I’ve been wandering a bit, looking for a direction for this blog. I think I’ve found it. I’m a Lightworker and Adventurer, and here is my journey. I hope you may find some benefit for you.
Adventuring: The Kumano Kodo (Japan)
Last Fall I was inspired by the documentary: Walking the Camino: Six Ways to Santiago to walk the Camino de Santiago, 500 miles through northern Spain. I got a few minor and major kicks from the universe to get going on that journey, sooner rather than later, so in spring of 2017 I set the date and gave myself 2 months to prepare. I left for St. Jean Pied de Porte, France on July 26th and embarked on my 31-day journey.
When you are working on a dream, you must have one ready in the wings, and I received my next inspiration while still walking the Camino. Some travelers spoke of another long walk — the Kumano Kodo — in Japan, also ancient, also spiritual, and 750 miles. I was hooked. Some weeks after completing the Camino in Spain, I declared my intention to walk the Kumano Kodo. I set the date for the summer of 2019.
While driving to a Mastermind Retreat this past Friday I reflected on my goals and fixed on the Kumano Kodo. I thought about the Camino and the manifestation process I’d experienced. Yes, I had gone, I had made it until the end, and it had been a fantastic trip — and yet it set me back a bit in my finances. And the Camino is a fairly economical walk. From the research I’d done so far on the Kumano Kodo, the expenses would be higher this time, and this time I would not be walking solo — my fiancee was determined to join me on this trip.
So, I decided it’s time to push myself to the next level on this one. New goal: going sponsored on the Kumano Kodo, including: travel to-and-from Japan for me and my fiancee, food and accommodations, updated hiking equipment, possible pet care expenses back at home, expenses for documentation of the journey, and work stipends.
My next thought is that I might approach Japan. I read an article that the Japanese reached out to Spain to learn more about the Camino, wanting Japan’s Kumano Kodo to experience the same popularity. I could help market for them by documenting my journey!
My next thoughts were:
- I know 2 people from Japan.
- I’m reading Tools of the Titans by Tim Ferriss, and I just got to the section entitled: “Hacking Kickstarter.” I could copy those pages and start from there.
And that’s as far as I’ve gotten so far. . . If you have any other ideas, please share the love! But before I go, I also have some news in the Lightworker arena.
Lightworking: A Little “Healing Touch”
I was inspired over the past few weeks to pick up my Healing Touch manual again. I was certified in Level 1 Healing Touch a few years ago. A therapist at work just received Level 3 certification in Healing Touch, and I received a wonderful healing from her. And just this past week I received a sound healing/Reiki/massage that was also just what I’d needed.
I’ve been certified in Level 1 Reiki and Level 1 Healing Touch, and I’ve attended the Hands of Light weekend workshop. I’ve also been told in multiple intuitive reports that I have the “healing touch”, and that it would be beneficial to use it. It finally feels like it’s time.
Saturday I practiced the Self-Chakra Clearing and felt a difference. I then practiced the Chakra healing on two family members who also felt a difference. (My goal is to do the clearing on myself every day and to do it for others at least once a week and possibly my pets.) I’ve also been reading The Healing Energy of Your Hands by Michael Bradford and am really enjoying it (half-way done).
I feel I have more direction now. I am a lightworker and adventurer: manifesting adventures, spreading the word of self as creator, and embracing my abilities as a healer. I thank the Great Spirit, angels and all entities of light for their continued guidance, love, and protection. And thank you for another day.
Much love and many blessings. ❤