The news has been pretty busy recently with things being revealed in governments, leaders, and systems. While some had been suspected, the emerging hard reality is beginning to shake some foundations. There’s a sharp spikey darkness that is becoming harder and harder to ignore. The term ‘disclosure’ got tossed around a lot in relation to the release of the UFO files, however disclosure actually has much more to do with revealing the oftentimes ‘shadowy’ operations behind the curtain and how these impact our day-to-day life.
This same ‘disclosure’ energy is also playing out with each of us an individual way. We’re coming face-to-face with our own beliefs and the shadows within ourselves and our relationships. Some of these are also pretty sharp and spikey. Right now, there’s a whole lot of us feeling like life is messy and hard.
There is decidedly a wave of ancestral healing that is occurring across our planet. It isn’t new; it has been occurring across the world in various spaces and peoples for a while and will continue for another several years at least. But what is new is how widespread this is across the world right now.
Exploring our individual and ancestral heritage often brings grief and sadness. The grief from the land which was forced to hold the space for human atrocities. The sadness over what might have been. The trauma that gets passed down the generations through epigenetics.
Within all of this mess however is the opportunity for us to consider how we wish to be, how we wish our world to be, and the future we wish to create. With the ancestral clearing also comes an opening of ancestral power. How will we use it?
Are we ok with shadowy hidden agendas in our systems that create divisiveness, marginalize groups and individuals, restrict freedom, and continue to damage the planet? More people are beginning to step out of line, pushing against rules and systems that no longer seem to make sense and pushing for more whole and interconnected ways of being.
Are we ok with shadowy passive aggressive, codependent, conflict in our relationships that creates shame/blame and generational trauma? Relationships are falling apart at epic rates. However, there’s also epic rates of new relationships, different kinds of relationships, and newfound comfort with being alone. Many are finding their ‘people’; not echo chambers, but others who are doing the hard work of developing emotional intelligence and creating microcosms of community.
Finally, and most importantly, are we ok with shadowy parts of ourselves that we have kept hidden, preferring instead to focus on the need for others to change before we step into our purpose and authentic self? Or are we ready to step into the freedom and authentic power of who we came here to be?