Oh, that pesky mole...I thought we go rid of that little rascal a couple of years ago after my husband used a smoke bomb to spook that guy out of our backyard. Unfortunately, the smoke bomb was defective and caught our 50 year old shrub line on fire and almost burnt down our house and the neighborhood.
Fortunately and by many miracles, the damage was localized to our outside space.
This mole has come back, fist pumping in the air, taunting us by saying, "I'm still here!!!"
Well, ok, apparently, we'll have to think of another benevolent way to encourage this guy to move on or find a peaceful way to co-exist.
This mole is a great example of those "things" that all of us...you know, the tender spots in our soul that keep whatever we've buried where the sun don't shine.
The more I do my work, the more I believe it's not because we don't want to deal with it so much as it's we've not been taught the true meaning of the stuff in the basement or how to find the lightswitch to make it not so scary to go down there.
"There's a lightswitch?" Yeah, there is and it's so simple to find and use....I sometimes wonder why we're not taught about it when we're young so that we don't have to keep running away from ourselves.
People can talk theoretically about one's light, life purpose, and soul's intentions but so few actually have concrete, practical steps on how to find it quickly.
All I have to say is if you want to know what's going on in your subconscious, your hidden drivers, or understand specific triggers of past experiences, it's as simple as opening your eyes and looking at what's playing out in your life right now.
Patterns from the past, stories learned in your life time, through your heritage, or throughout evolution of humankind are all playing out in your life right now.
If it all aligns, you won't have any pull away from where you are. If it's not aligned with what you want, you'll get blips of pressure, discontent, or annoyance. Sometimes you'll notice them or sometimes you'll put them in the basement.
As long as you're making it through the day, it's fine, I think, ,with just one cautionary note. Whatever goes into the basement will find its way to your front lawn, where it'll be stronger in its expression for attention and love.
Everything has its own way to be found, to be seen, and to be loved, even the stuff that we shove in the basement.
Even moles in your backyard who want to feel the love of the sun on its little whiskers.