For me, Nosara was a call. I made my fifth trip, two to participate in Jonathan Horan’s Medicine Dance at Blue Spirit. My life was in it’s dismantling. I knew that was what I needed. Coming for the dance, being in Nosara grounded me and made me feel safe. During the second Medicine Dance, I spoke to the Creator and put out my prayers and intentions. If I was to continue to be used as a healer, as well as to heal, I needed to be healed in this place, to return for a longer period, not just a week, but till I was overflowing. I was just existing, and I wanted to start living.
I felt the current of of life reawakening within me, spirit speaking, guiding me to book at Nosara B&B Retreat. Stepping onto the land, I felt a vortex of profound healing energy. An aliveness pulsed through me. I experienced downloads, information coming through. It felt like being plugged into source, almost remembering where I came from. I was held, supported, safe, tapped into an intimate ability to manifest. I had to become careful with my thoughts. It was humbling to live in this energy and quickly experience where my thoughts were leading.
The teaching was to be in the now, the power and purity of nature. My will is not yet the will of nature, source. How do I learn to listen, relate, be used better by these energies so I can best show up and be that channel, conduit in the work I do in the world from a place of fullness, abundance, awareness?
Because of the relationship with nature, source, there is a new clarity, support, fuel, nourishment, tapping into all of me now. I feel my life experience brought me to being here now from new aspects of the self I have never been fully trusting, allowing. My being feels a ripeness here; a hunger for people wanting to live fully, to be more inclusive, community minded, supportive.
That call from others to want to know that fullness supports my desire to be used, to provide. It’s magic, the energy of Nosara. It draws you. The land’s energy calls to come be held, to access healing, teaching, ways in. For me as a teacher, it’s fantastic to be in a space that’s safe, healing, perfect. I love the long-term vision of building more community on land, going back to the roots where people worked together, shared, cared.
I love the slowness of the energy that enables me to be more contemplative, to process in a different way, less thinking, more felt awareness being delivered. Messages continue coming in for everyone. We remember more of what we really are rather than what we think we are.
We get into a universal flow, curious, creative, better than any reality show or newspaper. There is a lot going on here consistently. It’s not where you come to vacation but to remember what it is to be a spiritual in being in a human form. Nosara isn’t really a vacation. The frequency gets clearer, the static dissipates. This path is not for the faint of heart. Every stone, every pebble will be uncovered. But the feminine, grandmother, healing energy is powerful, and embracing. Nosara is a wonderful place to heal.