Surviving the Titanic


I just facilitated a session with a woman who wanted me to assist her dogs and herself in one session. Working with the dog was easy. But when I turned my attention to the woman, she admitted having walls up in regards to her husband; who is a real sweetheart so it was strange to her. We worked on three areas; jealousy, betrayal and abandonment.

There was a lot of stagnant energy released. But when I began the protocol for abandonment, I started making a shamanic sound that sounded like a fog horn on an old cruise ship. Then images of the titanic flashed in front of my eyes. They were not images of the aristocrats but of the servants on the bottom deck. My mind flashed to the scene in the movie Titanic where the servants were locked in the bottom level. As the ship went under, the young mother; instead of stressing out her children, put them to sleep with a bedtime story. She knew it was the last one she would read to them.

I had the client release the trauma of being on the Titanic. There was a lot of stagnant energy released with that one. She told me afterwards that she never thought she was on the titanic but she is afraid of going on cruise ships, being out on the water, being trapped in small spaces and taking her last gasp of air. All of those things were validated in the images that were revealed.

She also treats her dogs with such love and care. She treats them with the tenacity and devotion of the young mother putting her children to bed for the very last time. She, being the loving person she is, chooses love and service to be the experiences she replays in this lifetime. She is lucky to not be stuck in a state of fear but to live in a reverent state of service to her loved ones.

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