PUENTE LA REINA
Lightening your energetic load and being clear about whom you travel forward with. Learning discernment about who sees your worth and can actually support your growth.
Puente la Reina is the city where I spent my third night on the trail. Previously I had walked with a man from Denmark who had been part of the original group that I started with on the first day. During this day, I walked ahead when he needed to slow down due to knee problems. This departure happened on the outskirts of Pamplona, a city famous for the running of the bulls. This moment of moving ahead was one of clarity. It was a moment when I knew that I needed to keep moving forward and that there were other souls further ahead who could better support me in my journey. Because this man reminded me of a person with whom I had recently parted, this was a big moment for me. Even this early in my journey, the trail was teaching me discernment about my choices of traveling companions and my worthiness to travel with kindred spirits.
In Puente la Reina, I also lightened my pack by leaving behind my heavy but brand new sleeping mat. With a gulp, I left it in the albergue but did not miss its weight and bulk on my back for one minute. On the trail everything in one’s pack must be essential. Flushing out all the things that were not needed was a favorite pastime. I found the practice could be almost completely translated to all the things we carry internally as well. Hence, I set off before sunrise in the company of two kind Italians who spoke not a lick of English, in an effort to lighten all types of loads.
“Thank you for the essences received yesterday. I am moved by the… Camino Essence, Puente la Reina…the world of flowers & vibrational medicine is so vast & so etheric & the thought of pulling down and letting in these forces from the non-material plane is something that startles and delights…Elizabeth’s contribution to your catalog & to the world-wide offering of vibrational essences is unique in my experience.” A.C., NY
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