May 02, 2019
Pictured—Laxmi holding the Manipura Chakra from the Tulku Oracle.
My mother died three months into my 20th year. It came as a shock and a surprise. It came wrapped in a barbed wire fence of feeling like an orphan even though my father survived the accident. I spiraled into a deep well of confusion and grief and stayed there for many years. Though I was shown through my dreams months before the accident that my family would meet this fate, it wasn’t until seven years later that spirit would begin to shine through my awareness and into the darkness I had made my home. Grace would have it that something more was meant to be, and so life beckoned me forward. Clearly I had to agree— I had explored the bottom thoroughly enough. Meditation and spiritual practice were my life raft out of there.
Though I myself never became a mother, my life since has been full of mothers. And of course my life gives me endless opportunities to act like a mother as well. Selfless Love, compassion, caring, nurturing, all qualities every single human being—mother or not—is given—are all places where I am learning to cultivate (and contemplate) motherhood.
And I have been greatly blessed by being able to express myself creatively through giving birth to and nurturing Tulku.
Tulku is now a part of the mother medicine I share. It is my apothecary, filled with natural remedies and support for all kinds of ailments or challenges. It comes from an ancient tradition—artistically, in the blessings it carries, and in the talismanic way it is used.
I invite you to contact me for a consultation if you are looking for something to support you or the mother in your life.
I will always do my best to hold the precious qualities my mother embodied and honor her life through my sharing with you.
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That's one of my Mama's—Mata— who blesses the amulets, with me in picture :)