Mar 4, 2016 11:42 AM
Removal of Obstacles
“I see the light to my divine path.”
No one enjoys an obstacle. Unless, of course, you really don’t want to get to wherever you’re trying to go. This month’s ritual is about asking the very thing that stands between you and your desires for a divine message. You may be surprised at what information your obstacle has for you or not. Either way, you’ll be able to see beyond that which has been blocking you. As the ritual says, "Freedom is yours." You just have to ask.
Ritual: Removal of Obstacles
Oil: Base of Kukui Oil – Geranium, Melissa, Clove
Incantation: “I see the light to my divine path.”
Find a place where you will not be interrupted. Light the sage and sit while the smoke surrounds you. Anoint your third eye with the oil. See your biggest obstacle in front of you. Now, examine it from every angle. How big is it? What color? What shape? What feelings does it evoke? Then, it delivers a message. Your obstacle’s job is done. Bid it farewell and watch it dissolve into a puddle, absorbed by the earth, where it will be recycled into love.
Freedom is yours. Breathe in love. Know that your divine path is acknowledged and that you may now proceed as planned.
The oil to supercharge your ritual this month is Clove. Pay close attention to the messages your receive for the 24 hours following your ritual and always use a carrier oil (almond, grapeseed or avocado) when using this highly potent essential oil.
Tricia Stewart Shiu is a 25 time award-winning author, speaker, and metaphysical intuitive. Author of the award-winning YA, SciFi,Mystical Adventure, MOA SERIES & the GATEKEEPER'S GUIDE SERIES featuring 3 minute mindfulness recordings.
Jan 31, 2016 8:04 PM
What makes a ritual powerful? Intention.
We all perform rituals every day: from making the morning coffee to driving to buying groceries or even to going to the dentist. Here’s what happens: We say we’re going to make the coffee, we make the coffee and then we drink the coffee.
How is that a ritual?
1. It starts with an intention: “I am going to make the coffee.”
2. The intention is followed by an action: Making and drinking the coffee.
3. Completion: You feel energized by the coffee.
To take this a step further, say you want a new job, but don’t feel qualified. By performing a ritual to remove the energetic obstacle between you and the new job, you create a new path to receiving information about how to achieve your go and stand a much better chance of getting that job.
You can listen to my ritual, “Removal of Obstacles” to get a sense of how my rituals work.
Rituals sometimes are repeated, but don’t have to be and one thing is an absolute, they are a part of everyone’s life. So why not make them count? The above example sounds like mindfulness and, in fact, you could make coffee in a mindful way, however, ritual takes mindfulness a step further.
By practicing a ritual once, you can change your life in immeasurable ways. If you continue that practice on a daily or weekly basis, you deepen and strengthen the transformation.
If you have any questions about how rituals work or even about the specific rituals just go to the About/Contact section and send me a message.
Remember, the most powerful part of your actions is your thoughts. Remain positive and you exponentially create success in your life.
Tricia Stewart Shiu is a 25 time award-winning author, speaker, and metaphysical intuitive. Author of the award-winning YA, SciFi,Mystical Adventure, MOA SERIES & the GATEKEEPER'S GUIDE SERIES featuring 3 minute meditation recordings.