1. Patricia 5 years ago

    I did the Druidic Prayer Posture meditation and found it to be very intense and emotional. As I stood there it was as if my life was flashing before me but so many things had happened I was unable to reach the present day in terms of the time line. However piece of my soul that returned was a piece I lost during a 17 year abusive relationship, but in 17 years I feel quite a few piece were lost and that it is definitely an exercise I will have to repeat just to recover those pieces from this period alone. Tears came to my eyes as I was finally able to release some of the mental, emotional as well as physical pain I had endured.

    I can honesty say by the time I found the courage to leave this relationship I was close to dying and although I have had numerous counselling sessions this is one area I have never really delved into.. I think my soul truly left over and over to protect me from the memories and much more. But through these soul recovery meditations I wont have to remember but will still be able to welcome them back. and for that I am truly grateful….

    • Dakota Walker 5 years ago

      What a powerful revelation Patricia – and so true, we can recover and discover without having to dive into the muck of what happened. The goal, idea is to move forward while at the same time offering that nurturance and safe place for our soul pieces to return. You are so strong and powerful for having come through that and to be on this path now.

  2. Betty 5 years ago

    This was a very powerful meditation for me. I’d done the Soul Recovery meditation and found some lost soul parts but this Druidic Prayer Posture felt like it “sealed the deal.” I saw that thread through my past and the places that were very thin; some surprisingly so. It felt powerful and healing to go back and breathe over those thin spots; to reiterate and remind those lost soul parts that it’s safe to come home. I’m dealing with a lot of anxiety for various reasons right now and found that the Druidic Prayer Posture helped to ground me. Even after the meditation, I still feel as though the green light from Mother Earth and the golden light from Father Sky are still around me. It’s extraordinarily calming. Wow….

    • Dakota Walker 5 years ago

      Betty, so happy you had this experience. It is powerful whenever we do any type of ecstatic posture – much like mudras, it holds a certain vibration or channel so that we can “get there”. I hope it helped with the anxiety you are feeling too ..

  3. Grace 5 years ago

    I enjoyed the Druidic Prayer Posture meditation. I was nervous that I would not be able to stand that long, but once I began the timeline I went into a sort of trance. I didn’t complete the timeline as I was moving slower than the meditation but I didn’t find any lost soul parts. I felt really grounded, centered, and balanced. I could see all the transformation from the work this year. I’d like to do this meditation regularly as part of my spiritual practice.

    • Dakota Walker 5 years ago

      Grace, now that you know the posture and the flow of the meditation, you can always do this without the verbal instruction. Play some heart chakra music and go into the posture, take your time so you can really garner the power of each soul piece coming back to you. And it is like a trance, much like the moving meditation we did when you were here – the morning one.

  4. Colleen Sullivan 5 years ago

    I actually did the meditation before I watched this unit. I’ve always been very sensitive to yelling and anger and it’s caused me panic. When our son screams in anger now it freaks me out and I panic trying to figure out what is wrong to make him feel better. When my parents were here they talked about a moment when they caught my middle sister screaming at me at the top of her lungs. I was huddled in the corner cowering. I was very young. My father became irate and went after my sister.

    I don’t have a memory of the incident, but during the recovery one of the shards led me to what I imagine was that moment or at least how I view the moment. I was scared not only of my sister but of my father’s reaction. My older sister was there and she was grim but didn’t intervene for fear of angering my middle sister. My mom was noticeably absent. My little self was crying. When I asked her if she was ready to come with me she nodded and took my hand. When I asked her what she wanted me to do she asked me to plant a tree.

    I was really confused by that request. What did that have to do with anything? Why a tree? I was sitting with it and then watched this module. You spoke about the Celtic view of the tree living in all three dimensions. I am Irish. It made more sense. Three shards found, three parts healed, three kids in the scenario. Lots of threes. I think the tree is symbolic of healing in all three dimensions. That’s what I have right now and will keep sitting with it to make sure. And I will be visiting a nursery soon.

    • Dakota Walker 5 years ago

      Love this …. how powerful! And how powerful that tree will be when you plant it! There’s a great book about the Celtic meanings of various trees, you would probably love it just so you could pick one that resonates with those shards you retrieved.

  5. Carol Sloan 5 years ago

    I chose to sit in my wheelchair to do this because I didn’t want to risk falling over. It felt as if I was being watched the whole time. My soul family were there protecting me the whole time. At one point I felt a presence behind me but it was not my soul family or my soul family. I could find no memory of being in my mothers womb and I have a memory of standing up for the first time but it was not as a baby. I see myself between the parallel bars pulling myself upright for the first time and tears trying to trickle down my face but they wouldn’t come. I became disorientated towards the end and fear crept in because I couldn’t work out where I was.

    • Dakota Walker 5 years ago

      Sounds like a rebirthing experience – can you pinpoint what the fear was that crept in at the end?

      • Carol Sloan 5 years ago

        Yes I can for once. I was doing the ceremony in the dark and there is not a lot of room to turn round between the wardrobe and the bed. Trying to turn around in the dark in a small space in a wheelchair and trying to remember where north and south were sent me into a spin because I should have been able to reach out and touch the bed and I couldn’t find it.

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