Great Evening Readers! How’s your day thus far? Did you abundant your day? I hope you did. Let’s abundant our evening for ourselves and our family. May our work and intentions be our prayer for good for ourselves and our family. May we be more appreciative of life and what it has to offer us. Amen!
Yesterday I had a very unique experience. I tried to blog about yesterday, but I wasn’t done with my experience. I had a good day, but was running a few errands before heading home. I arrived home and retreated to the kitchen to cook dinner. I’m listening to my music while cooking.
Then I became dizzy. From there I knew my blood pressure was low. From time to time I have my dizzy spells or experiencing extreme fatigue. When I’m feeling like that it’s either because my blood pressure is low or my iron is low. I am anemic and sometimes it goes into remission if I’m eating enough food with iron in it. Anyhow I hurried up to the nearest chair to keep myself from falling to the floor. All I need is to get ahold of some ice or frozen fruit that will have me alert. It works every time. And from there I would take an iron pill with orange juice.
I sat in the chair mustering up enough strength and courage to walk to the freezer to get what I need. I walked then boom! I had fell. I don’t know how long I laid unconsciously, but I heard myself telling myself to get up and be strong. When I finally got myself onto a chair, I automatically started eating frozen fruit so I could become alert. It wasn’t working. Here I was pacing myself in my mind to pull through. I kept telling myself I have to make my children’s plate. The food was done.
I got up once more to finish making my children’s plate of food. Boom! I fell onto the floor once again. I stared at the light and ceiling wondering if this was my ascension. I felt myself urinating while laying on the floor. I yelled to the heavens in my mind begging my ancestors I was not ready to ascend. I wanted more time with my children. There were a lot of word exchanges.
I became alert and got up real quick. I changed out my clothes, cleaned up the mess. Boom! I fell again. I woke up to my daughter tugging at me to wake up. I asked what happened and where was I. She said “Mommy you fell in the bathroom!” I looked around while laying on the floor and told her I was okay, just needed to have enough strength to get up. After encouraging myself to get back up, I finished making the kids plate and went straight to bed.
As I laid and rested, I was reminded that I was distracted. I needed to focus. It was true I was distracted. I was just missing my mother. Her birthday in three weeks and next month will mark 5 yrs since she ascended. I shouldn’t be sad instead I should think about the good times I had with her. I should be focus on continuing making her proud.
My whole experience was a wake up call for me letting me know I have unfinished business to handle. My time was not up at all, there’s too much to do. I wouldn’t want my children to be motherless. I have to do better with my health although I’m detoxing. I have to keep in mind the body needs more nutrients and minerals when it goes through a detoxification. I’m grateful for life to be here to be given another opportunity to share my wisdom and to make a difference in someone’s life.
Sometimes we may be hit with a near death experience to give us a wake up call to get back on track. Paid attention to the signs and remember health is wealth! I challenge you all to think about your near death experience and what you’ve learned from it. Did you make a promise while you were in the moment of that situation? If so reflect on that promise. Are you doing what you promised? If not how come? If so, are you really committed to it? Have a phenomenal evening!