The word Scapegoat has biblical roots “a goat sent into the wilderness after the Jewish chief priest had symbolically laid the sins of the people upon it (Lev. 16).”

The word “Scapegoat” landed last week, and picked up intensity, then “the Others” gave me a ritual to share. The power animal goat is a healing teacher for me…so I’m sharing the ritual that wants to come forward at this Full Moon. You are welcome to join a secret Facebook community to share your journey.

Want to share more privately, then join the discussion at the private Facebook  “Meet me at the Forge” Group:

Within our Family’s we have “defined roles” that may or may not be serving you at the moment.

Scapegoat, Rebel. Hero. Fixer. Princess. (See page two of the pdf).

What will it take for me to unhook from that definition?

“We often find ourselves subconsciously collaborating with others who share the same wounds we do, unconsciously supporting each other in justification and denial.

Alliances can be powerful networks of support and encouragement, but in the hands of fear mind, they are anything but that.”

Marianne Williamson