breathe love

From tonight’s session:

Shelly:…when you get up every morning if you would take two or three minutes, and…if you wanted to light like an herb, like, we hear sage in our minds, because of its cleansing potential, but even if it’s like an incense or something like that, there’s something about smell or scent that triggers something inside of you.

And the sense that we get of this is that if you would take an opportunity to just do several breaths as you’re just waking up in the morning, in which you allow yourself to just gently link, you can do it through your energy body, through your chakras, you can do it through breathing into your heart center and just letting the energy flow up and down through your body, but that you’re consciously making a choice first thing in the morning to breathe inside of yourself and bring your divinity and bring your expanded awareness and let it flow up and down through your physical body.

And once that’s happened then you consciously send it out through your emotion, through your mental, through your spiritual, through your light body, and then you bring it all back within you so then it’s like you have this vertical breathing and a horizontal breathing, and in doing that it’s allowing you to consciously create a balanced state inside of you.

Now, once you’ve done that, and the sense that we get is that there may be some days that you really have to focus on that, and focus on doing it, that you clear out, there may be emotions that come up for you, and you consciously embrace those emotions.  As in if there’s fear, fear that change isn’t going to take place, fear that things aren’t going to happen, we feel that in you, then you let that fear come into your heart and you just love yourself.

You love yourself because you felt the fear.  You love yourself because you believe in yourself.  You love yourself because you are acknowledging and honoring whatever it is that’s happening in your life.

And then we feel that fear diminishing and moving out and you can do your breathing easily.

We feel like there may be other days when you’ve got a lot of either frustration, tiredness, you know, whatever it is that may be around you at any given moment and what you are doing is not only balancing your energy from a very physical manner through all your light body and nonphysical energy, but you are also acknowledging self-love, self-acceptance, being gentle with yourself.

And when people have autoimmune disease, like you say, the body is attacking itself, it’s doing that because it doesn’t feel that sense of self-love and acceptance.  Does that make sense?

Me:  It does.

Shelly:  So this is giving you a means where it may be that some days you do this for fifteen, twenty, thirty minutes.  It may be that, and then you may find yourself feeling frustrated or something going on later  in the day, and then you do that breathing where you may give it a name, “self-love breathing”, and you take several breaths in and out as you drive your car.  Or you are taking a break at lunch time and you are doing, okay, self-love breathing here.

And you don’t have to then focus on all those various parts of it, because you set up the foundation of what self-love breathing is, and then you just step into it and allow it to flow through you.

Me:  Okay.

Shelly:  So the sense that we have is that that’s what’s at the bottom of this, and it just came to us also that a part of what this is, is, you feeling like you’ve disappointed yourself or you’ve let yourself down because things haven’t happened in the way you wanted them to.  And so that may be one of those things that you work with embracing.  Not, whether you call it “embracing the disappointment” or embracing that “things have not happened as yet, and so I’m frustrated or I feel disappointed,” and you just let that, you’re acknowledging whatever it is, and then you’re going to let that flow away, and in place of that you’re going to breathe in that self-love, you’re going to breathe in acceptance, you’re going to breathe in allowing, because all of those things go hand-in-hand with one another.

Me:  Okay.

Shelly:  All right beloved.

Me:  Thank you very much.

Shelly:  You’re welcome.  And so if there are other things that you need to do in a physical manner which we feel you are already doing, then just keep doing that as in using the organic soaps and the stuff like that.

Me:  …Still taking the remedies that I’ve discovered can help this?

Shelly:  Yes, they can still help on the physical plane, but they won’t be 100% gone until you have shifted this awareness within you.

Me:  Okay.  All right!

Shelly:  All right beloved.

Me:  Thank you.

Shelly:  You’re welcome.


About Susan Bame

Writer, Mediator, Facilitator, Teacher, fascinated with indigenous forms of conflict resolution. I love watching people become empowered. I have a master's degree in conflict resolution and a personal interest in organic food, detoxing and healing the body, alternative holistic approaches to health, self-empowerment and win-win solutions through mediation, Structured Water™, and energetic healing. I lived on the Omaha Reservation in northeast Nebraska for ten years, worked with Native families in the area, and have a great interest in Native history, culture, practices, traditions, stories, and current affairs. View all posts by Susan Bame

One response to “breathe love

  • Shelly Dressel

    Hi Susan,

    Thanks for posting this!! I think being in the space of love is the one most important thing we can do for ourselves, yet we all get busy and forget. I’m glad you’re working through this way of living/ eating.

    Good luck with it all.

    Much love,


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