How many times in a life is one invited to the initiation of a new worldwide spiritual venture?
What a rarity — what an opportunity.
After weeks of contemplation on how to discuss the Premiere Event, we were given the most accurate word. When this understanding came, it reverberated so through our bodies (and hearts & minds) that our breath was literally taken away.
This Saturday, there will be a birthing.
It resonated completely and fully– something is being brought into existence. So much goes into new procreations: hopes, plans, karmas, ideas, setbacks, disappointments, desires, and possibilities.
Although in the this lifetime it looks like physical human children isn’t part of our destiny, we embrace Souls Enterprise as absolutely something being born, nurtured, raised, and grown — and of course, passed on. What a moment: 6:25am Pacific time on 13 March 2021.
As with any birthing process, the challenges and difficulties have been enormous. Fear, doubt, and anxiety have reared their heads multiple times. Thankfully, all our tools have supported and deepened us. We are prepared to guide, and to follow. To learn, make mistakes, and celebrate successes. Embracing the fear reveals where the shadows lie. Meeting the anxiety advises us to the next step.
For birthing and raising, it absolutely “takes a village”; the beauty of us as a Souls Enterprise community is that we are a village!
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