Your Body is A Portal to Truth. Enter and Be Transformed.


This is such a fantastic post by Bethany Webster that mirrors my own thoughts and what I feel important to share with others, as many times as needed.

Some of my favorite things she shares:

Transformation isn’t fully real until it takes root in the body.

…the need to reach the final destination was really a defense against the un-processed grief within

Relief from the pain comes from opening to the pain

Our bodies are always in the present moment. Our bodies are always telling us the truth.

We must measure our transformations, not by the number of years we’ve been on the path, the number of books we’ve read, or the teachers we’ve studied with, but by the depths we have gone to in our own process. This is only something only we can know about ourselves. It’s a private kind of integrity. It’s a combination of commitment and surrender. The question really is ‘How can I live in each moment in alignment with what I know to be true?’ and ‘How can my words and actions line up with my deepest truth?’ Sometimes we can feel the hunger for this kind of alignment in our very cells.

Digestion cannot be rushed. It’s done when it’s done. We can imagine concepts as nutritious food that takes time to digest and become integrated into the body.

There is no “Away.”There are no shortcuts. We each must do the work.

…the results of your transformation rest solely with you, because only you can determine how deeply you digest the material and how actively use the roadmap you’ve been given.

You are Nature. Your body has seasons of it’s own.

Thank you Bethany for sharing such a wonderful post ❤

Womb Of Light

Goddess Flidais. Art print by Amanda Clark

I’ve spoken to some folks who glance at the 7-step process of healing the mother wound and say “I already know all this” or “I’ve done these steps already” yet they still have all the painful symptoms of the mother wound. What’s clear is that they may know the concepts on a cognitive level but the process hasn’t actually reached the visceral level of the body.

Transformation isn’t fully real until it takes root in the body.

Cognitive understanding is very important but it isn’t enough to transform us and create lasting, meaningful change. Over the years,  I’ve met folks who have spent decades on a spiritual journey but the process was taken almost entirely in their minds. They may still struggle with basic living skills although they’ve worked with several gurus, read tons of books or even teach their own workshops! This is not surprising as we live in…

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Tania Marie is an international Reiki Master Teacher, Intuitive Energy Guide, Sound Channeler, Visionary Artist, and Author. With over 25 years’ experience in healing arts and metaphysical studies, Tania inspires people globally to embody their essence, access creative empowerment, expand into more conscious awareness, and to harness their magick and imagination to create alchemy for living in harmony.

Posted on February 6, 2015, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. A brilliant share and one I couldn’t agree with more♡
    I got goosebumps reading it… I was just trying to convey this earlier today in a session with one of my students. I’m going to email her the article 🙂 cheers!

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