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CIMI:  (kee me) – White World Bridger

Contains the refining power of the White North

Key words: Equalizes, Death, Opportunity

Affirmation: I am CIMI; World Bridger; I am your ability to surrender and let go. I am your forgiveness and your liberation.

Power: The World Bridger is the power of death. He grants us understanding that death is merely a dividing line beyond which life continues. Death is part of life. If nothing dies, nothing can be born. Life is a cycle. Everything is life. Everything is a cycle. Death is but one of its faces. The World Bridger asks you to let go of your fear of death and loss. He asks you to forgive.

Guidance: Focus on acceptance of the necessity of death, in order to create renewing opportunities. Let go. Forgive. Let go of your ego’s needs to control. Relax and surrender in the Grace of the Great Plan.


Solar Seal topleft by Aurora. Text: Nicole/ Aluna Joy Yaxk’in. –  Affirmations (I am…) : Rita van Vliet

White Worldbridger Wavespell
kin 66 to 78

Letting go
equalize, death, opportunity

Seal Worldbridger: Worldbridger offers us the knowledge that death is nothing but a thin line at which behind a different reality exists. Only when there is room and space, something new can grow. So don’t be afraid to let go. Be aware that letting go inevitably comes with sorrow and pain, just like birth brings joy.

Worldbridger Wavespell: During this Wavespell, we continue to let go and forgive: the power of Worldbridger. Before we can enter new paths, we sometimes have to get rid of some unnecessary cargo. Ask yourself the question whether or not possessions, situations, judgements or ideas still serve you, or whether they keep you from moving on. The Wavespell challenges you, so you can be sure you will encounter everything you need to let go of or forgive. Any resistance is the result of your fear of death. Realize you don’t fully live if you can’t look at death as a consequence of life.

© text and images Nicole E. Zonderhuis,

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