• Hannah Telluselle

The purpose of our soul


She gently embraces me with her wings before joining hands across the floor, and life. It was on May 23rd 2014 I felt her spirit coming down just as I had finished writing my second book and felt like I couldn't do more, saddened about looking at the world from the outside, reading about how Hawaii can soon become a sovereign nation again, how people create success after success through the seeds of my Creations but not really including me or even saying thanks, when my whole life has been a lifelong pratice to claim my spot in the spotlight and be a true part of it all in collaboration receiving credit. Perhaps we too switched places for a while, while the Ancestral spirits conspired to help me, to later this year been returned and Angels coming back for my assistance, besides the male energy, as if a man I must have known, had passed away.

Most people live according to their personality but some of us have lived according to our soul in order to find the right path for us to continue, to heal, to reclaim, and to grow a message of love through the way we walk here on Earth. I believe the soul continues when we pass on and when it has finished healing it will no longer keep its presence on Earth in human form. It should probably be a sense of relief, as if we would reach a Nirvana or a Paradise, but the real Paradise is to be created on Earth where we share and decide how life should look like for everybody to participate in. Why would anybody want to leave something unfulfilled? 'Tis it's not just the grief we think of that the loved ones feel when someone left us, but there is a grief of the soul who became obstructed by people (and perhaps demons) in fulfilling its promise to create Paradise together. Grieving that life didn't turn out it could have been.

My own mother Rose-Marie shared quite some resemblances with Isadora Duncan herself, just like I feel I could have been Isadora Duncan's own daughter, soul later turning into Anne Frank (attracting others who held pieces), which perhaps would explain many things for you, if you dare to believe in a greater picture than the one your own Ego holds or simply having been affected by. Yet I had never learned anything about Isadora Duncan when I lived in Hawaii, nor danced any of her dances until I came to Stockholm (giving me clues along the way for example with my fascination of different colored scarves that I loved wearing, choosing different most days of the week in my 30's and nearly drowning myself at the age of 5 and quite the scare that time when my skirt got caught in the wheels of my bike and another time my white winter coat got caught in the car door as an adult). I am pretty sure I would have started this style if I had gone to San Francisco as planned from the beginning or even if I had moved back to Stockholm in 1998 when I thought I was going to, yet Isadora finds me and inspires my motions combining soul and personality on stage both for Hawaiian hula and Isadora Duncan dancing.

So what do we do with this knowledge? We grieve and we pass it forward. We try again to fulfill that which wasn't, continuing our strive towards Peace, Love and Justice. Perhaps simply through a dance.

Inspired by the dance "Nocturne" as seen performed last night by Lilly Zetterberg and Lilla Baletten.


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