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Honest Organization and Nesting

Your Host - Katie B

 

SHOW NOTES

On this episode of the Real Rebel Podcast Audio Coffee edition, we talk about honest organization and nesting. What the heck am I talking about?

Good question.

When we’ve been working and calling forward our desires for a long time, when we’ve walked through the fire (and countless others after that), we can be sure that whatever energy we’ve been putting out there, is on its way back.

However, the universe doesn’t return energy instantly. It usually skips a beat or two. Which can be an excellent time for some honest organization or nesting (for lack of a better word).

In other words, it’s a great time to prepare for everything that we’ve been calling forward. It’s a great time to get really honest with ourselves about certain messes in certain dark corners we’ve been allowing to collect copious amounts of dust.

These are the things that slowly drain our energy over time. Perhaps it’s our finances? A relationship we know we’ve should have vamoosed from a long time ago? A shift in our career we’ve been needing to make? Or a certain body movement situation we’ve been putting on the back burner?

Whatever it is, we owe it to ourselves to clear it out of our reality so we can more fully hold space for the things we’ve been walking through countless fires for.

Your Host - Katie B

Key Points

  • Riff on honest organization and nesting

  • Card pull (x1)

  • Monday Mashup

LINKS & MENTIONS

Raven Symbolism

Mischievous and curious, the Raven plays many very important roles in Pacific Northwest Coast Culture. For some he symbolizes creation, transformation, knowledge, prestige as well as the complexity of nature and the subtlety of truth. He also symbolizes the unknown and is there to show that every person sees the world in a different way as another. The Raven was often called upon to clarify truths in visions, as the wise elders knew that what the eye sees is not always the truth. Many of the original peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast refer to him as a helper to the creator, and it is believed by some that messages from the creator of the cosmos are buried in the wings of the Raven only to be released to the families most deserving of his knowledge. The Raven is a long distance healer and is known as the “keeper of secrets,” he helps us in our lives by exposing the truth of keeping secrets that could potentially harm us, in doing so he helps us back to good health. The Raven was only ever feared if misused.

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Grasshopper Symbolism

“When the grasshopper appears to us we are being asked to take a leap of faith and jump forward into a specific area of life without fear. Usually that specific area is one that we have avoided and is often connected to change on a larger scale. This can represent a change in location, relationships, career or just in the way we perceive ourselves.

Grasshoppers can only jump forward….not backward, or sideways. So, when grasshopper shows up he could be reaffirming to you that you are taking the right steps to move forward in your current situation. Or it could be that he is telling you to go ahead and move forward, getting past what is hindering you. This is why grasshopper is the symbol of good luck all over the world. Grasshopper’s ability to connect and understand sound vibrations is why he is also a symbol of your inner voice. he could be telling you to trust yours.”

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MUSIC

Intro: Custom Track by Extra Deluxe

Throughout Monday Mashup & Outro: Oracle by Peryruis

Music Credit:

Oracle by Peyruis https://soundcloud.com/peyruis

Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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