Are You In Pain?

It has been exactly a month since I moved into this new home and many of you probably heard about the story that ‘I was guided to this house in a mysterious way which was beyond my control.  And the property is far from perfect Feng Shui wise’ (catch up HERE if you have missed it).

Although I wasn’t sure exactly what the reason is, or the lesson I am yet to receive, deep in my heart, I have zero doubt it is for my expansion and evolution.

Sure enough, the first instalment of the lesson soon arrived. It is about how I see pain.

The first morning I woke up in this house, the joints of my right hand felt swollen and stiff. I thought it was due to moving. The stiffness improves during the day and I joked with my husband ‘I have developed arthritis’. A day after our washing machine was in use, for the first time in my life, I have developed pain in my left hip, on and off, where at worst, it can even affect me driving or sitting for a prolonged time. And then my neck, my shoulder and lower back also demanded my attention in a quick succession. At times, I felt my body was falling apart, literally.

Usually, any kind of Pain can throw me into a fit of panic, apart from the physical discomfort, I tend to make it 10-time worse emotionally… It means ‘something is wrong’, ‘negative’, I mean, don’t we all try to avoid ‘pain’ at all cost? And above all, the fear of that I’m stuck with a ‘bad Feng Shui house’.

But what if we see pain as a gift….

What if we see pain as a sign of being alive…

What if we see pain as clues that guide us to what needs to be healed and what we need to let go…

Just like I’m soon used to the numbness of my legs and feet after the meditation, I started to break the shell that encloses my understanding of pain, I started to gain power over my bodily pain.I stopped to resist but embrace the pain. I stopped turning pain into ‘mental suffering’. I started to see pain simply as it is. Nothing more, nothing less. I started to feel liberated by not being trapped by the natural response of our body and fully engaged with my energy body.

As I ride the gentle process of experiencing the pain, I slowly dismantled many ‘auto response’ of the mind in association with the pain and develop the new ones.

Pain becomes my clues.

Pain becomes my breadcrumbs and sign-posts.

Pain shows me what I need to do to heal them. 

Pain even guided me to a brand new path that I would have never envisaged.

Even my body was in pain (oh yes, I’m on the way of healing), my energy body has never been crystal clear with heightened awareness. I then turned those clues into guided actions.

I started to notice the metre box outside my bedroom so I got the EMF reading tested as well as the underground water pipes checked. I started to dowse if there are any Geopathic stress around the house, such as Ley lines, NPI (Negative Psychic Impressions), as well as Geological fault so I can place remedies to heal it. I started to see why I was called to this house.

Thanks to Pain, I discovered something I have almost forgotten that only realised until now is such an integral part of me – Geomancy.

Thanks to Pain, I have never felt so connected to the land and really start to listen to its vibration and frequency.

As I walks the path in the dense forrest (which is only at the end of the street where we live), I start to hear the new calling of my soul – the land needs healing, the land is calling me.

And thanks to Pain, I have arrived at my new purpose.

If you are currently is in the tight grip of the pain, regardless it is physical or emotional, I hope you start to see pain in a different light. I hope you start to congratulate yourself and allow yourself to be guided by it so the veil can be lifted and the healing can begin…

And I want to dedicated below words to you from “The Prophet”:

And could you keep your heart in wonder at the daily miracles of your life,

your pain would not seem less wondrous than your joy;

And you would accept the seasons of your heart,

even as you have always accepted the season that pass over your fields. 

And you would watch with serenity through the winters of your grief. 

Much of your pain is self-chosen. 

It is the bitter poison by which the physician within you heals your sick self. 

Therefore trust the physician, and drink his remedy in silence and tranquility:

For his hand, though heavy and hard,

is guided by the tender hand of the Unseen, 

And the cup he brings, though it burn your lips,

has been fashioned of the clay which the Potter has moistened with

His own sacred tears. 

Sending so much love

Grace Xo

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