Everything Is A Figment Of Your Imagination

Greetings Family!

Did you know that we live by imagination? Plans are imagination. They don’t become reality until we experience them. I can plan to wake up and workout and drink a healthy smoothie but until I actually DO IT, it’s my imagination.

So as it turns out, we are always imagining things. Let me say that a different way… every single thought in your head is your imagination. Whether it’s a plan or a “random” thought. A daydream or a memory. Imagination. All of it!

Why not imagine things that we want to happen instead of things that we don’t?

I am definitely simplifying a strategy that is WILDLY successful in the creation of the experiences we desire, but I want you to conceptualize that you can in fact imagine your optimal health, imagine your ideal relationships, imagine your ideal physique and so on and so forth.

I teach a lot of these techniques and strategies in my life coaching sessions and also have lots of free content around it on my YouTube Channel.

I’ve also created a great book list that has a lot of good resources to explore these concepts more that can be found here: https://yesgodwellness.com/pages/recommended-reading

7 Tips For a Great Sunday

Hola Honey!

I’m back on the mainland and ready to get home to do my Sunday routine to prep for the week. I love using this day to really get clear about how I want my week to go, what I’d like to complete.

Do you have a Sunday routine?

I have decided to list a few of my non-negotiables for Sunday and perhaps you may be inspired by them (or nah, and that’s cool too lol).

  1. LAUNDRY – I know this may be a tough one, it used to be painstaking for me.. I had no issues with washing and drying but putting away was my nemesis. Now, I simply fold things as SOON as they come out of the dryer. I noticed that my mood and overall energetic vibration is a lot higher when I don’t have piles of clothes around my home and all my things are neatly put away and available when I need them. Don’t forget to wash your bedding!
  2. REFRIGERATOR – Admittedly I am a recovering OCD neat freak (my children would say I never recovered) but I cannot stand to have clutter in my fridge. That leftover dish from Tuesday? Yep! Time to let it go. I like to go through my fridge on Sundays and get rid of any old produce that wasn’t used, empty out the tupperware and throw out any expired food. It just FEELS better and it creates more space for more yummy and nourishing foods to replace the old.
  3. JOURNALING – Setting 1-3 primary goals for the upcoming week is a great way to actually accomplish them. They may not be things that can be done in one sitting, and thats ok! If you’re anything like me, START WITH ONE! I often sit down to make a “little list” of things to do and wind up with 3 pages that overwhelm me and then cause me to procrastinate. A full brain dump is helpful sometimes, but for this Sunday let’s focus on 1 (3 maximum).
  4. TAKE A BATH and/or STEAM – Sunday is really a day for resting, although the things I’ve listed up until this point may feel like “work”, it’s important to keep in mind that they are adding to your PEACE of mind and can also be considered meditative. I like to tidy up with some really great music that makes me feel good blasting from my bluetooth speakers. Baths are my GO TO for relaxation. There’s something about being submerged in hot water and herbs that allows stress to melt away.
  5. CLOTHES – I have two young children who don’t love waking up in the morning. Anything I can do to lighten the load for them and me in the morning is well worth it. I lay their outfits out for Monday morning as well as my own.
  6. FOOD – Having meals planned for at least Monday and Tuesday is a good way to cut down on stress and also to save money by not swinging by for crap on the way home.
  7. PRAYER – I love praying everyday but Sunday is a day that I can really take my time to get into contemplating all the people and circumstances and dynamics I want to send love to.

Welp! I hope this was helpful.

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PS. I was thinking to share some pictures from our vacation to St. Croix, would you be interested?

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Self-Examination

Greetings Beautiful Beings,

Have you ever had the feeling that you weren’t living up to your highest potential?

Recently I’ve really felt a push to examine myself. Yes, I always prefer to examine myself but I mean REALLY examine myself and the roots of how and why I hold myself back in certain areas of my life. Back at the end of 2018 I did a massive cleaning out of my physical space, got rid of lots of things and was able to re-purpose other things that I had forgotten that I owned!

It’s like something happened internally once I really got a handle of my external environment. An internal desire began to grow in regards  to doing a massive clean out of my heart and mind. I wanted to take inventory of all the things that needed to be “gotten rid of” and also things that could be re-purposed for a better quality of life and inner peace.

I realized that I had several addictions that needed to be addressed. Among the list are/were: procrastination, social media, distractions and probably the most ingrained and long-standing addiction…..FOOD (sugar, carbs, comfort foods)

I have done social media “fasts” in the past where I determined to “only spend a certain amount of time” on social media per day (which proved VERY difficult), so I knew that it was something that needed more a intentional and strategic approach. It’s kind of a love/hate relationship since I use it to promote and advertise my business, but in reality I was spending way more time just mindlessly scrolling than actually engaging in bringing value to my potential clients.

The next thing I’ve been examining is my relationship with food. I notice that I typically eat for taste and to “enjoy” the experience of pleasure. I definitely enjoy lots of “healthy” foods but I also really enjoy a lot of unhealthy foods as well. I began by starting to intermittently fast between the hours of 1-7PM and then I pushed my comfort zone to one meal a day. Then, I felt a push to do a fast from food for spiritual reasons. Once I began to look into and research the amazing benefits of prolonged fasting I was blown away!

Fasting has been used for centuries to heal many imbalances in the physical body along with making space spiritually for God to perform miracles. The bible is full of stories that illustrate this. (Esther 4-5, Esther 9, Jonah 3, Matthew 4, Matthew 6, Ezra 8, Nehemiah 1, 1 Kings 19, Exodus 34, Acts 9, Act 13, Acts 14, Isaiah 58, Mark 9 & Daniel 1 just to name a few, lol)

I did a 7 day water fast from 3/22/19 – 3/29/19. My primary motivation for fasting initially was to experience miracles in some personal family situations, along with increase in business and other areas, but the whopping 14 pounds I released definitely was an awesome silver lining. Let me be clear this fast was NOT about losing weight, but more about healing and preventing disease. Enabling my body to take a rest from digesting new food and provide the opportunity to go back through and process out all the toxins (and nutrients) being stored in fat cells. There are tons of resources but one of my favorites is the The Essene Science of Fasting.

What I realized during my fast and after I began to eat again is how much my emotional state affected my food choices. I asked the question a few days ago on Instagram what folks food addictions were. Many people chimed in and I want all of us to really take a moment to think about what we are sacrificing due to our ingrained habit of emotion suppression through food. For me, it’s clarity of mind, my ideal body and a sense of accomplishment. When I eat “good food” that is typically rich and/or sweet, I feel tired afterwards, and it begins a downward spiral. Of course this is just my own personal experience but I wanted to share it with you in  hopes that you can gain some insight, inspiration and/or motivation.

Valentine’s Day Blues

Greetings beautiful beings!

Valentine’s Day is approaching and I know that this can be a very sensitive and triggering time. I have spoken to many clients who have expressed pain, resentment and an overall sentiment of “failure” around relationships (romantic and otherwise). I have spent some time pondering this and wanted to share some of my own thought and perspectives around pain, grief and loss. (I have and still do experience my fair share).

I wanted to share some ways in which I have been able to process and manage my own feelings around pain, grief, loss and disappointment. I have been broadcasting live on my IG page for the past two days at 11:11am EST and will do so tomorrow (Monday)  as well as a part of my “Clean Heart, Period” series (which I am going to re-do as we’ve been experiencing some technical difficulties…I’ll keep you posted on when) I shared that one of the best ways that I have been able to work through and release pain is to face it. Actually allowing myself the time and space to revisit my painful experiences (notice revisit, NOT relive) with the intention and position of of being the observer. Yes, sometimes it feels difficult and I don’t want to “be bothered” with drudging up old pain, however I have learned that what isn’t revealed can’t really be healed and ironically, we continue to relive and create similar dynamics until we are willing to blow the lid off and look at those things square and direct. One practical way that I revisit and release is through letter writing. Please refer to my last post about it here.

Another way that I dismantle pain’s hold on me, is to consistently and frequently keep myself in a state of gratitude. I mean little things…like “thank you God for allowing me to arrive safely to all my errands today, I appreciate that I have a roof over my head, I am so grateful I can breathe unassisted”. While these things may sound trivial, it is really important to observe and acknowledge all the ways in which our lives are truly blessed, because trust and believe that one glitch in the matrix can change these things and we don’t want to “need” catastrophe to happen to appreciate being able to pick up a phone and read an email.

I want to take a moment to affirm you. You are enough, you have enough and you are loved enough. I have been looking myself in the eye each morning (in my bathroom mirror) and telling myself that. ” I am enough, I have enough and I am loved enough”.  I hope this message has reached and helped someone. I intend to send a few more love notes throughout this week and share some more tools that have and are working for me.

I hope we all have a fantastic week and remember, when we fill our own love cup, we have enough to share and if/when any external situation happens, we have enough of our own supply to be independent of needing anyone else to “love” or “validate” us. What’s even more amazing is that when we truly, deeply love ourselves we magnetize others who do the same.

 

With so much love,

Megan

 

Archery Class & The Law of Attraction

As many of you know I have been, and am now even more intensely studying Universal Law, specifically the Law of Attraction. I took an amazing Archery class yesterday and after watching the footage, I was so inspired and compelled to create this very powerful analogy.

Something inside of me knew that I would take to archery like a natural. I am born under the Sun Sign of Sagittarius and besides that, I have always been very athletic. Once the technique was explained and showed to me once, I never missed the target. After watching the video of my performance, I realized something. Archery is EXACTLY like the law of attraction and therefore life itself. The arrow is us, and we have the power to direct ourselves because the (divine) power, force and momentum is never a question. We are always in a perpetual state of  propelling forward, this is in our divine nature, but the variable is the direction of our propel. Had I pointed my aim at the building behind me, or the person next to me, not only would I not have hit my target, but I could have really harmed someone else in the process.

This sounds so simple and obvious in these terms, however we do this with our attention and focus all the time. We think and say “I really want a great partner” but then we lament over previous experiences that hurt us or we say things like “all men/woman are the same”. We want to manifest more currency in our lives but then we say “Oh I can’t afford that…”. We want to release weight but then we tell ourselves when we look in the mirror “Oh my God I’m so fat”. We will always go where our attention is focused and guided. I have been making it a practice to ONLY ponder uplifting and prosperous thoughts. It takes awareness and intention. Even in the face of contrast, I say to myself “all things are working out for my ultimate good”

I challenge us as we move about our day today to be mindful of the internal self-talk and assess if it’s aiming in the direction of your true desires.

With So Much Love,

 

Megan(2)

 

 

 

 

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Best Case Scenario

Greetings! I want to take a moment and discuss a situation that I recently experienced. Late last month, I took a trip to the Caribbean and I had an amazing time! It was very eye-opening and I gained a lot of perspective on my life and how blessed I am and how many opportunities I have. In all honestly, it exposed how many opportunities that I take advantage of. I returned back stateside with a new passion and commitment to pursue my dreams and goals of impacting as many people as possible in an uplifting and empowering way.
On the last leg of the trip home,  I put my wallet in my carryon bag and boarded the flight. By the time I got home and pulled up to the gas station I realized that my wallet was no longer where I had put it, it was gone. I observed that my mind (and therefore my emotions) immediately went into panic mode. I had my passport, identification cards, money, social security cards, etc in my wallet. My brain scanned in the worst case scenario as I felt the sinking anxiety set in.  I began to consider all the things that I had ‘lost”, along with the tedious processes and expenses I was going to have to go incur. My brain began to visit all  the risks that were associated with someone having access to all of my personal identification and some of my resources. I noticed what was going on and I began to take deep breaths and tell myself “this is going to all work out, God’s got me”. After about 3 minutes I felt a sense of calm and relief…
As I sat parked in the gas station I thought to myself,  you know what I need gas right now I need to get home. (I was supposed to fill up my gas tank before I went to the airport…shoulda listened to my intuition) There was a gentleman at the next pump, so I asked if I could cash app him some money so that he could give it to me so I could put it in my car.  He would not except the money, but still gave me five bucks to get home, which I was extremely grateful for. I began to think ”  you know what I am going to get my wallet back, someone will do the right thing and turn it in because that’s what I would do, and I can only attract what I am”.
I just kept repeating in my mind that I’m going to have my wallet back and I did something kind of risky just to make a declaration to the universe of how sure I was I would receive my wallet back. I did NOT cancel any of my bankcards because I was dead set on getting my wallet back. I am naturally resourceful person, so I had pictures of my car is in my numbers and I was still able to purchase supplies in and do transactions.
The next morning, I went and head and filled out all the lost and found forms and after a couple days I was receiving emails back that said  “Unfortunately we haven’t received any items that match the description….”.
I still didn’t cancel any of my cards. I had faith and believed. During my morning journaling sessions I wrote “God I trust you I trust that you’re going to bring it back to me”. After a few more emails that begun with the word “Unfortunately…” two weeks later, I woke up to an email that said “We are happy to report that we have located…” I jumped up and began to praise GOD!!! YES GOD YES GOD YES GOD!!! Thank you GOD!!!
I went online and paid 30 bucks to have it overnighted to me.
In retrospect, I am very proud of is the fact that I was able to observe my mind and interject a more positive and empowering outcome/scenario. I am so grateful that I am being mindful and intentionally developing the way that I think, respond and react to things that happen in my life.  Because of it,  I was able to interrupt my mind’s natural tendency to kind of go off the wagon and feed into fear.
I wanted to share this because its proof that we literally create with our minds, thoughts and expectations. I am challenging myself/us to really think about what would have happened if I had relegated myself to think. “O well, I’ll chalk it up as a loss.”  Let me go ahead and pay another 200 bucks for my passport,  let me go ahead and cancel all my bankcards (causing a major inconvenience to my business operations and all of my things that I have automatically tied into them).
The moral of the story is that I took action as if what I wanted to happen was already done.  I didn’t jump the gun and start to spend all this unnecessary money or inconvenience myself in ways that were unnecessary because I believed in my heart of hearts that my wallet was coming back to me. It is my theory that it was my belief that it was coming back,  is what caused it to come back. I believe this because it has proved true for me in MANY other scenarios which is why I was so determined and sure that my wallet would be no exception to this universal rule.
I think it’s a normal habit for our minds to automatically go to the worst case scenario. We have been conditioned to perceive this approach as being helpful because we can then “prepare for the worst” and do damage control. But, why prepare for the worst when we could in actuality prepare for the best?
Hopefully this will help you us continue (or start) to observe ourselves in situations where we  tend to respond or react immediately.  and I am you know and I can help you to kind of interject and instead of considering the worst case scenario, begin to insist on the best case scenario.
With So Much Love,
Megan(2)
The Honey Pot
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Releasing Guilt – Abortions

Warning – This post may be triggering for some. I will be discussing abortion and my own experiences.

This has come up quite a bit for me lately in my client sessions and one of the main themes I see tied to it is guilt. Guilt happens to be a perception/emotion that haunts us way after whatever experience that led us to feel guilt in the first place. It’s really a plague that has many of us walking around feeling regret and despair over things that we have no control over, which can be uber disappointing and depressing. 

I used to feel a lot of guilt, depression and sadness over the abortion(s) I decided to have over my lifetime. I would go back and forth, over and under, around and through the different possible “karmic” consequences that may or may not have been a direct correlation to this decision. I beat myself up, pretty badly. I have since noticed that I have a really uncanny ability to drive my own self nuts in my mind through self-talk that is critical, judgmental, unforgiving and even cruel. 

There were a few different things I did to allow myself to heal from this deep rooted pain, regret, remorse and guilt I carried around for years, allowing it to overshadow my accomplishments and make me feel inferior, as if bad things were “destined” to happen to me. The first thing I did was really step back and become observant of my self talk ( hint, that’s always a good place to start when looking to heal any emotional pain). I also became the observer from what I like to call a “zoomed out” vantage point. I zoom out and take into consideration all factors in my decision and begin to cut myself slack because we always make decisions based on what we perceive is the best possible next step for our current situation and dynamics. With truly knowing and understanding that, compassion can soften the sharp and rigidity of the guilt, shame and regret. I had a whole script around how the relationship from which the child was conceived had turned south due to my decision (when in reality it already was south which was part of the reason for my decision).

The next thing I did was to give myself permission to fully grieve the loss of the life that I had conceived. My reasons for deciding the terminate the pregnancies were valid (and ANY REASON IS), however that did not mean that I was exempt from permission to process my emotions around it in a healthy and empowering manner. 

I read some something on how to create a release ritual for my unborn children. It involved actually opening up a dialogue and communicating my emotions around the decision. It also involved naming the child(ren) and truly having a heart to heart conversation. This was highly therapeutic for me because it allowed me to give them identities….names, genders and ages. I wrote to them and then took those letters to a body of water, set them on fire and then set the fiery memorandum afloat in the water. I have since learned and come to know that we as human beings truly do not have the ability to “kill” anyone. We may have the ability to harm and destroy the physical body, but we do NOT have the ability to harm nor destroy any energetic life force. Meaning, even when a person is killed, their energy and spirit live on infinitely and are reborn through another portal. I know this may be a controversial subject and I risk losing some of my readers due to this brazen position, and that’s alright This writing is intended to reach and help any sisters who may be carrying around guilt and baggage for similar decision(s)

I am here to let you know that you are forgiven, GOD forgives you and you ought to forgive yourself, because your decision was the best one you had to make at the time. This is something that is VERY common amongst women and is rarely spoken about openly. We have the right to make decisions about our bodies and reproductive health. We have the right to decide that the consequences outweigh the risk. We have the right to choose ourselves before another person. We even have the right to make mistakes and not judge ourselves for the rest of our lives. Everyone has made mistakes that caused them remorse and/or regret. It’s in the giving of permission of self to truly go and process that remorse and/or regret in which we free ourselves from the inner judgement and criticism. Once we are free from the bondage we hold ourselves to within, nothing or no one without can keep us tied to shame or guilt. 

I hope this message touched you in a positive, affirming and empowering way. 

With So Much Love, 

Megan(2)

The Honey Pot

Am I being ungrateful?

Once I asked myself the question “Megan, are you being ungrateful in any area of your life? I was prompted to truly observe the things that I had access to yet wasn’t valuing. What I realized has blown my mind and caused me to make a serious shift in the way in which I approach my life. The overall and general answer was, time.

Now, I can be honest and say that I am not proud of the things I will divulge here in this blog. I do however want to be honest and transparent in hopes that it may help you to make a shift towards your highest version.
So, I began to analyze my day to day actions/interactions and leveraged them against my “procrastination list” (which, by the way, it’s a GREAT IDEA to make a procrastination list of all the things you “need to get done” but have not yet…) When I took a look at my list of things that need to be done, I was almost embarrassed at how relatively easy the tasks were on my list. When I contemplated  why I didn’t do them yet, my mind said “I don’t have time”…. Really? REALLY?!
Yet, when I look at how my time is being spent, I have literally spent HOURS on social media some days. Yes, I run my business primarily on social media, however one of my goals is to create my OWN space for my clients where I can still connect and offer value to them even if social media were to ever go away. Sooooo, basically I am subconscious sabotaging myself. But why? What is it in me that knows I need to be consistent and intention with my time every day yet decides to go out to lunch or go into a seemingly endless cyber hypnosis. The short answer is “it’s a self worth issue” which is pretty much the basis of anything we’re manifesting that doesn’t make us feel good. It doesn’t make me feel good to be criticizing and guilting myself about things that are looming in my mind that need to be completed.
So, since the main commodity that I found myself to be taking advantage of was time, I contemplated how I could leverage my time better. It came back to one of the very things I talk about! Mornings Matter!!! Waking up early in the morning injects a completely different energy into your day. The energy says “important, immediate, present and prompt”. Let’s face it, most people don’t like waking up early, but many of the greatest influencers and impactful people in the world swear by this one action to create a major shirt and momentum in their lives. I personally want to be a great influencer and highly impactful. I know that’s not everyone’s deal, but if you’re rocking with me and reading this email, we’ve likely already aligned in that area.
This isn’t to say that consistently waking up early will immediately change your entire life (it won’t be immediate, but it will definitely put you on a fast track to transformation). Being very mindful of how you’re spending your time is also crucial. If we can begin to notice when we are squandering time (being ungrateful for it) that could be better used making that dental appointment or taking that walk or going grocery shopping so you don’t have to waste money eating out, then we can take steps to redirect ourselves into a more appreciative frequency.
For example, I have recommitted to waking up early and going hard on my physical training. While I am exerting myself, I repeat the following words in my head “I can, I will, I have, I am”. This phrase is very useful in blocking out negative self talk about how “I don’t feel like” or “don’t want to”. What is repeated in our mind manifests, so… altogether now… I CAN, I WILL, I HAVE , I AM!!!
I hope you got something beneficial from this. Have an amazing and non procrastinative day! (Yes, I made that word up) LOL
With So Much Love,
The Honey Pot

Budding Goddess Vaginal Steam Service

We are excited to share the evolution of our business and the expansive ways to offer value to the community!

Steaming as a rite of passage is especially important for adolescents because our bodies and lives are rapidly transforming during this phase of life. Connecting with and being made aware of the potential to honor, cherish and love your sacred space is profoundly important.
Includes:
-Perineal Steam (25-35 minutes)
-Access to safe, non-judgmental, education around body and spiritual -development.
Honey Pot Special Tea (Detoxifying and Soothing)
Once a young woman experiences her first menstruation, she can enjoy the many benefits of steaming. She will have a choice of seven formulated herbal blends which will be safely heated with alkaline water and then placed under an open seat, upon which you will sit. The perineal tissues and organs will experience immersion in medicinal herbal steam.
This service can be with an adult or independent, it can also be done with other Budding Goddesses.
All steams will be performed in a confidential, compassionate, nurturing and positive space. By connecting with your intimate well-being, you will be empowered to love, honor and heal yourself.
Book your special session with your Budding Goddess here
With So Much Love,
The Honey Pot (Megan)

Emotional Healing Through Steaming

This past week I decided to get onto my IG Live to check in. As I sat in my office, having a conversation with my phone and the beautiful energy on the other end, the conversation found its way to my 3rd birthing story/experience. I have given 4 live births, however I have been pregnant nearly double that many times. (I’ll be discussing abortion and miscarriage in future content)

 

I think it’s definitely safe to qualify any form of life passing through us as traumatic, this time was no exception to that rule.

 

As I began to recall my own particular birth story with my youngest son Jace, I was triggered. I was triggered about the general vibrational frequency I held throughout my pregnancy. I was seen as a “high risk” pregnancy due to being overweight and at risk for preeclampsia.  The relationship from which my son was conceived was “failed” fairly early on and the emotional eating and depression wasn’t helping me to feel better about myself or my indebtedness to my rapidly expanding body which was at the mercy of the pregnancy.

 

When I arrived at the hospital and went to triage at 7 centimeters dilated, irritated and experiencing painful contractions,  I was monitored and soon told to go home with an Ambien prescription and “come back tomorrow”. Besides being infuriated at the dismissive and incompetent medical judgment of the doctor on duty, I was frustrated and disgusted that it was even considered acceptable for a pregnant woman in labor to take a sleeping sedative. I didn’t perceive my “partner” as being emotionally supportive as he snuck out of the room with my phone and decided to take advantage of my vulnerable condition in an attempt validate his own transgressions and insecurities.

 

That is my recollection of this particular birth experience. This magical, divine, extraordinary, spectacular and brilliant reality of bringing forth life felt horrible to me because of the negative feelings and emotions that I experienced and subsequently associated with this experience. When I began to recall this experience on my IG Live broadcast, I felt the tears well up and the lump in my throat grow. I had the immediate revelation that this was still a trauma/subconscious cell that was tucked and stored within me that needed to be released. I decided to steam that evening (on IG Live again) with the intention of my “trauma story” around this experience. ( I used my Victorious Blend)

 

I created an intentional and compassionate space for myself to release in just planning to do the steam, but the steam itself proved to be a very grounding, reflective and healing experience for me. As I began to steam, I initially felt myself get very calm and “wise” about the most empowering way to look back at the experience. It’s funny because I never have been able to articulate that before, I felt the plants wisdom affect my mental processing. It was incredible. I took a very mature stance and really pondered my energetic condition. What I came up with was that my internal state (depressed, dissatisfied, ungrateful and under-appreciated) was having a serious correlation on the things I was attracting into my own experiences.

 

I was so determined to never have that type of experience again that when I found myself pregnant 9 months later, I decided to do things completely naturally. I planned (and did) have my daughter naturally in the water and used a birthing center instead of a hospital. For post partum care I also looked for alternative and holistic methods, which is how I came across vaginal steaming. I was coming for physical recovery but gained so, SO MUCH MORE!

 

I love how even though I thought at the time it was a horrible and disastrous experience, it led me to something that would not only heal me, but assist me to connect to myself and ultimately facilitate other people’s healing as well. I now look back on my 3rd birthing experience as a catalyst in my evolution. It was necessary to push me towards my purpose and my passion, albeit excruciatingly painful.

 

I hope you can relate to this experience in some way. Often we can change our perspective and our trauma story can turn into our triumph story. It sometimes requires that we intentionally make some time to go back and revisit it, and glean more wisdom from it. I am so grateful that I was led to vaginal steaming, and I am also grateful that no matter what we “come for” God knows exactly what we need.