Glacial Stream Flow - Melting and Celebration

Received from a cascading glacial stream emerging from the Svellnosbreen glacier. This essence supports realization of joy, freedom, movement and pleasure of the moment. Carries energies of the celebration that accompanies release from a long period of confinement. Assists that which is frozen to allow melting. Supports movement as both spiritual work and play, and as artistic expression or expressive therapy.

Glacial Stream Flow

Glacial Stream Flow - „ Melting: Release and Celebration“

This essence was received from a cascading glacial stream emerging from the Svellnosbreen glacier under a cloudless sky on a warm August, 1999 day in Jotunheimen, this essence carries energies of the celebration that accompanies release from a long period of confinement. Assists that which is frozen to allow melting, when the time comes for liberation from the former pattern or habit. Useful to assist transformation of the avoidance of responsibilities into peaceful acceptance of them, by supporting the understanding that celebration may be the child of commitment., and that all things have their season. This essence embodies joy, freedom, and delight in movement, and may be useful for working with movement, either as artistic expression, or in expressive therapy.

©Randall Barolet

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