April 29, 2020

Why Should I Be Looking at My Shadows?

by Angela Legh in Allowing, Emotions, Self care0 Comments

There are many challenges we are facing in today’s world; including an unpredictable illness; a heavy workload for those that are on the job; as well as unprecedented restrictions on our freedoms. There is pending economic upheaval; and uncertainty about everything, including the availability of food supplies. Fear has spread rampantly, fueled through the fire of mass media. Those stuck inside are beginning to feel restless – there are only so many puzzles a person can do.

In this time of quarantine, there are a lot of emotions flying about. It almost seems that I pick up a feeling of sadness, or maybe fear, from the air; and an hour later I am back to happiness. This emotional roller coaster is felt by many as the collective consciousness is struggling to survive in the time of Corona. I have been an advocate of feeling my feelings; but why should I allow myself to experience random emotions I may have bumped into?

The effect of the collective conscious

The reality is that the Earth is higher frequencies are bombarding the Earth; this is raising the frequency of the planet. A quick peek at the Schumann Resonance chart will confirm; on April 23, 2020, the chart peaked with a high amplitude of 138 power; the base power is frequently under 10. Today the resonance measured at amplitude 76. This news is important because humans vibrate at a power of 5-10; in the same range as Earth.

As the Earth rises in frequency, so must we rise. The frequency of the Earth will continue to rise. Humans that rise in frequency will experience harmony; those that fail to rise in frequency will exhibit signs of discomfort – anxiety, fear, illness. The collective consciousness was filled with anxiety, fear, and uncertainty at a faster rate since the virus hit.

With this knowledge, I ask, why should I be looking at my shadows? For one reason, the more of us who delve into ourselves and process our emotions, the fewer negative emotions there are in the collective consciousness., which would greatly benefit humanity. The second reason is that humanity needs to move away from having a fear of looking at their shadows.

Why shadow work is important

I was someone who believed that I had to always be happy. I would dismiss and ignore negative emotions; at one point I even claimed that I never feel anger. I was so fearful of what I considered to be negative emotions, I denied their existence. In denying, them, I buried them into my cellular structure, which could have caused severe illness. I was lucky; after a crisis, I woke up.

Over the last two or three years, I have done a lot of shadow work. Long-buried emotions were dredged up; the shadow person representing the buried emotion was appreciated; loved, and allowed to go. I did the work, but I had resistance. I hated to delve into my shadows; because I was committed to raising my frequency I did the work.

Even last week, if someone had said “Hey Angela, let’s dive into the fears of collective consciousness!” I would have balked at experiencing the collective fear. Why would I want to add collective fear to my experience, when I have finally stepped out of having much to fear in my life? “Heck no!” I would have said.

So what changed my perspective? I have started to learn about Gene Keys! A walk with a deep contemplation about gene key 48 has eradicated my fear of facing, well, fear. Gene keys reveal that deep within every shadow is a gift; it is only through looking at the shadow that the gift can be retrieved. It all begins with trust; trusting the shadow frequency; entering into my fears.

The gift in our shadows

Me being me, I started with my biggest fear; the fear of facing fear. I sat on my couch and called the fear of fear in my body. Opening my heart, I let myself experience the entirety of that fear, from the tightening of my stomach muscles, the constriction of my throat, the heaviness in my solar plexus area. I sat with the fear, feeling into it, while I let it run its course. It didn’t take long; just a few minutes. By allowing my fear, I released it from my body.

Now that I processed my own fear; I felt compelled to dive into the collective consciousness fears. While I know that I am not responsible for fixing anyone else; I do feel that I can help humanity rise in frequency by processing some of that fear. So I rolled up my sleeves and called up collective fear. I felt it swirling inside, with thoughts of “how am I going to afford rent?” “what do I do, the baby is sick!” and “there are germs on that door handle”. My stomach dropped, my muscles tightened, my root chakra felt heavy. I recognized the fear and gave it a name. I felt love for the person who expressed it; then I let it go.

The gift I received through this is the knowledge that letting go of resistance to fear is yet another step on my journey of surrendering to life. A gift of a beautiful life is the result of surrendering to my soul. The gift humanity received is that several individuals had their fears processed by someone experienced in that arena. Perhaps they rose a bit in frequency; one can only hope.

Those that have learned how can process their fear. For those that wish to start, I recommend that you get help. Some emotions are buried deep, and without guidance, diving in can be painful. There are many counselors, coaches, or energy healers who can assist.

Sending you blessings.


Angela Legh

Angela Legh is the author of the Bella Santini Chronicles, a celebrated series of children's fairytales. Angela is known for her ability to help people see their own value and to embrace the magic of life. Each book of the series takes children on a journey of self-discovery.

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