This week’s Sharing Sundays post is from Anna.
I met Veronica and Eloheim a month before I left for medical school in Mexico – that was 2 years ago – unarguably the hardest 2 years of my life.
Amidst the many challenges I have faced, I’ve matured spiritually and emotionally. I have Eloheim to thank. Finding community here in Mexico has not been easy. Listening to the meetings either live or later on my ipod and having private sessions with Eloheim has made a world of difference. I have been supported by their wisdom and many tools.
I do feel as though I’ve evolved. What that looks and feels like is that I am stronger and can handle more uneasiness, more discomfort and more chaos. I can be present. I can observe neutrally – better. I know myself better. I understand and appreciate myself more – including my rhythms and my timing. I trust myself to take care of myself well and treat myself kindly. I care less what others think about me. I’ve learned to ask myself “Do I really want to spend my precious energy and attention on such and such thought?” I can say “wow” not “why” more often. I can see that lots of stuff is happening for me, not to me.
Eloheim is a role model – they communicate so succinctly and clearly, imparting big picture wisdom while addressing the minutia I present them. Eloheim and the Guardians even helped prepare me for my board exams! I feel exquisitely met and understood by them. I am immensely grateful for their support and expansive teachings.
It has been an honor to watch Anna’s journey over the last two years. I am so happy she had a break in her studies so she could contribute to our Sharing Sundays series. Would you like to read other installments in this series?
To read the other installments in our Sharing Sundays series, click here – coming of age ceremony,here – private session experience, here – my favorite Eloheim tool, and here – realizations about victim hood and here – my favorite Eloheim tools.
Would you like to contribute a story to our Sharing Sundays series? Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.