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I Can’t Believe I Caught This…

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Last week I had such a beautiful time facilitating a circle of about 40 women. I did a shamanic journey and group healing for them, led them in some singing and drumming, and taught about how to Sing Your Self and Your Success Alive. Did I tell you I LOVE what I do? (:

What blew me away, apart from having an extra something added to my voice on a spirit level, was actually what happened AFTER the circle. And the 5 truths that came with it…

When we were done, one of the co-hosts Jill Hewlitt wanted us to have our picture taken together. So her co-host Karen Armstrong asks her mom to take a picture of us. And here’s where it got interesting…
She said there was a light in the way. Jill thought it might be her finger. Nope. So we moved to a different part of the yard with less lighting. The “light” still showed up. 3rd time – in pure darkness. Again with the light, so I asked her if I could see it. Yep. The biggest, brightest Orb I have EVER seen. Following us around the yard until we all knew and acknowledged what it was. Not that I definitely know what these are, but I know they are of the higher realms, and that they only seem to show up when high vibration activities are going on, like ceremony and celebration, or a child’s laughter.

In case your left-brain science mind is trying to find an explanation for the orb, like dust on the camera lens or moisture in the air… the 4th picture we took showed NO orb. It was simply gone. Same spot in the dark, same camera, just seconds later, after it showing up 3 times in a row in different spots. Not only that, but I have seen these with “the naked eye”, with and without my glasses on. Just saying. (:

So why is this important? The 5 Truths that Came with the Orb:

1.     What a reminder to literally shine your light!!! THAT is what it sometimes take to get the attention of the people who need you. In the music industry we call that “larger than life” or “charisma”. In the energetic realms, it’s called radiating your light and being more of who you are – which is what we were working on that evening.

2.     How much proof do we need before we will believe that we have incredible support from the higher realms??? This one wanted to be absolutely sure we all acknowledged and understood that this wasn’t just some dust speck on a lens.

3.     Show up BIG. And do it NOW. I’ve seen orbs before, thousands of them one night with my eyes, but never one this big and bright. That’s the magnitude of light YOU need to be shining so that you can be a beacon for those who need your support. That means facing and moving through your self-doubt, fear and lack of self-trust – it’s not easy but it is doable with the right support.

4.    Do whatever you can to raise your vibrational frequency. Breathe! Do the things you love, the things that nourish your whole being! Surround yourself with people who lift you up. And when you get down, get help to find your way back up. Hanging out in a downward spiral (and believe me, I know this firsthand!) just creates more negativity around you and it gets harder and harder to climb out.

5.    There is SO. MUCH. LIGHT that is available to us now when we tap into it. So look at your life and your business and ask yourself… where are you NOT fully tapping into Spirit? When are you forgetting to ask for help from the higher realms?

We are truly blessed to be living in this powerful time. Imagine all the souls who didn’t get to come live here on this planet at this time – but YOU DO. So let’s live it up and light up the Earth while we’re here.

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About Brenda MacIntyre

About Brenda MacIntyre

Known by her indigenous name Medicine Song Woman, Brenda MacIntyre has shared her evocative melodic voice and fusion of reggae, rap and indigenous hand drum healing music with appreciative audiences of 30 to 3,000 across North America. The Toronto-based Juno Award-winning singer has been featured nationally on MuchMusic, CTV, CP24, APTN and most recently, Global and the front page of the Toronto Star.

Powered by her grief from losing her son to murder in 2016, Brenda MacIntyre pours her soulful voice over a confluence of indigenous hand drum healing, soft rap and conscious roots reggae in her album “Picking Up the Pieces,” released in September 2019.

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