Natural Law - April 2020

March 31, 2020

 

 

 

We are all self-governing.

Let us call upon our ancestors and teachers - past and present,

to guide us in the way of the Heart.

You are all my relations. All is One.

 

 

Namaste.

 

This is a time of personal, societal and global transformation. Collectively, we are in a cocoon, and in the cocoon, a caterpillar turns to…MUSH! It’s true. 

 

Therefore, this mass retreat raises discomfort in the form of unresolved pain and trauma, and limiting beliefs. The cocoon is a container for metamorphosis, therefore, this is a time where we all can make transformative change and experience healing. This also applies to institutions and systems. What a gift! 

 

Make the time to retreat. Meditate. Sing. Dance. Paint. Walk and sit in nature - everyday. This is a sacred time. Notice when discomfort arises for you, and know this is where your unique healing potential exists.

 

Choosing to sit in the discomfort (mush) and stay present with your heart, harnesses the great potential of this call to stillness. Stepping off the rat wheel, and setting reasonable limits with technology, will help you to stay in your centre.

 

This is the Age of Aquarius, the transformation of the collective consciousness. Mother Nature provides undeniable assurance that all is in divine order, as she glows, restores and regenerates - whilst the world retreats. 

 

In perfect time (and not before), we will emerge from the cocoon – a miraculous global transformation.

 

Let’s take care of ourselves and each other.

 

With Blessings,

Helene

 

 

In-person services at Yemaya are suspended due to COVID-19

 

Remote Services now Available:

*Remote Reiki Treatments

*Remote Deep Listening Session

*Martha has taken her Yogalates classes online. Contact her for more details 0447 669 679

 

Visit www.yemayacentre.com.au for more information.

 

 

 

Helene Collard is a trauma-aware, culturally-fit, strengths-based facilitator, and a Reiki Teacher & Practitioner. Helene is a first generation Australian, with strong ancestral roots to Mauritius and France. Helene is a Lead Facilitator for We Al-li, an Aboriginal trauma-informed organisation that contributes to research, and delivers training to individuals, organisations and communities. Helene has delivered We Al-li workshops in metropolitan, regional and remote areas of Australia, including in NSW, Qld, Vic, NT, WA & SA. Helene has also presented at conferences, forums and staff development days. Helene has been practicing Reiki since 2007 and began sharing and teaching Reiki professionally in 2015. In 2016, Helene founded the Yemaya Centre for Reiki and Wellbeing, in Lismore, NSW, and continues to practice and teach Reiki there. Helene is an advocate for Reiki in health care settings and hopes to lead such a program in the future. Outside of work, Helene has two children which keep her laughing and active, a loving partner, and a large extended family who mostly live in Melbourne, where Helene grew up. Not surprisingly then, Helene is a lifelong and vocal supporter of the Collingwood Football Club, and is a great lover of music and the arts, and is currently learning to play the guitar and sing. For information, enquiries and bookings visit www.yemayacentre.com.au or phone 0405 656 797.

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