"We are Conduits of Light here to Inspire Transformation" - Jemma
Lets face it. We are all Game changers.
At some point we have realized that there is more to this journey we call life than meets the eye.
Once we step onto our path it, it can often be very challenging and we wonder why the hell we signed up in the first place!!
But we have come for a reason. And we are all in this together.
Isn't that awesome?!
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Killyari - where the Moon meets the Dawn.
Early yesterday morning I arrived in Cusco, Peru.
It was a really interesting and quite intense trip getting here. Like so many of us I am going through massive transitions in my life right now.
There are many things changing and dropping away. So many things coming to the surface to be reflected upon, felt into and questioned as to how and if they will serve my path in the future.
It's scary. Damn scary! The realisations of how the holding onto the things that have kept me feeling comfortable now need to be let go. This includes my reactions to life. The tendency to want to stay in resistance rather than surrender and how that unwillingness to let go of old patterns of behaviour and reaction keep me stuck in a perpetuating cycle of a similar story.
The future is exciting but unsure, as the future is of course! But this time? Well, it just feels.. different. There's a sense of 'leaping into the abyss, knowing deeply within that I will land on a bead of feathers.'
I don't know what's to come but I know it's a game changer.
I am being catapulted into a deeper level of trust and surrender than I have ever known. Resistance is coming up from all areas of my life both outwardly in inwardly. Especially watching and observing with curiosity the stories of my mind.
What's so beautiful is this deepened sense of calm acceptance and understanding that seems to have dropped in. Watching the mind and its drama like an old grandmother watching a child cry for attention and holding a gentle present loving space without engaging in the child's drama. Just lovingly and patiently holding and re assuring the child that everything is ok. They are safe and loved. And all is perfectly and exactly how it is meant to be.
Thankyou Grandma Jemma. It's nice to feel the wisdom of the crone peaking through and maintaining calm amidst the calamity. 😉
So when I actually landed in Cusco and my feet touched the ground I felt all of my doubts and fears melt away like winter snow on a fresh Spring morning.
Entering the airport, the atmosphere was already rich with the Spirit of the Andes. Joyful music playing, Coca leaves being shared. Beautiful chubby, rosy red, kissed by the Andean Sun, cheeked people all around.
I am home.
Not long after I landed I received a message from my dear brother to say his beloved, a very very dear sister of mine, had gone into labour.
This is what I had come for. We had been asking bubba to hold on. And she did, right until my feet virtually touched the ground.
I made my way to their home, also the home of my Maestro Puma, in the mountain town of Chincheros.
Here the family gathered as we waited, holding a gentle space and presence for our darling angel to bring her little star being through the portals and dimensions of light, across the rainbow bridge and into this earth plane. In fact as I write this we are still waiting! Things happen slowly in the Andes 😉 it's as nature intends.
Last night I was talking with Pumas sister about names. She was sharing with me that traditionally if someone had been through a continuos stream of mis-fortunes and dramatic life events they will be given a new name. A spiritual name that resonates with them and that will help to shift the frequency of their life into a new harmonious frequency.
A re birth.
Seems to be a theme emerging here and one that is an incredibly beautiful and potent mirror for me where I am at in my life right now.
One of the names she shared with me struck a deep cord. It is a Quechua name - Killyari.
It's means - the Moon that meets the Dawn.
One of my favourite things to do in Byron Bay is to go and sit out on the Easterly point around Full Moon at Sunrise. Here you can witness the profound beauty of Grandmother Moon setting to the West while Father Sun rises in the East.
This morning at about 5 am I was woken so suddenly from sleep. I thought perhaps our baby had arrived! But not yet.
I jumped up and looked out the window to see the most magnificent greeting of the day and welcome for my first morning back with our Apus- the Spirits of the Mountains.
The luminescent Scorpio moon, full and round and still close to full, was meeting the dawn.
The glacier Apu Chicun was illuminated and glowing in a cloak of pink and apricot light, bathed by the rising sun.
The beauty floored me. The significance astounded me.
In that moment I felt like Killyari. The moon meeting the Dawn.
Ready to re birth and step into an entirely life. Illuminating the darkness, and shining my way into a radiant infinite sea of possibilities that dawn a new way of a new day.
I am the Moon. And I am willing to meet the Dawn with so much grace, humility, freedom and peace in my heart. Ready for the infinite blessings and gifts of the Apus and Pachamama, to bath me with the light of their golden Sun on this new day.
If you feel to experience the magic of the Andes with me then invite you to join me on this pilgrimage. Into your heart and the heart of the Apu's, Peru.
Sacred World Traveller, Cacao Priestess, Medicine Woman and Founder/Creator of the Inspirational Raw Vegan food business Naked Treaties - Jemma has a rich and colourful history that has helped forge a light yet insightful wisdom of her life's experiences. She hopes to inspire others on their journey as she shares the triumphs and tribulations of her own. Alway's bringing it back to a place of empowerment and self realisation.