M went on telling me that she was stuck with many other rocks inside a mountain. There was no crack on the surface for sunlight to come through. The other rocks wouldn’t talk so she felt quite bored. When I asked what was happening now, she exclaimed: “Wow! Now there’s an explosion. A big explosion. Wow, I came out!”
It turned out that M was a rock inside a volcano for a very long time. The volcano finally erupted and she turned into lava flowing down from the crater. She could clearly see herself as part of this red hot orange-colored lava, slowly streaming down the slope, enjoying her new-found freedom to move, see and breathe.
I still remember that big smile on her face when she came out of the crater. People used to associate lava with anger. I suppose joy and freedom will be more appropriate? : )
With love & blessings,
Certified Level 3 QHHT Practitioner
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