The part of you, you never knew!
I'm thrilled to share with you that I’ve found great inspiration in the New Year! Why? (Insert cyber drum roll here)
On Monday, January 4th, my mother sent me an email with a subject that read: “Scientists discover new organ in human body. A fold of membrane located in the digestive system is actually its own continuous organ and not a series of fragmented parts. Purpose still unknown.” This “new” internal organ is called Mesentery.
To me, this is as exciting as when we discover new galaxies, even more ancient life forms, or that I’ve won a $2.5 million dollar lottery! I can only explain my enthusiasm as this: while science is still “discovering” our parts and organs and their functions, I’ve been privileged to work with them (the organs) for twenty years, without needing science to validate my work. I believe we often look to science as fact, but the truth is, it only becomes “fact” when something is discovered. For example, “an estimate that the observable universe contained about 200 billion galaxies. The new research shows that this estimate is at least 10 times too low.” Not planets but GALAXIES! They’ve been here all along. I’m reminded of another “discovery” when doctors thought that handwashing wasn’t necessary before going from one patient to the next with surgeries. A tragic story, but one we have certainly corrected now. “Dr. Semmelweis’ hypothesis, that there was only one cause, that all that mattered was cleanliness, was extreme at the time, and was largely ignored, rejected or ridiculed. He was dismissed from the hospital and harassed by the medical community in Vienna, which eventually forced him to move to Budapest.”
I love that I’ve been able to meet them all (the organs), claimed and unclaimed by science. I’ve held conversations with them, hearing their voice and meeting their requests, and sent the owner of those organs away with a better knowledge of self and the deep understanding that their being is a beautiful whole, not a separate set of entities.
I’ve read of shamans who divined the planets and DNA thousands of years before given a telescope or microscope. Although I am not a shaman, I love knowing that I knew what the Mesentery was, where it was located, it’s shape and color before ever seeing an image of this beautiful organ that resembles delicate fanned coral. We had already met. What a gift.
In closing, may you start this year caring more for your precious self and your whole being: the parts unknown and known, from your subtle energetic components down to the you that you can see and feel. I am here for you and have been caring for each beautiful part of you all along.
Jada, thank you for reading!
I'm on a mission to finding my true self. Letting go of the old identity I've created to find the new. I would love to have you there to witness and to share the experience.