Our Mirrors Are Alive - 
Is that an intriguing or scary thought?

The deep, dark waters that surround our lives serve as mirrors, reflecting both our hidden or forbidden truths and our brightest aspirations. To uncover your authentic self and explore your beliefs, consider these gentle suggestions, inspired by the wisdom of the Lemurian Star Mothers.

Here are some ways you can explore yourself in an empowered and conscious way. One of the first things we can do is use the influence of crystals to boost our strength. This crystal is excellent to build inner strength:

Lemurian Stone of Revelation: Red Ruby - This precious stone embodies strength, stability, and healing. It aids in soothing anxieties, managing anger, and embracing new beginnings. It invites you to delve into the depths of your being, to confront your shadows, fears, and insecurities, while fostering self-reliance and independence.

Use practices that help expand your self-awareness. I like to call those sessions “deep dives.” Here is how you can do that:

Deep Dive: Take a journey into your personal Sea of Confusion. Look at all the chaos, negativity, and weirdness you swim in. As you navigate these murky waters, you may encounter aspects of yourself that you've kept hidden or have never really understood. Once you see it, you can’t unsee it. That is the time to embrace the turbulence, for within it lies the opportunity to rediscover your truth. Let the currents reveal what lies beneath your confusion, knowing that each revelation brings empowerment and growth. Be courageous.

That Mirror doesn’t lie: Working with your personal mirror can be a profound and rewarding experience. It serves as a reflection of your inner shadows. Step into the Magic Mirror and behold yourself as you truly are. Though it may seem daunting, you cannot heal what you do not acknowledge. If needed, you can leave the mirror and take yourself into your inner darkness by using an eyeshade to see what shows up on your inner movie screen. You will see things in dynamic clarity which will assist you to discern truth from illusion. Shadows may appear as demons or manifestations of inner darkness, but remember, they are not real; only the spirit of new creation is. Dare to explore the depths of your being, uncovering both the light and the darkness within. What truths does your mirror reveal? Be brave and honest.

To aid in your exploration, consider these questions, either choosing one like an oracle or addressing them all. (use a dice if desired) Speak them aloud and journal your insights:

  1. Fears - Explore your fears of death, vulnerability, success, relationships, and more.
  2. Insecurities - Reflect on feelings of inadequacy and lack of personal power.
  3. Reactive Behaviors - Examine tendencies toward anger, envy, betrayal, and gossip.
  4. Self-Serving Traits - Consider selfishness, lack of empathy, and feelings of superiority.
  5. Addictive Behaviors - Investigate patterns related to substances, sexuality, and obsessions.
  6. Anger Management - Delve into feelings of resentment, judgment, and arrogance.

Through introspection and honesty, may you navigate the waters of self-discovery with courage and compassion, embracing both your light and your shadows on the journey toward healing and renewal.

Excerpted ©2020, "Lemurian Journey®," A Fantasy Playboard Adventure" by Shara Gardner

Written by Shara Gardner

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