Microdosing Notes-Enchant, Embrace, Evolve during the Covid-19, 2020

 

This is the start of my musings and observations.

Notes on Microdosing…
seducing the subtle:
I continue to be humbled and in awe of the vulnerability and risks we take to evolve. I notice when I open up I often feel doubt and contract. Lately, though I feel free to ask questions & roll something by someone. I’m staying in touch.

Shedding Skin writing practice really helps integration-by slowing down the mind and letting it wander and day dream awake. My client began shedding skin writing practice when she started micro-dosing to help her seduce the subtle. Here’s her journaling from last week while micro-dosing mushrooms.

Micro-dosing helps us unwind, lift our head, tilt our gaze. That also opens stuffed emotions and sets them free.

June 12, 2020

Shedding Skin writing from a client.

So potent while humanity is raging:

Her Shedding Skin writing prompt was Feed the fire:

When contained, fire is life giving and necessary.
It is beautiful, dancing with its flames.
Feed the fire, lest it die.
Feed it with the dead, the old and decayed.
Watch it burn and give new life to that which had no life left.
The fire gives heat, gives life, and protects life.
The fire brings community and togetherness.The fire gives hope. Tell stories around the fire of your ancestors and hope for the future. See the beauty in the flames: orange, yellow, white, maybe blue. Hear it crackle, sizzle, pop and hiss, but then simmer back down. Get close, but not too close. Admire, then walk away. Once the fire has given new life to the dead, burned the old, its job is done and it goes back to sleep. Until next time when there is more to burn.
And then I had her replace ‘fire’ for ‘MY ANGER”.
MY ANGER When contained, is life giving and necessary.
MY ANGER is beautiful, dancing with its flames.
Feed MY ANGER, lest I die.
Feed MY ANGER with the dead, the old and decayed.
Watch MY ANGER burn and give new life to that which had no life left. MY ANGER gives heat, gives life, and protects life.
MY ANGER brings community and togetherness.
MY ANGER gives hope.
Tell stories of my ancestors ANGER and hope for the future.
See the beauty in MY ANGER:
orange, yellow, white, maybe blue.
Hear MY ANGER crackle, sizzle, pop and hiss, but then simmer back down.
Get close, but not too close.
Admire MY ANGER, then walk away.
Once MY ANGER has given new life to the dead, burned the old, its job is done and it goes back to sleep.
Until next time when there is more MY ANGER to burn.
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