I was removed from my natural habitat.
I was subjected to all the harsh energies in the city especially being enclosed in air-conditioned places, coming in and out of them while my body was perspiring from the heat of the sun.
My routine was disrupted. I was subjected to numerous allergens.
All these for an extended period.
And all these as deep emotional issues and wounds were coming up for healing and clearing, and as I was traveling extensively. In the Philippines, traveling across islands and in the countryside is a major challenge for highly sensitive’s. 😦
So, it wasn’t only ascension flu that I was going through. It was also my allergies that were triggered and the eventual fatigue that took a toll on my body. 😦
Times like this, though, I ask myself why I keep doing it to my body — wait for when it would scream “Enough!” before I’d take a halt.
This was already what became my wake up call in 1998 when I had thyroidectomy. I was so immersed in the corporate world. It needed a vocal cord paralysis and losing my voice for me to slow down and realize how imbalanced my life was! 😦
In 2005/2006, I went through a similar experience.
I had been accepted for post-graduate studies at JFK University in Northern California, but I had been delaying my trip. I was even considering not leaving the Philippines anymore — for reasons that I’ll probably share in future posts.
After several years of not contracting any serious kind of illness, my allergies aggravated. I started getting ill in October. It was already January 2006. My severe coughing persisted.
I consulted physicians. I underwent extensive testing. They couldn’t nail down the cause of my persistent coughing and deteriorating health condition. It puzzled them as it did me.
A doctor friend of mine explained to me that my body could no longer tolerate the pollution and filthy environment of Manila. Apparently, he’s had several patients with similar conditions.
After having left Manila for a few years and worked overseas, his patients would come back to the Philippines for a vacation. Within a few weeks, they would start to get ill. He advised them to leave the country to feel better. He gave me the same advice.
I didn’t want to be sick while traveling, and I was delaying my trip. I was told though that the only way that I would get well is if I leave Manila. If I stayed longer, my situation would only worsen.
So, I was ‘forced’ to take my trip. Interestingly, within a week after I arrived in San Francisco, my coughing discontinued! My six-month supply of prescribed medications proved to be of no value.
And it’s the same thing now.
I was experiencing the ascension flu while still in the city of Bacolod. I didn’t want to travel back to Sugar Beach until I was ‘well.’ But I also knew that it was the natural surrounding — especially the ocean — that my body was craving for. It is what would support and hasten my healing.
After one week of being back in Sugar Beach, my system stabilized and ‘normalized.’
Since my last post, I haven’t experienced any more feverish feeling, profuse sweating or chills. My body would feel warm only because of the warm weather. Perspiration was simply my body’s natural response to the heat of the sun, nothing else. My bowel movement has also regularized. 🙂
I really need to limit the time that I spend in urban places. Of course, I already know that. City dwelling no longer works for me. It repulses me!
But the two-month trip that I took which included spending time in the city was inevitable. There was no going around it.
However, rather than berate myself — another disempowering tendency that I have — I AM choosing to be grateful instead for all the blessings that are now in my midst. Being back in my natural habitat has certainly accelerated my healing and recovery! 🙂
It’s now low season. There are very, very few guests. In fact, there’s only one other guest here at the resort as I’m writing this. The resort is peaceful and quiet — just how I’d like my surroundings and living environment to be, yay! 🙂
I’m grateful that Mother Nature and her elements have been providing me with the Love and Nurturance that I so need ever since my arrival.
Despite that it’s the rainy and typhoon season, we’ve been getting a generous amount of sunshine. It’s like the summer months! The rains come only in the afternoons or evenings — if at all. I’ve been able to take my daily morning swim again, yay! 🙂
As the spirits of the rain wash away the misqualified energies, Father Sun and Mother Ocean replenish me with the nurturing and loving energies that I so need — and much deserve!
Mother Nature has truly been cooperating with my healing and the restoration of my system to its optimal state. The Universe indeed has been conspiring — as always! And for that, I AM grateful — also, as always!
😀 ⭐ ❤ ⭐ 😀
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