Biologically speaking, an ant can never become a ladybird, but metaphorically speaking it can. One and a half years ago, I felt like a small, insignificant ant here in America, which crawled over the continent always asking itself, “What are you doing here? Are you sure that someone will show an interest in you and your work?”
Admittedly, those doubts also surfaced from time to time in the past few months, but on this trip, which is coming to an end tomorrow, I had the feeling for the first time that I have gradually left the ant stage and am developing into a ladybird. I owe this circumstance to some of my friends; one of them I would like to mention in particular today, namely Dr Muffit Jensen from Burbank.
The chemistry between us was right from the beginning, and we resemble each other in many ways. We both like it straightforward and “unfussy”, organisational matters are dealt with quickly and without much ado, and we are connected very closely with each other via the angels and Ascended Masters. For example, she organised a workshop for me as well as 18 single sessions with her clients. This gave and gives me the opportunity to establish myself here in Los Angeles and to strengthen her patients’ trust in me and my work.
And last but not least, I would like to mention all the other Californian companions who organised events for me in the past three weeks and thus enabled me to approach many people whose paths would not have crossed mine without their support. I already mentioned them in my previous blog entries.
Therefore, I look back on three intense and wonderful weeks with satisfaction and happiness, accompanied by my husband Gerd, without whose support I probably would not undertake my far and strenuous journeys. On a higher plane, we all follow the plan we agreed to before our incarnation, namely opening people’s eyes to the spiritual world. From now on as a ladybird and not as an ant anymore 😉 .