(Global Heart | Esther Haasnoot) Healing messages from a Spiritwalker. An interview with Laura Aversano about her newest book “Affirmations of the Light in Times of Darkness.”
A transmission of healing prayers, affirmations, and activated messages from an ancestral empath, medical intuitive, Spiritwalker, and mystic
An ancestral empath, medical intuitive, Spiritwalker, psychic channel, and modern-day mystic, Laura Aversano comes from an ancient lineage of Sicilian adepts, seers, and witches. Displaying the strongest characteristics of her lineage in centuries, she has been communicating with the spirit world since childhood and is also trained in the divine mysteries of esoteric Christianity, in plant medicine and shamanism by indigenous elders, and in many modes of hands-on therapy.
Laura Aversano actively transmits her healing wisdom and spiritual support, guiding the reader through thoughts and emotions into the uncharted territory of the unknown, through the abyss, and into the light hidden within. Addressing trauma, depression, grief, anger, and revelation, her words awaken individual spiritual paths, provide solace and protection, and contribute to the collective evolution of humanity and the earth. Sending healing vibrationally as well as through the written word, her activated prayers and affirmations affect change invisibly but profoundly. Reading her words will leave you forever transformed, initiated into the spiritual path of light, even in times of darkness.
As a daily healer with limitless compassion, Laura works with a long waiting list of the physically, mentally, and spiritually wounded.
An Interview with Laura Aversano about her new book: “Affirmations of the Light in Times of Darkness.” by Esther Haasnoot
Esther Haasnoot: Laura, your newest book is called “Affirmations of the Light in Times of Darkness.” Through traditional academic settings and mystical encounters, you have spent many years trying to understand the dynamics of good and evil in both this world and beyond the veil. What have you come to realize?
Laura Aversano: Our definition of good and evil fuels illusion. Both polarities exist in various dimensions. Good and evil take on denser forms in the lower levels of creation. In the higher levels, they merge into a still point, learning from each other. At the very highest levels of Divine Providence, they simply exist as energies, neither good nor evil, both serving a purpose for every realm in existence. They become one, what some might refer to as the Omega Point, the point of unification.
Esther Haasnoot: We live in the time of the great awakening, and a pandemic is rampaging across the earth. I believe that all life is interconnected; heaven, earth, people, flora, fauna, minerals. Slowly, we are becoming more and more aware of the deep interconnectedness of all ecological systems, and we are beginning to understand how the collapse of one system can cause the collapse of interconnected systems. How do you see this pandemic from a psychological and spiritual perspective, and what is your personal approach regarding this virus?
Laura Aversano: From a psychological perspective, we individually and collectively are working through generational trauma. The pandemic is simply one miasm among many in this collective and historical construct. We are bound by identity and interpretation of those identities and the emotions that serve with it. Spiritually we are working along those same lines. Our identities are attached to those definitions and experiences around good and evil. We are transforming and healing those understandings across a multitude of dimensions.
On a personal level, as far as this pandemic, I attend to my own inner work and utilize the many resources the earth has provided when it comes to nutrition and natural medicines.
Esther Haasnoot: Sometimes, the loneliest place is that pivotal moment when you lose sight of your inner strength. As human beings, we do not like to feel powerless. We have a hard time embracing suffering. We want to be in control of everything. Not only that, but we spend much of our lives individually and collectively searching for, attaching to, utilizing, and manipulating power. Our lives are predicated upon an energy that has both the power to heal and to destroy, to create harmony or to harm. Can you tell something about or our relationship and attachment to power?
Laura Aversano: We still have so much to learn. Our search and need for power has undermined the inherent grace and humility bestowed upon us by the Divine. Our attachment to power yields a false sense of security and safety. The boundaries around power are constantly being manipulated against fear of loss. When that fear is in balance, and we are in touch with humility surrounding the right use of power, we can better appreciate its use within the human construct.
Esther Haasnoot: Sometimes humanity needs a little chaos so it can truly appreciate the privilege of what life has to offer. Some surrender to gratitude, and some do not know how to surrender. Blessings may not be easily seen or heard, felt, or experienced by those who hold tightly to fear, to doubt, or to the uncertainty that plagues human hearts. How can we surrender to gratitude and the blessings in our lives?
Laura Aversano: By simply appreciating one blessing at a time. On a practical level, I often suggest to people to practice random acts of kindness. I do.
Esther Haasnoot: There are so many ways we can continue to separate ourselves within humanity. Individuation will eventually lead us into the darkness when we neglect the collective being, the collective soul, the collective heart, and the collective mind. The year ahead is called the year of reckoning. What is your view on this new paradigm we are being propelled to move into?
Laura Aversano: We will all have many choices to make in the years ahead. These choices will create ripple effects in parallel realities. Our choices will impact past generations and future generations to come. We will be given the opportunity to befriend humility in ways unknown to us before.
Esther Haasnoot: We have experienced an intense time of purification. Structures are disintegrating right before our very eyes. People are changing and becoming unrecognizable. The burden of loneliness is such an intimate experience for each of us struggling through this time. The confusion renders many people helpless and overwhelmed. The rage and sadness sweeping across the earth right now into balance. How do you see this?
Laura Aversano: One way in which I see this is that mental illness is on the rise. Another way is the breakdown of interpersonal relationships and communities. Consequently, I also see the fire within people rising. The desire to connect is something fierce. The desire to break old patterns and reevaluate life purpose is becoming increasingly evident.
Esther Haasnoot: As we are all in the midst of an internal and external revolution, there’s that moment we realize our feelings of shame and unworthiness have influenced every relationship we’ve ever had in this lifetime, including the one we have with ourselves. It is often the moment we come to a greater understanding that it’s all about choice. The choice to love or allow our shame and unworthiness to continue to devalue our human and spiritual potential, individually and collectively, until we no longer recognize ourselves as soulful beings. Many of us do not know how to channel our feelings healthily. What is your vision on that?
Laura Aversano: It is going to take some work. We all have to be willing to surrender our perceptions of ourselves and one another. We need patience. We need to create a relationship with forgiveness and put it into practice in our daily lives. Unworthiness will always be a part of the psychoemotional construct of human and spiritual development. It doesn’t have to define who we are and how we live.
Esther Haasnoot: Love is a word that can often be misused and misinterpreted when it comes to being in a relationship. Our interpretations have to work through years of psychological patterning, ancestral miasms, and societal, cultural, and world paradigms. How do you see love and what is needed in order to love well?
Laura Aversano: I don’t know if I can give this the answer that it truly deserves. Love is this beautiful and sacred energy, where I have no beginning and no end. It is the sacred silence upon which every soul in creation is merged into one essence. I am in you, and you are in me. As far as what is needed in order to love well – that is something I am still learning and valuing.
Esther Haasnoot: Boundaries are formed many times by reactions and responses to life’s experiences. Many have a thought that unconditional love translates into having no boundaries. What does it mean to love unconditionally, and how to place appropriate boundaries when needed?
Laura Aversano: Boundaries change all the time and are subjective based on life experience. That experience can be contained within familial dynamics, societal, ancestral, etc. A healthy boundary for one person may be an unhealthy boundary for another. Many times I personally sit when I need to create a boundary and try not to create one out of a reaction unless my immediate safety was threatened. Loving unconditionally for me is honoring that energy I described in the last question and putting it into practice through service. I do feel that service, even in the smallest of ways, encourages the practice of loving unconditionally.
Esther Haasnoot: Great acts of forgiveness can change any world. How can we elevate our collective moral compass? What do you think we need to do if we want to foster forgiveness and truth amidst change?
Laura Aversano: I think we need to find ways to reignite our faith in ourselves and one another.
Laura Aversano is a medical and spiritual intuitive, an ancestral empath, and a Spiritwalker. Descended from an ancient lineage of Sicilian adepts, seers, and witches, she has been communicating with the spirit world since childhood. She is trained in the divine mysteries of esoteric Christianity, plant medicine, and shamanism by Native Americans, and many modes of hands-on therapy. She lives in the Bronx, New York. For more information or to connect with Laura Aversono: Website, Facebook.
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