It’s a big theme at the moment.
For me, fear of being judged is a big theme. Of course it leads on from our Witch wound days and the unfair judgment without proof.
But also it is in our daily lives from childhood.
It can lead to a need to blend in. To “be good” to “not rock the boat”.
For me, during my childhood I even got to the point of adopting people’s accents within a short space of time. Here’s another phrase you might remember “Wait until your dad comes home”. “you better be good, otherwise what will that lady think of you”…
I remember hearing about the ‘wrath of God”, a need to repent as I sat in church, knowing that God loved me no matter what and wondering why this was such a different God to the one I had learned about in Sunday school…
When I feel myself slipping into judgment, guilt follows swiftly after. Because I know in my heart it’s not who I really am. Though guilt isn’t a great feeling either. Love is so much more of who I really am.
I can be so easy to slip into the pattern of judging others for having other opinions or beliefs to our own.
Then there’s judging ourselves for not being bright enough/slim enough/pretty enough/just plain enough…
So we can remember the truth of who we really are.
And for me it’s always about returning to Love.
Love for ourself and ‘others’. Who really are just parts of ourselves.
So we can return to wholeness and unity.
Since our witch wound healing, I’m feeling the ancients wanting to be with us to support us in healing.
To create a new, lighter, vibration.
And to shine a light into the future.