My Thoughts on “Scandal in the South”
Beautiful: the state is gorgeous, green and lush. The food was AMAZING…from Italian to Southern we had a wonderful stay.
The walk was very difficult for several reasons. I had not slept well. Sleeping is very important, but is a rarity. We had to change hotels, the hotel we initially were checked into did not have a refrigerator or microwave, and the beds were I believe made from concrete. This was not a good beginning to promote a refreshed and clear walk. I was extremely stressed out when I had my make-up done and was at a boiling point when on the way to the walk.
My opening meditation was strange; I saw a HUGE TREE, a man, and mystery. The house was very pretty and old with vines and a HUGE TREE. I was enthralled by the tree; it was mazing and grown over with old decayed vines. I just wanted to sit under it and take a nap!
The walk began and I did not feel a strong connection. I did not feel the burst of adrenaline that for me marks the beginning of the transition, a transition that takes place physically within my body that creates the ability for me to communicate clearly.
I felt like I was stumbling around, then a dead man by the name of Big J came to the rescue. He told me about the house, the location, and the people who had lived there. I was very thankful that I had someone there to really help me, but at the same time it was all from his point of view. I knew I needed to do more.
I took a break and cleared the house of all the crew so that I could lay down in the hallway in the dark and firmly connect at least to my guides.
I was then connected to them and they took me back upstairs to confront the male energy that was stealing from the owners and causing a bit of chaos for both the living and the other dead in the home. This part of the walk went smoothly, though short and to the point.
Because it is a new team, there were bumps and near death experiences as they tried not to fall down stairs and doors while running after me in the dark. But all in all we finished it in record time, not really a good thing for me! I was terrified. Did I really get enough of any one thing on my walk, and did it make any sense at all?
At the sketch, the artist set me at ease and two of the dead men that I encountered on my walk showed up to have their pictures drawn. Though they were fighting amongst themselves everything went well and I felt slightly better.
Matt and I had some time on our hands and we were able to visit the little five point area and a bit of the city of Georgia. This was a nice change from just going in, doing the walk, sketch & reveal with little or no sleep, like last season.
The reveal: I was pretty much unable to breath or focus, because I felt I had done HORRIBLY on the walk! It unfolded with Ben and Cynthia, a very sweet, haunted couple. Cynthia and I matched on all she had experienced and what I had seen and encountered on my walk. The inner dramas between the dead within the home, which filtered over into the living world, had become tiresome and scary for them.
The solution, though consisting of many steps, was clear and definite.
They could reclaim their home!
I then could breath.