Another Week of Crying and Deep Energy Releasing

A line drawing of a woman holding her chest, head thrown back and hair moving in the breeze. On a background of pink and lavender clouds.

One of my goals with this blog is to be authentic. It is important to me to share my spiritual awakening and the experiences that I’ve had even when they are challenging.

As I wrote this week’s post, I realized that I had written it before. I am in another cycle of deep releasing which means I have, once again, been crying for days.

If you want to know what that means and what my week has been like, read this post I wrote in January. It sums it up well. We are releasing energies and feeling them as they come up to be let go. It isn’t pretty and it is exhausting.

I know this process well. I know how to do the work. I know how to love myself deeply and compassionately through this process. I’m grateful to release the old, heavy, and dense energies that were locked in my body. I’m grateful to have the help and guidance of my spirit team, the soul realm, and universal energies. And still, I feel like I’m struggling.

To be completely honest and authentic, the process is kicking my ass. I’m tired, so very tired. And now that I think about it, I’ve been feeling a little sick. No doubt I have a touch of spiritual flu. I also feel burned out spiritually, emotionally, and physically.

For this week’s blog post, I feel that I have little to give. And what energy I do have I need for myself so I’m keeping this post short.

Here are some links to other posts on other cycles that are much like this one.

The How’s and Why’s of Energy Releasing. Maybe I should have known what was coming when I wrote this post a couple of weeks ago.

Spiritual Flu, Ascension Symptoms, the Purge. It’s probably part of why I feel awful.

Crying for Days. This week has been very similar to what this post describes.

Ego Death, Dark Night, and Re-Birth. This may be what’s coming next for me.

In the U.S. it is Memorial Day. A day to honor those who have paid the ultimate price to protect our country, and democracy all over the world. We are grateful for your service and sacrifice. Bless your souls for eternity.

I’m grateful you’re here. I love you.

Be well, beautiful soul,