Posts by soulconn

What’s Your Element?

Posted by on Oct 22, 2016

What’s your Element? Have you ever wondered why some people drive you crazy while others have you smiling ear to ear? Why do you bump and collide with some and others you bond with so effortlessly? Why some people are so familiar, as if you knew them all your life and beyond? As I pondered these questions I received an image of a water molecule. Water molecule? As an Intuitive, most of my “information” is received through images, and feelings. I don’t search for a logical answer, or enter into creative imagination, I simply allow myself to receive without filtering. When I asked what the water molecule meant I was shown how we are all like the Elements on a periodic table. I am not a science major however I could “see” all of this unfold. Just like all the elements on the periodic table are the building blocks of life, WE are all necessary to the WHOLE. We are pure in our own natural state with our own unique structures, properties, and characteristics. We have our own unique melting point, and exploding point! We have a natural affinity towards some elements while we are totally repelled by others. We may have been a couple of happy gassy hydrogen atoms floating in space before we bonded with handsome Mr. Oxygen. Then the magic happened and we created and became beautiful life sustaining water! As we pass by other elements on our path, we are bound to collide with some, hold hands with others, push some aside, and chase after a few. Sometimes we create beauty, and sometimes we create destruction. We are always creating! Each one of us are powerful co-creators! So what’s your element? What are you creating? Perhaps when you look at the other on your journey, you may see that they are perfect and necessary in our planetary flask. They may not blend well with you but they are still necessary and perfect to the whole. There is no need to judge another element, neither do we have to form bonds that we know result in chaos and combustion. We can simply scan our environment and be discerning about whom we tango with. At times we lose a few electrons and at times we gain some to stabilize. We are all in this soup together and the recipes are limitless.   Jas...

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We Teach What We Need To Learn Most!

Posted by on Sep 16, 2016

  “We teach what we need to learn most” they say. The meaning of this is sinking in deep within me. Growing up as a child I craved unconditional love, feeling happiness, being enveloped in peace, and having deep meaningful connections. I searched around me to obtain that which would give this ALL to me. Maybe it would be DOING this behaviour, BEING this way, STUDYING psychology, WORKING in healthcare, FINDING the husband, BUYING a beautiful home, HAVING that child, PARTYING with friends, FOLLOWING religions, TRAVELING to sacred places, JOINING groups and so on. Needless to say, none of this gave me what my soul craved. As what my soul craved was not found outside of me.  It craved ME. All I needed to DO was to BE with my soul. Connect with it. Love it. Experience happiness and peace merging my”self” with it. As I learn to merge with my soul and then see “outward”, my reflection is no longer the same. The mirror in which I see myself no longer shows me that which was. That which was lacking is now abundant. I have stepped into a magical land where creative possibilities are infinite. Our power is activated through our connection to our Spirit. So when someone says, “We teach what we needed to learn most “. I now see how that is my absolute truth. Jas Dhillon Image Artist, Angelica...

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Seeing the Mirror

Posted by on Aug 12, 2016

I packed my suitcase with expectations and hope and set out to visit the magic stream. I saw many allies and teachers surround me, and felt spirit of place move about. I visited the moon and witnessed the stars transform, my purpose was illuminated in the hearts of souls. I was given gifts of creativity, some known and some previously unknown. As I stood in the seed of creation I tapped into consciousness never experienced before. Tears that could not be explained, began to roll down beyond control. My hands tingled and I felt enormous, while deep peace filled my entire core. I met my goblin who reminded me, of all my limitations I had ignored. I began to listen and commiserate with him, and found comfort sailing in his boat. My observer rode along with me, watching in awareness all that would unfold. With my goblin I sailed, looking through the goggles it had given me to wear. Together we visited ghostlands, the land of lack and many others that called out. I saw all the wounded parts within me being projected onto those I valued outside of me. My nightmares were coming to life as I uncomfortably tossed about. I finally woke up to see the circus, all the monkeys swinging around. I stopped the boat and removed my spectacles, and decided that it was time to go. Stepping out I looked back at my goblin, with love and appreciation for illuminating my darkness. I took the path leading me back home, with gratitude beaming from my heart. I made amends with my teacher, graciously accepting the love that was always there for me. I tossed my pocket mirror behind me and built a full size mirror ahead of me. As I gaze into my new mirror, I recognize it shows me all I hold within me. When I do not see Love reflected back to me, that is when I step back and not forward. For it is In the distance that I can see the Truth, while up close I get sucked into the illusion.  Jas...

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Aged Perfection

Posted by on Aug 9, 2016

    To all the young beauties out there who think us older women want the youthful appearance you hold onto so dearly. Please know that if we had a choice to have a youthful appearance or aged wisdom we would choose being our aged wise self every single time. We’re like an aged cheddar, mouth watering, rich, delicious and always leaving you wanting more. A cracker comes in many shapes, forms, colours and can be made into beautiful perfection. However a cracker alone is just a cr…acker which easily snaps, cracks, crumbles and flakes. Aged Cheddar on the other hand transforms dullness into irresistible goodness, leaving all wanting to be in its company. We have put in our time and earned our marble throne. We sit in a place where we love ourself exactly as we are with all our imperfections. My dear cracker, enjoy the toppings you add to yourself now, as the day will come when you too will be able to stand alone, in your nakedness feeling your richness. Jas...

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Freedom from the ancestral grip

Posted by on Jul 8, 2016

This post also appears on simply woman I sat next to my sick Mother in the hospital today listening to her tell me stories from her past. As I listened to these stories about other people I noticed a common theme. They were all about suffering and traumas that people endured over their lives. I watched her as she would retell these stories over and over again and then tear up in the process. This is where it suddenly struck me! This place of sadness, and suffering was a familiar place to me at one time. As a child I would listen to these tales very intently and would take the place of the “victim” in the story. I would imagine and feel all the possible emotions this person would have felt. Yet here I sat today, unwilling to go “there” to that once familiar place of sadness. I no longer became emotional even when I watched my Mom cry. I had no interest in the story neither did I pay attention to the details. Instead I looked into my Mom’s tear filled eyes and asked, “Mom, is there anyone you know who has a happy life?”  She responded very quickly and with certainty.  “Even the greatest Kings and Queens who have lived in the world had to go through immense struggles and challenges!” There it was! I recognized the belief that I had lived with all my life. Life couldn’t be easy, happy, and filled with love. So how was it that I sat here today unable to visit that familiar place of sadness and suffering with my mom? She needed company here didn’t she? This is when I realized I had broken free of the legacy of my ancestors!  It had taken me over a decade of self work for me to break free. After numerous books, workshops, courses, healings, processes and practices, I was able to narrow it down to 4 simple questions which helped me break free from my ancestral grip. Is this thought that I am thinking one that I feel good about? If not, what thought would feel better? “Insert new thought”. Is this action/reaction constructive or destructive to my desired outcome? If destructive, then what would be a constructive action/reaction? How would I see my current circumstances ten years from now when I look back at my life?  Gaining a new detached perspective made it easier to travel through the storms of life. If my current circumstances were pleasant I was able to see the beauty, magic, and gifts of the moment from a greater life perspective. Is this true?  Can there be another truth that I can adopt? This was the question I asked of all beliefs I had adopted from my legacy. For example, “men are abusive.” Is this true?  “Yes.” Is this true for all people?  “No.” If it is not true for all then why does it have to be true for me? It is not true. All men are not abusive. I can adopt a new belief where I can choose to relate to men who are not abusive. I had diligently asked myself these questions daily for over a decade. I had no idea at the time that I was creating a whole new way of thinking, behaving, seeing, believing, being and becoming in the world!  I was no longer living by repeating the same energetic patterns of my ancestors. I had a choice. When I asked these questions my choices became clearer. I am grateful to my Mother, and all those who came before her for...

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