In a Room Full of ‘Woo Woo’ People

It’s always lovely meeting like minded people and having a chance to share experiences and ‘me too’ moments.  Those times and those people help us to grow, learn more about who we are through them, and to explore sometimes untapped parts of our thinking and beliefs by being able to openly discuss them with people like us, who, well, LIKE us.

I’ve just returned from two intensive days at the Doreen Virtue & Radleigh Valentine CACR workshop in Melbourne, where there were more like minded souls in one room than you could possibly imagine. While 600 people might be easy enough to imagine, these people each brought their angels and guides to the party, and so the room was actually jam packed to the rafters (literally) with energy and spirit.

As anyone who has been following my posts for a while will know, we don’t all just arrive on this earth knowing we ‘see dead people’ like in the movie The Sixth Sense.   In fact many of us don’t awaken spiritually until life delivers us big wake up lessons and experiences.  So for those of us who do take a while to emerge into our psychic selves, it’s a sometimes quiet (and scary) place to dwell.  Finding yourself in a room packed with other ‘woo woo’ people is therefore incredibly liberating.

I’m proud to say I’m now 100% comfortable being ‘woo woo’ although it has taken a while.  I’ve been doing readings and delivering channelled guidance for several years now, but was never quite sure how to blend that side of myself with my ‘serious self’.   You know the part where I’d be in the business world, and very  cautious about letting on that I spent a lot of my time ‘talking to myself” (actually conversing with angels and guides) because if they all thought I was nuts that might just cost me a job, friend, respect of a colleague…

Emerging and finally spreaking my  wings after this cocooned existence is still going to take some thinking about at times, but I’m sure that I’m here to serve and help through my abilities as a medium.   And I know there are lots of people who are like this, currently nodding your head as you read this, and thinking… am I ready, am I ok with this?

My reason for posting this particular piece is to encourage you to step outside and flex your wings.  If you don’t feel ready, then start talking with those of us who do ‘get it’ and understand you.  Find your tribe of like minded people who will support you and love you for who you are, and help you to get comfortable with the sunlight on your beautiful wings.

It’s the most liberating feeling in the world when the cocoon phase is finally past.

Blessings,
Dixie Maria