I see you crouching down, knees bent, your body close to the ground. I hear monkeys screeching in the canopy of lofty trees that rise above me. Many, many tall trees are here in this rich rainforest. A cadence of language I do not understand. The Philippines. I cannot sense a time period.
This is a story of a bitter rivalry between two sisters. A sisterly rivalry that begins as healthy competition and escalates into disloyalty and betrayal. Each trying to outmanoeuvre and out-position the other. A rivalry that lasts a lifetime and plays out in every facet of their lives, whether wrangling for status within the village or finding a mate.
Two personal battles waged against one other, both desiring the same things and both seeking triumph over the other. What is most coveted by each woman is support of the villagers, implying one is superior in all aspects. Neither woman attempts to unify and strengthen love within their close family, instead a complete and utterly fanatical focus is on annihilating and controlling the other.
At the very centre of their conflict, a man is being fought over by these two women. Unrelenting, obstinate and contrary, neither woman is willing to cede to the other. The man that both desire is keenly aware of the intense rivalry between the sisters, but an inner pride exists, knowing he is being fought over. It’s immaterial to him who the eventual winner here is, being more predisposed to thinking about himself. Gratification, conceit and flattery bloom. He watches, stands idly to the side, doing nothing to appease and console, but rather fans the fire at times, taking immense pleasure in watching the outcome between the girls. His inflated male ego stoked, he puffs in glory.
The women heap abuse on one another. Satisfaction eludes both women though, for as soon as one of them marries, achieving the pinnacle of what they both desired, a realisation becomes apparent. What each really wanted was control and dominance over the other. The battle, won and lost, continues to consume them both. This is your life long battle.
The darkest night, I hear creatures, insects in the forest. An alternate world that most are unaware of. I humbly ask for beautiful green healing light to penetrate here, covering all that needs it. I see you in the shower of green light, free, able to finally let go and release, a huge burden has been removed. Lightness of energy quickly appears within you. I view your chakras. Your crown chakra is a wide, open area, glittering with stars. Your 3rd eye is revolving but very, very slowly, a reluctance is felt here. Your throat chakra is wide open, spinning brightly, a sense of knowing and accepting who you are, you do not allow others to box you in. At your heart chakra, I feel a wide sense of love here, love for those around you. Your solar plexus also shines brightly, again a knowing that this life is but illusion, an acceptance of knowing there are lessons to be learned and cherishing each one that comes along. You appreciate life and in so doing, exude an enjoyment in living within the present moment. Your sacral chakra spins. You are grounded at your base chakra.
i ask for your guides to please assemble themselves for me. You appear, dressed very neatly in traditional clothing. Angels settle quickly around you. AA Gabriel is with you sending out love and acceptance. The Ascended Master Jesus Sananda walks with you, helping you to express love, and in so doing, raising the consciousness of those around you. His presence and love is with you always.
I ask to see a timeline. You have won the sisterly rivalry, winning the man of your desires, but in doing so have exposed the lower depths of your soul to others. Attached to you are words of deception and treachery. You are seen as the cause of family strife and not reconciliation. In the present time, I see you among friends. Very cheerful and happy. You are a source that brings people together, uniting instead of separating. In the future, I see you wearing white clothes, these are not clothes of today, the material is odd. You are with a group working together in assisting others.
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