Spring seems to finally be here which is absolutely fantastic! After all the crazy winter weather, I am definitely excited for more sunshine and more colour in the world around me.
Given the day, I was thinking a lot about the story of the Leprechaun and their Pot of Gold. Remember it? Find a Leprechaun at the end of the Rainbow and then force them to take you to their Pot of Gold?
In reality, I think the closest to a Pot of Gold I will come to is the box of chocolate. That being said, what if there was a second meaning to the Pot of Gold? What if the Pot of Gold had more to do with spiritual enlightenment and the Rainbow was the inner-reflection work? What if the illusive Leprechaun was our negative self-talk, our blocks, or (most directly) our ego?
Which brings me to a few questions...
Have you found your Rainbow yet?
Are you moving towards your Pot of Gold?
Are you still bartering with your Leprechaun?
I typically look to reflective tools like Tarot or the Twin Hearts Meditation in Pranic Healing when I need to go deeper. They are fantastic ways for gaining different perspectives on a situation. These are the tools I used to embrace the Death Card energy earlier this month and the tools I use with clients who are looking to connect deeper within themselves to resolve obstacles they may be facing.
I get glimpses of the Pot of Gold in those teasing moments of clarity that seem to come up when you do the self-healing work. When I first started, these moments almost felt like a fleeting mirage that always left me feeling baffled. As I embraced the work, they appear for longer and are more frequent. It goes from a feeling of Déjà vu to a sense of peace, joy, and connection with the Universe.
In working with my ego, well… They say that Pride is the last energy to truly leave the body before you achieve something more in this Universal Consciousness. I work with my Leprechaun often. Sometimes I win, sometimes I lose in my internal struggles. I suppose it is all part of the journey of it all. What I can assure you of is that on the days that you win, you shift your energy to something that much more amazing. Is it worth it? Well I always believe any shift to get to a better place is worth it.
Hmmm, food for thought eh? My next question might be, so what are you going to do about it? How are you going to work with your Leprechaun, your Rainbow, and are you ready to work towards your own Pot of Gold?
Hoping your day is filled with rainbows, magic and all the green you can handle!
As always, I am grateful to be part of your journey. Please don’t hesitate to reach out should you have questions; I am here to help.
With gratitude, love, and light,