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Rainbows, Rainbows Everywhere!

The expression, ‘it never rains but it pours’ seems to have set the tone for me this year. I have seen some of the darkest moments of my life, where ‘continuing’ or being strong have been my only options.


The funny thing about this experience though, is that, I have been surrounded by rainbows every step of the way. I work very closely with Rainbow Light Frequency during healings. It helps to restore, rejuvenate and bring balance. Rainbows can also be likened with Glimmers and when sent by your Guides, can represent immense protection and right timing. They indicate that you are connected with your higher self and are on the right path, no matter how hard that path may currently be.


I have also noticed new Guides stepping in for me during this incredibly difficult time. Many Light Workers are experiencing a Second Ascension, coupled with a Dark Night Of The Soul. A period of transformative inner work, shifting the collective into a much higher state, shining a light on any density we continue to hold in our emotional bodies and energy fields.


My new Guide is a fierce Native American warrior. The thing that stood out for me the most when I noticed him step into my energy field to speak with me, is that he didn’t have hair. He has a shaved head with a small patch of hair at the back that was thread braided with feathers in. He had two strong black stripes across his face, covering his eyes. He was tall, stealthy, sweaty and incredibly protective.


Mohawk warriors used to cut their hair in various ways to make their scalps more desirable to bounty hunters. They valued the length of hair for its strength, spirituality and power. It was an in your face, bold move daring bounty hunters to seek their scalps. It was a distinction and a way to protect women and children.


The name ‘Mohawk’ comes from a name their enemies gave them, meaning “man-eaters.” Implying that they were fierce warriors.


Apart from decorative purposes, the body paint colours and symbols they used were mainly utilised during wars to convey secret messages to the other members of the tribe. Each colour and symbol had its own significance. They believed that the designs that they painted had certain magical powers that would protect them.

Black symbolised “living” and was considered to be an aggressive colour. It was painted on the face to prepare for war. It signified strength and also that the warrior had proved himself in the battle.


Rainbows are formed when light from the sun is scattered by water droplets through a process called refraction. Refraction occurs when the light from the sun changes direction when passing through a medium denser than air, such as a raindrop.


I love the idea that during this Piscean watery, emotional time, my Guides are showing me how to look at my blackness and density differently. Through this rebirth process, allowing light to change my direction will bring immense beauty through the form of Rainbows, while being divinely protected by my warrior spirit teams.


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~ The Wild Healer ~


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