💎 from @soulguidance 🙏 On the 12th day of the 12th month of the year, a powerful numerology code is activated helping to #raisethefrequency of our light body, access high realms of consciousness, and bring a sense of completion to a greater cycle.
12 is a powerful number in numerology that represents #wholeness and completion. We have #12 months in the year, and 12 signs in the #zodiac , and it is only once we have experienced all twelve of these states, that we can gain a bigger picture perspective and understanding as to where we have been.
Sometimes, it is only when we reach the end of a #cycle , that we can really begin to #understand the #journey .
The awareness of the bigger picture and this sense of #completion is the energy that number 12 holds, but on the 12th day of the 12th month, this energy magnifies.
While we can understand things from our vantage point on this earthly realm, the numerology code of #1212 gives us the #opportunity to see things from an even greater #perspective and level of consciousness.
To do this, the #numerology code of 1212 helps to activate and raise the frequency of our light body or energy field.
We all have a light body or a field of energy that exists around us. Our light body has many different layers to it, but once activated, our light body allows us to travel across #dimensions and into higher realms of #consciousness and awareness.
Our #lightbody is also believed to be the vehicle that helps us return back to our true home and to #Source energy.
This #light body vehicle is also known as a Merkaba and is seen as two inverted pyramids that spin in opposite directions.
On 12/12, we can activate our own personal #Merkaba with more ease, and we can use this #energy to view the events of our lives from a higher state of awareness.
This higher state of #awareness is essentially the ability to see all things through the eyes of love. Pure #unconditional love. Big magic love.
When we break down every pain and #struggle , it can always be linked back to a lack of love. When we see this, we know that the #answer to all our problems and struggles is just more love. #Love for others, love for self.
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The Rat Park Study // Certain studies stand out like gems, like a notable story, able to paint a picture, bring principles to light and make them far more tangible. So when I found this one in particular, I knew I had to share it. #letgoandgrow
Cue the Rat Park Study- which illuminates the power of community and its ability to influence behavior.
In the late 1970’s, psychologist Bruce Alexander tested the hypothesis that drugs do not cause addiction. The study design included a “rat park” where rats had a community based environment which allowed them to freely socialize, play and have fun- basically like rat heaven. The rats were given the choice of regular water and drugged water. The rats hardly ever chose the drugged water over the regular water in this environment.
Other studies have been conducted which involved rats in confined cages and the option between drugged water or regular water. In this setting, the rats almost always chose the drugged water due to the fact that they had no one to bond or socialize with- aka rat hell.
This opens up new possibilities and questions around addiction and suggests that having the ability to bond with others and being involved in a community could be healing in it of itself and perhaps more powerful and fulfilling than drugs.
Why is this study important? Understanding this study can shine a light onto the importance of connection, support and a loving community- as it goes to show how a healthy or unhealthy lifestyle can be the driver of or a potential antidote to addictive behavior, amongst many other disease states. This challenges the idea that biochemistry alone influences our behavior- once again, illuminating our power of choice and the exposome.
With a proper foundation and a focus on the fundamentals, you can unlock your own power to heal. We are not meant to travel this path alone, and there are places where you can breathe, show up as yourself and feel the presence of a community that has your back. For a community like this, check out @letgoandgrow
For the full article, check out: www.drbrookestuart.com/rat-park-study-addiction-power-community-heal
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I had to take this photo.
Those who know me and my cheesy ways will laugh that I took this pic. But, I couldn’t resist.
There I was rushing through a shopping centre after my spin class, when I spotted a frail-looking elderly woman, and a frail-looking, elderly man, each in a wheelchair, positioned as closely together as possible.
Side by side, facing each other, they sat with their eyes closed, as a young woman read them a story. Their bodies were hunched over toward one another, each with an arm reaching out as much as possible - to hold each other’s hand.
Their two hands clasped together over the arms of their wheelchairs stopped me in awe.
In the midst of the hustle and bustle, all I could think was, THIS is what we should be striving for. THIS is what really matters.
Not looks, beauty, status, money, or all the other frivolous things we swipe on or chase after.
This was love.
It was such a strong reminder to value the things that are really important in life - and, yes, to choose the person who will always be there, always reaching out to hold your hand, like this couple here. ❤️
Believe. /bih- leev/— verb
1. to have 𝓬𝓸𝓷𝓯𝓲𝓭𝓮𝓷𝓬𝓮 in the 𝓽𝓻𝓾𝓽𝓱, the existence, or the reliability of something, although without absolute proof that one is right in doing so.
Believing is to have confidence in the truth.
What is your truth?
Do you 𝓫𝓮𝓵𝓲𝓮𝓿𝓮 in yourself?
Do you believe in your 𝓽𝓻𝓾𝓽𝓱?
Believing in yourself and the process is 🔑 to having the right mindset for success 🙏
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I don't know whose quote this is. I stumbled upon it without an author credit, but it spoke to me so I had to share it today.
This has been the theme of my life this week. Just last night I had a conversation with a friend about this exact thing.
Not that I feel I am in one of my darkest moments, not at all, but that I am learning to accept my struggles as a vital part of my story.
I am learning to not spend so much time analyzing and dwelling on what feels wrong or unfair or difficult. To take that energy and instead focus on what is beautiful and magical and true.
To be present. To live in the moment. And to trust. To trust that God's plan is so far beyond my ability to imagine that these struggles will seem trivial one day.
That the universe is setting me up for everything I've ever dreamed of, and more than I can I could even fathom, and all I need to do is keep pushing forward.
This doesn't mean I don't feel my feelings. Look, if you've known me for any amount of time you know I'm all about feeling all the feelings.
It just means I don't need to unpack and settle in to the pain and the struggle. I can notice it, feel it, process it, and push on.
Follow my passions, pursue my goals, let my heart run wild, love fully and completely, laugh with wild abandon. Be present. Be alive. Be here. Now.