I saw this picture on Facebook and absolutely loved it. The phrase 'Gypsy Soul' sums up my life now as well as a past one. I have moved A LOT. I've moved over 30 times across the U.S. and abroad. It's always a bit scary to pick up your life and move to a new place, especially if you don't speak the language, but the pros far outweigh the cons. I love meeting new people, seeing new places and learning new things. When I'm abroad, I love soaking up the culture wherever I happen to be living. The idea of settling down and living in one place seems foreign to me. In fact, I don't know that I'm capable of it. A home base is probably far more reasonable for this Gypsy Soul.
I was always drawn to songs such as "Gitan" (Gypsy) by Garou and "Gitana" (Gypsy) by Shakira. One of my favorite films is Chocolat. I love this film on multiple levels - the chocolate, the themes of rebelling, holding your boundaries, determining your own destiny and the scenes with the river Gypsies. Some aspect of me has always, in some way, identified with Gypsies. A few years ago, I was shown why a part of me is drawn to them.
While doing an Emotional Baggage Release session, I was able to see into the past life of the person I was working with. In that life, she was a Gypsy and lost many of her friends and family to fires set by a group of, let's call them, anti-Gypsy people. I could see her on the ground, watching the flames, sobbing and yelling. I felt that she was focusing on her best friend who she knew was trapped in a wagon turned ball of flames. In that moment, I realized - I was the best friend in that life. Needless to say, I was shaken up, but we continued with the past life healing repair until all of the trapped emotions for her were released. It took me a few days before I could sit quietly and let myself go back to that time. I saw what 'I' looked like, but mostly I could feel what 'I' was feeling during that event. I saw that they had barricaded the doors of our wagon and there was no way out. I saw who else was with me. I could see other wagons burning and knew this would be our fate as well. I felt the panic, the disbelief, the heat... It was pretty horrific. I did my own releasing and healing repair for the situation.
So, at one time I truly was a Gypsy. It's interesting how a person I'd never met before these sessions turned out to be a Gypsy Soulmate. I was once an actual Gypsy and now I live this life going from place to place. For me, this is another confirmation that there is nothing random about life.
Love, Adrienne :)
9/14/2016 06:42:45 am
What an incredible experience for you! Life is full of surprises, that's for sure. Being the gypsy in our society goes against the norm, but you had the courage to do what you wanted and listen to what makes you happy...that is a wonderful thing.
9/18/2016 05:37:38 pm
Thank you Patty - that means a lot :)
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Hello! I'm Adrienne Almamour, an empathic intuitive conduit. I assist people by detecting and clearing their subconscious emotional energy blockages. This blog is a commentary and reflection of life from an intuitive standpoint which also incorporates ways that allow us to be from our heart.