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When part is in the past, part is in the future, being in the now moment is an answer.

Lately I’ve found myself wondering if there’s value in keeping things published that no longer feel 100% true, but then I realized that is a ridiculous question for me to be asking. Why? Because judging whether or not something is valuable is not one of my values. Wisdom and reciprocity better define what’s important to me.

Wisdom is what I know to be True and reciprocity is my willingness to receive as I share.

If I’m putting something out there that no longer feels true, I’m not aligned nor alive in my wisdom. A part of me is dead and only more decay will grow from that unless I choose to compost it… to create something new fertilized by the break down of the old.

At the same time something in me really loves a good archive where looking back feels like digging up treasure.

Dust free and perfectly preserved gold is at the heart of a Soul growing eternally through time. Yet, on an akashic record level, an experience is done when it’s done. Information is filed away and dissolved into the Soul’s archive of eternity, and the Soul’s gold becomes available for new creation.

Wild blessings,

Jennah Synnestvedt

Author Jennah Synnestvedt

As a writer, I divinely channel an alchemy of light frequencies and share heart wisdom woven from experiences growing up in the rocky mountains of Colorado, freelancing as a graphic artist in NYC, being an online entrepreneur, training at multiple psychic institutes, diving deep in my inner work with mentors, traveling to sacred sites around the world, as well as living lifetimes on Earth and beyond. Ways to work with me where I hold space for you to freely create your own adventure exist. 1:1 Soul Sessions, Groups, Soulful Brand Design, and more ... I have a completely open crown so it's natural for me to tune into the inspiration of others and amplify it. My deep sensitivity combined with my open expression, heart, and root centers provides a playground of wise guidance.

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