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Wearing a Mask? Nothing to do with Covid-19

Are You Wearing a Mask?

Raccoon medicine is the ability to wear a mask. Are you wearing different masks to cope with life? Are we wearing a mask so we cannot be hurt, judged or unloved? Today is the day you take off your mask, reveal your vulnerabilities and flaws with courage and thought knowing that everyone wears a mask. We wear one with the people with love, our teachers, for our leaders, friends and co-workers or clients and ourselves.


Sometimes, masks are used for survival skills like when in danger with a dark energy or person you feel in your gut that what you will say will trigger their much needed mind into violence or harm towards you. That's when the mask is necessary but I am talking about circumstances when not.


We are brought up into a society to focus on doing and not being. Once we learn we chose we came to BE when we incarnated into flesh; and it's all part of the Divine Plan; we can relax knowing that everyone else is too. We are just playing roles to expand our soul path and everyone we cross paths with to do just this.


We may forget and be tested if we can be real. Our old systems of ancestral programming being only coping mechanisms for the times and situations that affected us to make judgments, harm or criticize. This creates the illusion that acceptance, peace and harmony are only for a few. That was then; this is now. It is the illusion that values the animalistic need to succeed under the false pretense that if we "fake it" it is going to be the most effective in gaining our power, respect and abundance.


These are questions if you have to struggled to answer; need to be looked inward how you came to be, be not ashamed but honest, make small changes in your behavior and look at the value system of self. We cannot be images and roles; we are people and we have emotions, boundaries and preferences. Let's be truly committed to take our masks off as much as we can ...one at a time and be real.

Ask yourself: Have I allowed teachers, leaders, lovers, family, society, religious/spiritual influences, affiliations or culture or continent identify who I am? How many times have I regretted not being who I am and given over to other's expectations and living the labels fully assigned to me by others. Is this really me being me?


You'll feel more love of self and acceptance and spend that time appreciating who you are, what you stand for and be committed to those changes. You will feel so good. Maybe you will lose a friend or family member for some time, along the way but stay on course. We've got to learn that our honesty and and our emotions balance out all that we are. We don't have to hide because hiding means theres' something to be ashamed of or unacceptable or weak or blah blah blah. The inner voice critic must be debated and stand up to your mind, spend less time with ego and more with your heart. That's who you are.


Be the person you'd like spend time alone with without regret, sadness or shame. Respect each other's being real and laugh at ourselves during our journeys we fall off track and get back on. Make a list of roles you've played using your mask. See what you can do onwards to be real.


I love the High Truth Vibration you are becoming. I am unmasked and happy for you to see my flaws and my beauty and my imperfections as I am to see yours. Much, much love.



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