1:05 pm

Gosh!
Thanks Vanilla! Hugs

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Post by Vanilla2 on October 6th 2009, 1:10 pm

mia wrote:Gosh!
Thanks Vanilla! Hugs

Hugs You are very welcome Mia,this has been a learning cove for me also, which I would not have known about, if you had not seen one yourself Very Happy

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