However much I tell my daughter that I love her, let me tell her and all of us how much I love her. Do my mom, also.
By the time her dad and I created the pregnancy that resulted in my wonderful daughter, I was in my 30s, at the time something considered somewhat outrageous. I was so ecstatic!
My darling girl was birthed amids fanfare and hoopla, as she opted to arrive “prematurely,’ though perfectly for her and all of us. What with placenta abruptia, there was calm collected drama, as she debuted six weeks before due date, perfect, whole and complete. My mom walked through the entire nursery and pronounced my daughter the best of the bunch.
My mom and I had often had an adversarial relationship. For her to be the mother of a mystic intuitive was, perhaps, unexpected. I would offer advice when I was slightly larger than a tadpole; she would frequently toss it aside. When, as an older woman, preparing for her final times on this Earth and she asked me and my sister how she came to be where she was, I answered her lovingly and metaphysically, and my sister responded mundanely and practically.
So often, my mother would tell me she didn’t understand what I was saying. I would slow my words, break down the meaning into smaller bites, and deliver it. Then, I would tell her that I was speaking to that part within her that DID understand. She would get quiet, opening the way. I would say what I was guided to say, and stop. Then my mom’s energy, consciousness and comprehension would shift, she’d look at me, sometimes shrug, and we’d be back to what passed for normal with us.
My daughter was brilliant, bodacious, beautiful and beguiling right from the start. How many babies weigh in at 3 lbs 12 oz, and are fully healthy? My mom — and dad — loved her from the get-go, even though they refused to even meet her father, my former mate.
I admired my daughter’s courage, her cuteness, her capabilities. When she reached 10 lbs, I knew she was here to stay. Now, a magnificent young woman with children of her own — my precious grands!!!! — she knows how to take care of her family both financially and lovingly. Finances had been less than my strongest suit. As a child, she painted, sang, danced, made jewelry and pottery, played sports, and excelled at school. I became her mom/dad, when I left my former spouse, and then, some years later, he passed on.
Her courage in continuing, and, yes, I did get a therapist, was awe-inspiring to me. My daughter’s strength, gentleness, mind, sparkling eyes, and so much more bring absolute joy to my heart.
My mother’s senior gentleness, openness, appreciation of me, were balm to my soul. We may say that we don’t need our mom’s love, and that is a lie. Inside all of us, we all need, seek, crave the love of our mothers, even if we differ with some of who they and we are. Unimportant. There is a biological, chemical, spiritual, emotional, energetic, karmic link that is life-altering between moms and daughters.
I urge you, whoever you may, whatever your life story, heal everything within you regarding your mother (and father), whether your mom is alive or passed on. This is for your greater good, and for life on this planet.
If you would like to be the most illustrious you possible, allow this transformation to occur. If you would like to give your daughter — or son — one of the best gifts imaginable, this is it. A clear, centered, present, loving, in-the-moment, fully-present, multidimensional, consicous and aware, healthy you!!!!
Thank you and may you be blessed in every way possible.
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“I will NEVER do this to my children!!!” Did you ever say that to you while you were growing up,? Were you convinced that you would totally refrain from doing any of the awful stuff foisted upon you by your mom? Even if you absolutely loved and love your mother — as pretty much all of us do — what about those times when your mom’s issues got the better of her, and she used the “look,” or smacked you, or belittled you, or had that razor voice, or beat you, or locked you in a closet, or whatever it was for you?
Have you ever discovered yourself doing almost exactly to your child or children what you swore you would never repeat from your mom’s repertoire? OMG, what about her words or attitudes popping out of your mouth, and you wonder, ‘Where did THAT come from?”
The good, the bad and the shocking truth of the effect out moms have on our lives is that unless we really work on, in and with ourselves, despite how brilliant, how aware, how loving we are, whether we prefer to or not, we almost always WILL repeat some of the patterns we experienced with our moms. This can be fabulous, and it can be atrocious.
What to do about this? We all know that our words, our belief systems, our internal dialog (ID) effect our lives, and can bring to fruition our deepest dreams and our most nasty nightmares. So, we work on our thoughts, saying, “delete, delete, delete” to the disparaging internal thoughts we may have.
I have been working on myself since I’m a young girl. Yes, I was born with a higher consciousness from the start. This is part of being a mystic intuitive. Nonetheless, to my utter horror, I repeated some of the worst things I experienced with my mom. Did I apologize? You bet!!!! Have I done internal work, energy work, spiritual work, mental work, emotional work? For sure. I am ever honing that ID (internal dialog) so I can live as the best possibility of my authentuc self. My daughter and I have a very real relationship, love each other tremendously, and both work on it, too.
So many women — and men — have come to me, wondering why they can devolve into feeling like a little unworthy kid when speaking with their respective moms. “Why can’t I be the accomplished talented adult I am when I’m with her, or someone who reminds me of her? “What can I do about this, so we both are living in the here and now?” (rather than the there and then)
To have peace in the world, we start with ourselves. We are the one. Each and ever one of us. We start in Spirit, the in-between, then the womb. To clear ourselves, make peace with the ID and our own energetic “implants” takes work. It’s more than affirmations, as important affirmations are.
If we refrain from doing this, what do we have? We have what we have now. Who wants to continue with the world’s people behaving in the tumultuous self-sabatoging ways that can come to any and all of us? Yes, some of us more than other, definitely.
To answer this call, I created my LIKE MOTHER, LIKE DAUGHTER – Really? teleseminar on Tuesday, Sept 24th, 7-8 pm EDT $11 for the live experiential event. Registrataion permits you to listen to the Teleseminar at any time afterward if you are unable to attend Tuesday evening. There are ongoing opportunities also.
I am impulsed — even when I want to just hide — to do this. Source has called on me, since I was a little girl, to be and do what I am here to do to create transformation, peace, consciousness upliftment, women’s empowerment-enlightenment-rights-responsibilities.
I invite you to check this out. http://www.TheMothersManual.com/Empowered-Mom-Teleseminar-1/
We are all in this together. What kind of world would we be living in if we were all at peace inside with our mothers? If we can stay centered and present in the NOW when we’re with her? Even if she is in Spirit, how would we love to be free?
We can take our steps to create this world. It’s up to us, and this is one of the ways.
Have an absolutely blessed day!!!!!!!
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One of the greatest joys this mom has is also being a GRAMMIE to three fabulous grand-children.
I leave tomorrow to visit these wonderful young people. To maintain privacy, I’ll use initials only.
L is a four-year-young amazing active adorable little girl.
O is now 2, and has managed to potty-train herself by following the lead of her sister.
H just turned 1, and I look forward to giving him his presents in person, with a gift each of my grand-daughters.
So, how to make a visit as pleasant as possible?
Here is what I intend to do, so I’ll share:
Seven Tips for a Successful Visit
1. Center yourself daily! Be in your inner peaceful place. Allow this peace to emanate from you.
2. Love yourself all the time. In this space of love, also definitely love your family members, friends, “other” as best you can, the planet.
3. Remember, this is their home with their rules. You are a visitor here. Be sure to treat everyone with respect, and be treated by everyone with respect.
4. Bring joy to everything. Add JOY as a daily ingredient and create a minimum of 15 minutes of JOY daily.
5. Be a contribution. Always find a way to make whatever is happening better, more enlightened, more loving, more beneficial.
6. Speak and Interact with Loving Wisdom in your heart, mind, body and attitude. Whatever you have to say, remember, Love is the Highest Way to Communicate. This has to be real. Go back to # 1, if need be.
7, Pray, Meditate, BREATHE, Affirm, Fill With GRATITUDE and Stay Connected to Source/Goddess/God/Essence. Do this several times daily. From this core, you will be Guided about what to say, when to be silent, when to give, when to receive. If you find yourself getting distressed, then PAUSE, and inhale and exhale slowly and deeply from your diaphragm in three-part breathing. Do this a minimum of three times.
I am so looking forward to seeing these energetic, blessed little beings!!!!!!!!!!!!!
May your life be filled with joy!!!!!!!!!!!
On another note, yes, I am beyond grateful that President Obama continues as President. More on that in another post.
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