It’s been a little over 3 months since I completed breast cancer treatment and traveled to Bisbee, AZ with my husband. A fellow RV’er friend introduced us to this utterly charming town, and we loved it! I had a particular urge to find a spot of land and settle, in part from coming out of the other side of the cancer. A serious health scare can cause anyone to reevaluate their priorities!
We’re now in the process of buying land with the idea of building on off-grid property. It’s going to be done in stages, and we look forward to documenting the process on our Youtube channel ‘The Cruisin’ Crew’.
Being in a new town with new possibilities can be overstimulating, overwhelming, and stressful (though admittedly, much of it is ‘good’ stress, i.e., excitement). Chris is currently away on a biz trip to Germany and I’m staying in an RV park, which can be hard–there’s always a lot of mixed-up energies from all of the people camped in a small space!
It’s important during this time of the Full Moon to really try to stay calm and balanced, which I know well enough can be much easier to say than to do. What is your go-to calming technique? One for me is to imagine a stressful situation, all of the people involved, etc., and do the Ho’oponopono prayer: I’m sorry, please forgive me, thank you, I love you. It’s a Hawaiian mantra that has healed many people and situations; it clears up the karma and negative vibes. And the best news is you don’t have to mean it when you say it, the situation doesn’t even have to do with you apologizing to anyone necessarily! Just be willing to be open to the positive healing is all that is needed, say the prayer as many times as you feel necessary.
I look forward to walking my path as it develps, and wish you well on yours!