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Rewilding your self

The more I embrace my wild nature, the more I evolve as the trees and the animals, day after day, remembering Nature, my Nature.

In shamanism, we use direct observation of Nature and Spirit guidance to teach us how to live a good life. Our grandmothers and grandfathers, the fire, the water, the wind, the Earth, the stones, the animals, and the plants are ancient guides who whisper to us how to take the right next step.

It is through the deep surrendering of the ego, allowing the shedding of identity, and flowing free like a river that we can become who we are meant to be.

The only safety is the one of the deep holding of the Creator with its infinite unconditional love for the greatest version of ourselves and the present limited self.

If we can attempt to see through the eyes of the Creator even for one second, we might perceive the perfect image of who we are, and who we are trying to birth.

I will keep walking with faith, keep praying for my grandmothers and grandfathers, keep honoring my ancestors, keep listening to the land, and keep opening my heart to all my relations. In that place, it is me that is revealed. Me that is seen and seeing. Me that is loved and loving.

Anyone who knows me, should learn to know me again; for I am like the moon, you will see me with a new face everyday.

I will keep changing. I will keep opening. Angell Deer

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Thank you. It is about our essence in communion with all other essences, in unity with Creator. “The wild” brings that out in us.


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