INNER ALCHEMY | karen johnson

Tag: inherited trauma

Transform and Understand Anger

Have you ever tried to hide your feelings when you’re angry?  It’s pretty difficult.  Whether we act out or go into a deep freeze, it makes itself known. All emotions serve a purpose.  Anger, as any other emotion, influences us and can motivate us to make decisions and take action. Anger is a sign that something is off.  To deny and disown the anger allows it to continue to fester and grow:  we can become irrational or unpredictable. The first step to transform anger is…

Shapeshifting Obstacles into Advantages

A shaman is someone who journeys to other worlds and uses the wisdom and energy from these other realms to affect change in this world.

Shamans describe shapeshifting as another element of ‘the dream or dreamtime’ and the world is as we dream it.  To change ourselves and to change the collective we need to shapeshift the dream which is our perceived reality.

New Circumstance… Old Patterns

The universe is challenging you. Okay, you say you’ve changed: let’s test that theory out. This may show up in different ways; can be tempting, seductive or just plain in your face confrontational.
On the surface it would appear to be a no brainer. Freedom ‘YES’. Old limiting patterns ‘NO’. But there can be a pullback, even temporary setbacks that draw us backwards back into the trap.
We thought we were smarter than this, but…

Sonic Expression: Discover Your Authentic Voice

Finding your own voice can be a struggle. There are many layers.
Sometimes it’s hard not to be influenced by flamboyant voices claiming they are ‘THE ONE’ having the right or perfect vision of what is or must be.
Who made up that rule? Why are we so easily led?
Why would we let an outsider tell us what our own inner truth is? That is an oxymoron. But many are desperate to be told who they are. That is not the way it works.

Conscious Living Includes Happiness

Where does Happiness Fit? We look to our family lines to resolve inherited patterns, beliefs and traumas. No longer bound by obsolete thinking we move forward toward something that reflects the modern world, ourselves as individuals, and where our consciousness lies today. What about the wisdom, strength and joy that is also positioned in our family lines? Is that a source we can mine? Of course, it is part of the legacy we inherit.