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Would you rather be right or happy?

In a battle, there may be a winner, but everyone actually looses. Love and peace are put aside leaving room for an imbalanced power to take root.

The greater the struggle, the bigger the rift. The nervous system attunes to high alert as more and more vigilance is needed for the semblance of safety.

So yea, let’s let that sh*t go, and choose love and peace instead which are infinitely more powerful in a highest good kind of way.

The energy of peace is so potent that it pierces the illusion of separation. The energy of love is so expansive that it provides a sense of safety through any challenge.

Choosing initiates a process that’s easier said than done… if you pour clean water into muddy water, it takes a steady flow of clean for the mud to rinse out.

When making the transition from operating in battle energy to vibrating at peace and love, a grieving and rewiring of the brain occurs.

The vigilance of expecting to be attacked may be transformed with awareness of the tendency to play into reactive triggers.

True peace and love are born through neutral surrender into what is for the highest good in each moment.

Peaceful Blessings,

Jennah Synnestvedt

Author Jennah Synnestvedt

As a designer and teacher, I channel an alchemy of evolutionary earth frequencies and soul wisdom divinely woven from growing up in the rocky mountains of Colorado, freelancing as a graphic artist in New York City, being an online entrepreneur, training at multiple psychic institutes, diving deep in my inner work with mentors, 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. Sessions, courses, branding ... 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 provide a playground of wise guidance. Contact me by emailing Jennah@AspenOracle.com

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