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Dance of the Butterfly

Posted By on Apr 27, 2015


I want you to think about the pain you have gone through or are going through. How you feel like your very core is disintegrating, like the layers of yourself are falling away.

On the path to becoming a butterfly the caterpillar dissolves completely. Every cell, every piece that once defined him falls away. This is a process of re-birthing into a new being, a new world. This is what you feel peeling away.

The pain of dissolving completely into what we were born to be is sometimes a painful process. And in the end you might not recognize yourself.

The transformation from caterpillar to butterfly is not an easy path. You weave a sacred space to dissolve completely and inside that cocoon you are literally forged anew.

You are reborn; you emerge, stretching towards the new found light and from there you fly into the world on beautiful hopeful new wings.

How many times in this life have you dissolved and been reborn? Each time with unseen inner strength to go deep within the darkness and emerge into the light to spread your wings and fly?

We are each butterflies taking to the skies with hearts of hope, souls of purpose and wings of love. Fly, beautiful spirit, fly

©Ara

 

Photo: Jaime Ibarra Photography

 

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Author: Ara

C. Ara Campbell is a visionary writer, soul guide, cosmic channel, teacher, artist, empath, womb keeper and the founder of The Goddess Circle. She is dedicated to the awakening feminine, living embodied truth and aiding others in connecting with their medicine. She is an old soul that has been writing and channeling guidance from the unseen world since she was young, intuitively soul coaching and empowering using spiritual and natural energies.

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