Navigating Grief & Disappointment: A Channeled Message From My Ancestors

Since moving back to Utah, I have felt a deeper connection to my ancestors. It has been a soul longing experience of sadness and let down. The moment the thought, “this isn’t all my anger and sadness” came to my mind a woman appeared in the corner of my room.

As I acknowledged her existence, I told when she was ready to be heard I would be there. The more I brought healing into my own sadness, the closer she got to me. Showing me who she was. My great great grandmother Ingrid.

She has been along for the healing journey and the reclamation of deep soul lessons. As those pieces come back to myself, they come back to her as well. In this podcast episode, I invited her in and channeled messages that she wanted to share.

Who is Ingrid?

Ingrid is my great great Grandmother. She left her home in Sweden to travel to America to build up the Zion. She left everything she ever knew for a deeper connection to her faith and connection to God. With so much change and sacrifice, there was many new adventures that came. However she also experienced such great loss along the way.

It was so amazing to allow her to FINALLY be heard. During this podcast I experienced the closing of my throat and lungs. As I worked through and let her voice me heard, there was a breakthrough of being heard and validated. It was such a powerful personal connection for myself. I know what she has to say is going to help all those who feel called to listen.

I cannot help but feel that I was being prepared for this connection long before it actually happened. This past year, I have dived deep into herbs, tinctures, and cultural rituals. Reading this story brought chills to my body as I feel even more connected with her. It feels as through I am activating memories that left with her human experience. It has been such a soul tingling experience that I am forever grateful for.

Thank you Ingrid for your love and connection. I cannot wait to allow you to be apart of this journey. I feel so honored.

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