This week in Adelaide we have had the worst storm in recent history. The conditions were extreme and there were tornados that took out the state’s power supply and flooding in rural areas.
Last night while bunkering down during very strong winds and heavy rain, I saw on the weather report it was predicted to be very warm and sunny the following week. It seemed impossible to be predicting warm and sunny weather in a few days when it was so stormy.
But this is how cycles work and also how personal healing works.
When we bring in “love and light” energy (higher vibrational healing energies) they literally shine a light on what needs to be brought to the surface to be seen and felt and processed so these denser parts of us no longer subconsciously affect our choices and our limited mindsets. We then feel like we are experiencing a “shit storm” of emotions and feelings while we are processing buried energies, and the storm rages within us, it feels like it will never end….. but then the clouds part and we feel the bask of the warm glow of light, love and peace. Then the process starts again…..
Not only is the cycle of weather a good analogy for how inner healing works, but the recent storms in Adelaide may have stirred up an “inner storm” within many people. When something happens outside of ourselves (in our environment) it can be a perfect reflection of what is within us that still needs to be processed and healed. It is a great healing opportunity for personal growth and transformation.
With the power off and phone networks down this could have left people feeling very isolated and cut off from the world. Inner anxieties can build within because this was a situation that no one could control and the lack of information meant that people could not prepare for what was happening outside, because they could no longer track the weather map or get news updates on danger.
If this happened in your reality, then it could have been showing you to let go of fear and of the unknown and to trust in the process and cycle of life.
Sometimes it takes these events to help bring up to the surface what we need to see about ourselves that we couldn’t see before.
I heard others report that they enjoyed the peace and solitude and personal connections they formed during the blackout and loved hearing the sounds of the wind, rain and thunder outside. While in others this would have caused anxiety, fear and emotion. The outer events help bring up what is within us ready to be seen, heard and felt. It is a very individual process.
So if you are going through an inner storm of change and emotions, know that the clouds will part and the sun will shine very soon. Don’t be afraid to feel what you need to feel and see what you need to see so that you can move through your healing cycles and transform.
I believe that knowing who we are at our unique soul level holds the key to living an authentic and joyful life. Once we know who we are, we can begin to BE who we are, and then BECOME who we were always destined to be.
Copyright 2023 Paula Vanderzon