Obsidian - 2 in Gemstone adventures

  • Oct. 31, 2020, 5:44 a.m.
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So last night I asked Black Obsidian, why all the hate in my life? One “hate” in particular is when I found out my mom had been saying a lot of bad things about me to my aunt, who now doesn’t want to have anything to do with me. I also have bad relations with a couple of my siblings, who also happen to be very close to my mother. AND, to make matters worse, my mom completely cancelled my birthday party on me at the last minute despite having planned for weeks. I was very disappointed.

Last night as I slept with obsidian against my chest, two thoughts occurred to me–

1 - My mom is working out karma between her and my father, and it has nothing to do with me. I may just be getting some of the brunt of it due to proximity.
In that moment I felt glad that I had obsidian to protect me, because fending off bad, obtrusive energies is what it’s for.

2 - Right before I woke up I had a sudden image flash in my mind’s eye; I dreamed that an “enemy” came back. I remember saying in that dream, “if he comes back, then I must leave. He and I cannot coexist within the same space.”
I haven’t yet deciphered what this means exactly. For sure, I absolutely dislike this person and haven’t seen or really heard about them in almost a year. In fact, this person was barely even on my mind until today. I was curious why obsidian flashed this person in my dream to me.

J.E. October 31, 2020

Keep your head up and focus on you.
big hugs

noip J.E. ⋅ October 31, 2020

Thank you, that is great advice. :)

A Pedestrian Wandering October 31, 2020

Happy Birthday! Sushi for one sounds like a good way to go. This may just be your obsidian keeping you from a negative experience (with the whole family). The thirties are a remarkable time, I hope this year leads you where you want to be!

noip A Pedestrian Wandering ⋅ October 31, 2020

Thank you for the birthday wish !! You’re right, and I appreciate the positive spin.
I hope so too about my thirties; thank you for your kind words!

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