I’ve been back in Winchester for a week and I still feel overwhelmed! As I drove to the woods, the only place that I feel secure in, I was aware of myself being in a glass bubble. I could see outside the glass, but I could not feel anything. I felt completely disconnected from everything.
I drove to the first place where I ever connected to earth energies, and which seems to be my entrance-point to the English energy-grid. Every-time I spend time away, it seems to be this place I start off with again.
This was the only place I didn’t feel ‘bubble-wrapped’ in, so that was really good. I stood on the round barrow, where the Dryad that gave me the tree wisdom symbol grows, and tuned in, but felt nothing but a slight soft energy in my legs. I wandered down a path I have never seen before and ended up in a wide open space, a lovely grassy plain. It felt wonderful; like ‘home’. I wandered down the path a bit and then felt the need to stop. As I stood still I felt like I was facing the wrong direction, so I shifted, and then all of the energy I had brought from Egypt began to flow into the earth. What a relief that was. I stood until my belly felt completely empty and then I walked back up the hill, enjoying being under the green, leafy branches once again.
As I came closer to the round barrow again, I felt my heart energy move out of my body. It looked, and felt, like my heart was a metre out in front of me. I could feel the stretch of it. I didn’t initially know why it was doing that, but I followed it as it pulled me forward, and then I found myself standing just in front of a young Beech tree that was growing at the base of the Barrow. My heart energy disappeared into the tree, even while it was still connected to me by a cord of energy. I stood waiting to see what would happen next. After a few minutes I felt my umbilical cord activate and it too moved into the tree, at the same level, then it changed direction and moved up the trunk to connect to my heart! Once it had connected, I could release it. It seemed strange to anchor myself in a tree, but it was obviously what I needed. I’ll have to wait and see why it was necessary.
I continued on up to stand on the barrow, but, again I was facing the wrong direction, so I turned a faced the same direction as earlier. That was where I needed to go next. I wondered if it was the Roman Site I used to spend a lot of time in. The mosaic from the site is in Winchester Museum.
The following day I went back up to Farleigh Mount and took the scenic route up to the villa site. It was very pretty! I had really missed all of the trees while I had been in Luxor, and am going to make the best of them while I am here! When I got to the site I sat and breathed, but did not feel the need to do anything. But then I heard what sounded like bird cries. I thought it was an owl, or a buzzard and it sounded like it was in distress. It turned out to be a faun, which had wandered away from its mother and was calling for her. It had gotten a little lost in the lost in the undergrowth. But I knew that it mother was around calling for it, so I sat back down and waited. She came and took her baby and all was well.
This little lesson, from Mother Nature, is one I have been learning in Egypt. “Mother knows best, so stop rescuing”! Seems I needed to be reminded of that here.