You're not broken

In December I went to a healer friend of mine for a session. During our time together, we were talking about the work I was doing, my self work, and he said to me, "I need to tell you a story. I have been going to Catholic Churches to pray, because my guides have told me to do so. I pray for people I am going to work on and the people in my life. At this church I went to recently, there was an altar outside and you could put a candle there. So I went to the office to buy a candle and I saw Virgin Mary and Arch Angel Michael candles. I told the lady in the office I wanted some. Then my guides told me to turn around. So I turned around and I saw three Baby Jesus laying there and they were so beautiful. I asked the woman, how much for the Baby Jesus? She said, oh, those aren't for sale because they're broken. Without even thinking I said, Jesus doesn't view me as broken, so why should I view him as broken? The woman immediately burst into tears. She said, if you want them, take them, they're free." He then looked at me and said, "I am supposed to find these baby Jesus homes and I think one of them is yours. I'm not sure if it's this one." He pointed at one lying there. "But I have two more in the car." I shrugged and said, maybe. I had been shown one in my mind and that wasn't it. He proceeded with the session and at the end he mentioned the Baby Jesus again. "I really think one of those are yours."

I thought for a second, "Do you have one with a damaged left hand?" He looked down over his glasses and laughed. "Yes, I do."

I followed him to the car and sure enough, there were two Baby Jesus. One was almost completely intact and the other was the most broken of the three. I'm a little embarrassed to say that I second guessed myself. I didn't want the really broken one. I paused and asked him, "which one should I take?" He shook his head, "I don't know, ask." I closed my eyes and put my hand over the broken one first. I immediately heard, "It's me." I pointed at the broken one. "I guess that's the one." As soon as he handed it to me I finally really got what he was trying to tell me. We're not broken. We are never broken. Even if we feel as if our life has been destroyed and we have no hope, we are always whole. Being broken is an illusion of our Earth reality and nothing more.

In the work that I do, often times peoples' energy are scattered; in the past, in the future, due to trauma; or they have let someone else have some sort of power over it. This leaves them feeling fragmented, drained and powerless. They may not feel capable of taking another step. But this doesn't mean they aren't whole. They just have the opportunity to understand how they got that way and reassemble themselves into an even more glorious version of self. So remember, you're whole. No matter what. And when you realize that, you will have a power no one can take from you.

If you are feeling scattered, try this exercise:


Sit or lie down in a quiet space. Breathe deeply to relax and rest your eyes. You can light a candle if you wish. Now, set the intention to recall all of the pieces of your energy that are scattered:


"I recall to my being all of the pieces of me on all levels from the past, present and future that are separate from me at this moment. I ask that my angels clean, charge and make these pieces vibrationally compatible with me at this time and incorporate the pieces into my being in my best and highest good."


Take some deep breaths and allow your body to incorporate the energy back into your being.


Let me know how this works for you in the comments below.