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Musings of an Awakening Spirit

Stories, poetry & general musings of Rebecca Haywood, a modern-day Shaman with a penchant for bringing the divine into the human experience.

Life is Love

Life is Love
Life is Love, and you are the lover. Let’s make it a delicious affair, shall we?   Happy Valentines, my lovers! I love you so. 💘
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Root to Rise Journey (Tolantongo Spring, Mexico)


Described as “the womb of Mexico”, Tolantongo will absolutely embrace you. A healing oasis tucked into the Sierra Madre mountains and fed by volcanic thermal springs, her mineral-rich waters are perpetually warm hence her Nahuatl name “Tonaltonko”— “Home where it feels warm”. “Home” is exactly the feeling you sink into as you ascend her miles of waterfalls cascading from the sacred womb caves of Tonantzin (Divine Mother Earth). Depending on which ‘Mother...
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How do we let go of the past?


Letting go of the past requires us to let go of the self within that story. And to let go of that self, we might need to let go of the self we are today and in all our tomorrows. When @donmiguelruiz gave me this teaching—that sleep is the closest thing to death—I upleveled my ability to let go. My nighttime ritual became a Puja of preparing myself for that death— cleansing...
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AI: Artificial Ink

AI: Artificial Ink
“There is no original thought.” I remember when @donmiguelruiz told me this, explaining how every dream that has ever been dreamt is alive. Some know it as the Akashic Records… the big file cabinet in the ethers that we all tap into. This teaching helped me to let go of my attachment to my creations and my identity within them. Like the Buddhist monks and their sand mandalas, I could create with so...
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Day of Guadalupe: Sacred Chapel, Abuelita's Legacy


Recorded this in 2018 in a chapel where I used to live. She held a strong presence there and often made herself known, as you can see in the video. The property was equally adorned in etchings of Toltec deities including my beloveds Quetzalcoatl and Tlaloc.   So it was a perfect reflection of my Abuelita’s lineage and a much needed sanctuary for my move from the mountains to the city and...
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