When I was fourteen, I played the role of Dorothy in a Rathbone Theatre production out of Victoria Hall in Montreal. I got to run around the stage calling out for Toto. “No, Toto, No!” Apparently, I had rehearsed so much that even the Summer after, on a trip down to the coast of Maine, a friend heard me reciting my lines in my sleep!

But now looking back at Dorothy’s adventure in the land of OZ, I realize she taught me four important life lessons that can help shed light on relationship troubles and increase self-knowledge.

Here. Take a moment to ponder these little nuggets.

#1. Well, of course, there is no place like “HOME”. “HOME” is inside, but only really understood after a profound journey.

#2. The Tin Man thought he didn’t have a heart, but that was the very thing he had most of. Same for the scarecrow with brains, and courage for the lion.

#3. The Wicked Witch of the West melts away with a simple bucket of water. Very important to know.

#4. Behind all the big projected images of the awesome and powerful Wizard was a little simple man hiding behind a curtain, kind of scared.

Much love,
Julie


Julie Archambault is a certified multi-dimensional healer in the Akashic Records. She is a master at creating a safe vessel for magical and deep healing to occur. The power she channels for your accelerated healing is profound and truly sacred.