Shamans examine a person’s circumstances as either or all of three things: a Sacred Mirror, a Worthy Opponent or a Sacred Road. Let’s start by understanding the Sacred Mirrors.
There are different ways of describing the Sacred Mirrors in different cultures, but the essential understanding is that a Sacred Mirror is an event, person or circumstance that is reflecting something inside you that is not quite visible to your conscious mind.
The purpose of Sacred Mirrors is to help your growth by assisting you in achieving wholeness and harmony and in broadcasting the vibrational frequency you need for manifesting what you want.
Let’s say that you seek to grow financially. But there is a hidden, subconscious negative attitude with money that is interfering with your desire.
You may meet a rich person that embodies your prejudices against wealth. Then you say to yourself:
“See? That’s why I don’t want money! Rich people are all snobs.”
Bingo! Did you hear yourself? If you did, you saw the Sacred Mirror that this person presented. It reveals the interference that is stealing your money: A negative believe about rich people.
Perhaps you are sick, and you are having problems breathing.
You wonder why you came up with this condition. The doctors assist you, but no diagnosis can be made. They don’t know what’s going on.
Then you are listening to the radio and a song comes up.
“I can’t breathe from my sorrow
Because you are gone.
I can’t see a tomorrow
Bingo! In an instant you realize that you are grieving because your dog died.
Sadness is stored in the lungs and a lot of breathing dysfunction is related to depression, sorrow, sadness, feelings of abandonment, grieving or despair. You did not know this information; but the universe sent a Sacred Mirror to tap into your emotional intelligence so that you could see this.
There are different types of Sacred Mirrors, depending on their use.
The Sacred Mirror reveals the hidden, magnifies details and shows dualities, so that you can heal your wholeness.
Can you spot any Sacred Mirrors in your life right now?
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