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Teaches you forgiveness, patience and grounding. He holds space for you to see things from a different and higher perspective, and how to eventually find peace and forgiveness through it. You will learn to see all sides and how to truly listen to the other person’s point of view.

Forgiveness is one of the most important lessons to learn here on earth. Roanoak has many things to teach us. Finding peace in what seems like chaos at first. Finding forgiveness through the pain.

Roanoak will also teach you grounding, which is essential to healing. He will help you return all of those unneeded emotions that you are still holding onto, but are no longer of any helpful use to you anymore. Sit at the base of a tree if you can, or on the earth, and imagine your legs growing roots down into the earth and returning all that does not serve you back to the great Mother.

Roanoak would like to connect with you in meditation out in nature or in a wooded area with trees and sit with them.

Roanoak would be great to work with anyone who loves to be out in nature, hiking, camping, anything.

If you need to work on finding more peace in your life, connecting with nature more deeply, or healing mother earth, Roanoak is your guy! Furthermore, he teaches forgiveness in all things including yourself and the patience it takes to find peace during the long healing process of learning to let go and forgive. Roanoak is a pre-activated Labradorite Crystal Skull with Onyx eyes made into a 108 Japa Mala with Onyx and Hematite beads. 


Back Story of this amazing conscious Being:


Roanoak is an ancient tree spirit. He is predominately masculine. He lived as a tree for hundreds of years. In that time, Roanoak learned patience and forgiveness. 1

Roanoak lived peacefully for hundreds of years, giving completely of himself selflessly. He was shelter and food for many animals never asking anything in return. He stood mighty and proud as he watched the world go by. He was at peace. He remembers one day he was just cut down and cut to pieces. He was hurt and confused by this. He wondered what he had done to deserve such punishment. After returning to his etheric body he realized a great many things.

Roanoak was free! Free to move and to help others in a way he hadn’t been able to do as a tree. He learned that in his death he was still helping others , for he was used to make their shelter and other essential things the humans needed to survive. This taught Roanoak forgiveness. He no longer felt angry, hurt or confused from this new perspective. He had learned a great many lessons and was now free to help in other ways.


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