Final Update from an Ebola Clinic in Sierra Leone
Danish nurse and Soul Body Fusion® practitioner volunteers at an Ebola clinic.
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Guest Blog by Tine Dideriksen
(The blog is taken from emails from Tine to Jonette)
I have left Sierra Leone and have returned home. Actually I returned home while being in Sierra Leone. Home to my soul. I have found a deep connection and understanding for my spirit and my life. I am not sure what precisely happened in Africa, I just know I found my way home. I have changed both in the way I think and the way I handle things. People around me say I seem grounded and at peace. And powerful in a quiet way. My way, I guess. My spirit and I. I now know, that my mission there had more than one purpose. To follow a dream, to do important work as a nurse, to be a spiritual guide (I did Soul Body Fusion® while telling about it, not just by intention without asking, and it made me feel proud and happy.) I made a difference for the patients and I have never seen so much spirit, light and sparkles. Even though most of them were dying, I truly believe the Soul Body Fusion® made a difference for them and made their passing light and filled with love.
On the last day we visited the third burial site of Port Loko. The first two only have graves, but no inscription of any kind. This one was different. Every grave had a small plaque with name and date of death. It was placed in a peaceful countryside. The energy there was heavy but not sad. I felt ringing in my ears and as if my body was floating around. The silence was deep. I instantly and without considering, did a Soul Body Fusion® on the entire place and for every person there. To help them find peace. I saw light and love around me. My colleagues were crying and talking about how unfair the world is. I did not feel it in that way. Ebola is a terrible disease with horrible consequences for the people who get sick and/or their families. But what struck me most while being in Sierra Leone, was the connection of love, that ties everyone together. The people help each other, no one is alone, and even if they have little, they always share. Of course it made me sad to see so many patients die and to see the sadness. But the love and affection was always more clear to me. As if the universe was trying to say: even in hardship you can choose to seek and find love. Because love is everywhere and never lost. The true heroes are the Sierra Leonens who fight every day and risk their lives to keep their fellow countrymen safe. That is an aspect of love, that is so touching and beautiful and that will always make me shed a tear. I am sure that love is what will make Sierra Leone and everyone involved with Ebola come around. Stronger and happier.
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