I am a Healer, Psychologist, educator and Sound Therapist with an avid interest in consciousness and transpersonal experiences. Oh and did I mention Astrology?
The Shopping List
I went to the local supermarket yesterday. The usual thing. Large superstore (not Tesco I boycott them!). Too many choices but not necessarily what you want or need. Being August it was full of screaming children exhibiting and expressing moods and behaviours that all the adults would also love to release with regard to the weekly shop!
The trolley I took had wheels that all worked in tandem. That was a bonus to add to my coupon for 86p off my bill which, when one considers it, I only had due to being 'overcharged' last time. I noticed an old shopping list in the bottom of the trolley on a faded yellow post it note. I chose to ignore it until...
As I emptied my shopping into the car a sudden gust of wind lifted the small piece of paper from the trolley and placed it delicately upon my last bag of goods. I felt compelled to look at it and was intreagued.
Wine - white
2 x nightdresses
As a tee-total pyjama wearer I felt highly amused and indeed began to muse upon the possible reasons behind this list of purchases. I felt a story coming on but perhaps I should leave that to your own imagination!
What I really wondered about was what sort of impression do we each leave upon the environment as we go about our day to day? We all exude an energetic signature like a faint trace of scent. This occurs not just in the form of physical messages such as shopping lists or contact like a hug. It goes far deeper than this. Our moods and states of mind do not stay within our heads but can be picked up by those around us whether we are present or have just passed by.
So what energetic fingerprint did you imprint upon the people and places with whom and which you have interacted today? Did you leave bitterness, remorse or anger or are there still memories of fondness, love and affection? An atmosphere is potent and can be contracted faster than the common cold. What you pick up may not be be something on your shopping list but you are likely to find yourself buying into it and taking it home with you. Be mindful of the effect the environment has on you and in turn be careful what you spread!
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