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A BIT ABOUT JASMINE ON EARTH

Maltyox, Maltyox, Maltyox : Infinite Gratitude 

Hi beloved, As I sit here, surrounded by the lush greenery of the Guatemalan jungle, I can hardly believe how far I've come. It's been seven long years since I set out on this journey of self-discovery, yet it feels like a lifetime ago. 

 

I am Jasmine, a 29-year-old medicine woman of Guatemalan ancestry. My journey to self-discovery has been a long dark night of the soul, filled with the constantly "unprogramming" of beliefs system, death of what no longer serves me and rebirth into the magic that we hold within, and it has also been the most rewarding experience of my life.

For years, I struggled with depression, PTSD, and anxiety. I felt lost in the world, as if I was living in a matrix that didn't truly align with my values and beliefs. It was a difficult and lonely place to be, but I refused to give up on myself.

It was then that I heard the call of my ancestral roots. I had always felt a deep connection to my Guatemalan heritage, but I had never truly explored it.

So I set out on a journey of self-discovery, one that would take me across the globe in search of ancestral wisdom and healing. I knew that I had to reconnect with my roots, to tap into the ancient knowledge that had been passed down through generations of my people.

I sought out indigenous elders and healers, learning from their ancient wisdom and traditions. I journeyed with plant medicines like ayahuasca and psilocybin magic mushrooms, which magic mushrooms saved my life and allowed me to break free from the negative thought patterns and behaviors that had kept me stuck for so long. I was living in depression and even attemped to leave this planet because of how awful I felt. (Which is why I am so passionate to share with you, that as cliche as it sounds, if I can do it, so can you. You are your own alchemist.)

I delved into other forms of healing modalities as well, such as hape, sananga, conscious cannabis, breathwork, bodywork, and a vegan lifestyle. I discovered how these traditional medicines could be used to purify the mind, body, and spirit, helping me to become a more grounded and centered person. I embraced these practices with an open heart and mind, using them to continue healing myself and to be a beacon of light for those around me.

But it wasn't just the medicines and practices that helped me to heal. It was also the wisdom and guidance of the indigenous elders that I met along the way. They taught me about the ancient traditions and beliefs that had been passed down through generations, giving me a newfound respect for the power of nature and the interconnectedness of all things.

But the road was not always easy. I faced challenges and obstacles that tested my strength and resolve. There were times when I felt alone and unsure, when I wondered if I was truly making a difference in the world. Sometimes I felt like I took 5 steps forward and 10 steps back. I am human after all, and one things that I have come to learn is that life is a spiral, and triggers always come back around until you peal back another layer of healing that needs to occur.

But through it all, I persevered. I knew that my journey was not just about healing myself, but about aiding the collective expansion of consciousness. I was determined to be a catalyst for change, to use my newly remembered knowledge and wisdom to help others find their way to healing and knowing thy self.

I continue to journey, to learn from new teachers and expand my knowledge of the world and myself. And though the road ahead may be long and winding, I face it with courage, grace, knowing that I have the tools and the wisdom to overcome anything that comes my way and most importantly an unshakeable faith in the power of love and healing to transform the world.

Through my journey, I have come to understand that our struggles are not weaknesses, but opportunities for growth and transformation. I am grateful for every experience, every teacher, and every moment that has brought me to where I am today. And I am committed to using my gifts to aid the collective in expanding consciousness and creating a better world for all.

Today, I am a medicine woman, using my knowledge and experience to help others heal themselves and find their own paths to self-discovery. 

For I am Jasmine On Earth, a proud descendant of Guatemala, a lightworker, an energy bridge, a channel, a teacher, and a pillar of light for all those around me. For the good of all.

The Light in Me, honors the Light in You. 

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