We all had a mom somewhere. Whether or not we knew this mom may affect how we see the world and how the world sees us. My biggest transition was realizing the baggage I carried from birth. My parents told me I was legally theirs, even before I was born. My Dad said, “So even if you were born with purple polka dots, you were ours.” I remember these words giving me a sense of acceptance and belonging with this tribe. However, I still wondered deep inside about my birth tribe. I always imagined that my mother was a very young princess who would no longer be respected if she had a child, and so had to give her baby away. I was very wrong. ********I had a reoccurring dream where my spirit was floating through a house and I was exploring the attic and basement. The dream and the setting were always the same. There were rooms in the attic that I wanted to enter, but I could not fit my body into the small, twisted entrances. I was definitely learning about my own space! During a meditation years later, the speaker said “The spirit can only get as close to the body as the distance it can get out of the body.” Being aware of when I was in and out of my body in a spiritual sense gave me great freedom. **********Becoming a teacher cleared my 5th Chakra.