My role as a bridge woman.
I have always lived outside of the confines of reality, a reality I didn’t feel I was happy with reflected as sick and ill. I remember as a small child thinking life was “over” by the time one reached “30” because by then you were married, with kids and in a job you hated. I remember thinking this I never wanted to be & constantly questioned the purpose of life, like this. Not to say anything is wrong with that path, in my eyes, today.
But it showed me from a small girl how I walked a different way. Socially I felt sick conforming to a lifestyle, structure and way of being that my Being - my Body - did not enjoy. I was suggested medications, I used antidepressants & I distracted myself to years, until I gave up pretending to want to fit into a world that did not suit me: Love.
It has been a hard path to walk with such integrity, service, passion & fire. Being a bridge woman I have spent years alone more then most I know. I have also been most happy this way as it’s brought me a sense of purpose & created a lifestyle resonant from my own heart. From my centre.
Bridging worlds with the other world, working shamanically in the plant kingdom and being a healer of sorts, is a humble service too, I very rarely speak about as to my reasons I infact do everything. I would rather be broke then surface, and yet have always been protected & guided and infinitely taken care of by much larger forces as to the gift I give of being true to a life in love, heart and service, to an earth wisdom. A sacred remembrance.
Most people know me for dance and sure, but really my hearts home is with a song from my belly & an infinite sky above, shaking the goodness through the bones with a rattle in hand or praying to the goddess. Walking as women who bridge the worlds, is hard but I wouldn’t have it any other way Spirit has oddly also guided me in the deepening of my connections to the other worlds to be bridging them further for others to experience & also why you’ve seen a lot more of me these past year or so, and also why I work so hard to bring experiences to community that have meaning, and depth, that don’t often occur in our social fabric.