The perspective shift that helped me to make peace with the things that go bump in the night.
I have a confession to make, I am a great big scardey cat. Even since I was a young girl. It all started when I used to see my dead aunt in my room at the age of eight.
I don’t know how much of that was down to the vivid imagination of a young child or actually there but I’ve gone on to experience a fe more questionable things throughout my adulthood.
When I moved into my new home, it had incredible energy but I did start to notice strange sounds and bumps that didn’t add up.
I noticed these picked up in frequency the more energy work I started to dabble in.
This frightened me so much that I based large life decisions around my fear of not wanting to be alone in the home.
Listen to full episode to hear what a friend told me in passing that shifted everything for me.
The Demons in our Minds
In many ways my fear of the things that go bump in the night is metamorphic of the depression I was once fought against.
It used to terrify me more than anything else, and I went to war with it, trying to exorcise it.
It was only when I stopped trying to fight it and instead allowed it to exist that it went away.