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  • Writer's pictureSusan Lee Woodward

What Do You See?

"The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeing new sights, but in looking with new eyes." ~ Marcel Proust

What do you see? It's me holding the whole world in my hands. But really, it's an illusion. I am standing at the top of a very long staircase, and the world is hanging from the ceiling about 30 metres behind me. I like the idea of having control over our entire planet because, well, if I had my way, it would be a little different here on the earth plane. What we are looking at with our human eyes is not always an accurate measure of what's really going on.

I work as a Medical Intuitive and "read" other peoples energy. When I "look" I can see childhood traumas, past life issues, miasms (carrying someone else's energy), genetic predispositions, physical symptoms, and emotional connections to health that resembles an umbilical chord attached to a heart condition or a diabetes diagnosis. We all have some form of handicap (emotional injury) that can effect our day, our week, and sometimes a lifetime, if not healed. This takes repetition of healthy interactions, time, and a nurturing environment to repair the synaptic connections that brought us to an inaccurate way of seeing who we are at our core. There is nothing more explosive than two people trying to heal a wound from the same place that got them there.

I want you to go to the mirror and take a good look at yourself, and say "I love you". Seriously, please do this. Do it every day while you are brushing your teeth, or getting ready for work. Just do it dammit. We are wired for connection, love, and community. It is the DNA of your soul essence. Look at your neighbour, really look at your neighbour and say hello. Smile at a passerby on the street. Listen to your children with complete attention. Make eye contact with as many people as you can every day. It's not a coincidence that the eyes are the "window to the soul". Don't just look, but see. Honour yourself, honour others. If you are having a bad day and a friend says, "How are you?", tell the truth. Allow them the honour of witnessing your struggle. Let it hit the air. This is how we build our beautiful planet; one connection at a time, starting with you.

"I see you, I hear you, what you say matters to me." ~ Oprah Winfrey.

In Love and Light ~ Susan Lee Woodward

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