June 7


Embracing the Unknown: My Voyage through Fog and Healing on Queen Mary 2

By IsayaBelle

June 7, 2024

cancer, fear, guidedlife, healing, lifestory, self-love

month ago today I was disembarking a ship in Brooklyn, New York, USA, a ship that had seen the completion of my dream trip: crossing the Atlantic aboard the magnificent Queen Mary 2, the only ship in the world that was built as a liner and does regular Atlantic Ocean crossings, departing from Southampton, England,

I had embarked on a journey that promises boundless horizons, delightful encounters, and unforgettable moments, one that I had been dreaming abut for 50 years (talk about fulfilling your childhood's dreams!)

Some day I might write more about that crossing and what it meant for me.

Some day.

Today I want to write about what happened on Day 5 of that crossing.

On Day 5, we got a full day of foggy conditions, a fog so dense you could barely see the bow of the ship, when standing on the decks, a fog so thick and opaque that, from our balcony on Deck 8, we could not see the ocean below.

As Queen Mary 2 was sailing through this white and misty fog, the scene was both eerie and mesmerizing. The fog enveloped the massive ship, reducing visibility to just a few feet ahead, creating an almost ghostly atmosphere. The ship's powerful foghorn sounded at regular intervals, its deep bellow resonating through the mist, adding to the surreal feeling. The usually bustling decks were quieter, with the damp air muffling sounds and creating a sense of isolation. The fog wrapped around the ship like a blanket or a cloak, with moisture beading on railings and windows, and the sea seemed to merge with the sky in a seamless gray horizon.

We got to experience a unique blend of tranquility and mystery, as the ship's smooth and steady progress contrasted with the obscured and shrouded surroundings.

loved it.

The foghorn actually sounded comforting and its regularity seemed to reassure us that we were not lost.

The low visibility was bringing a sense of magic and mystery.

We did not know where we were going, although we knew that the crew in charge did.

We relied on them, with full on confidence they were fully capable of taking us to our destination.

So we let go.

Of worry.

And embraced trust.

Kind of what I have to do these days regarding my health.

Rely on doctors and treatments and medication to take me to my destination: perfectly restored health.

The fog was there for me.

To remind me that, although I feel like I have to "do" the healing, to "take up" cancer, to "be in charge of my own healing"… maybe I don’t have to.

Maybe, just maybe, I can let myself go into trust.

Without knowing, without understanding even, without seeing where I’m going or how I’m getting there.

Simply knowing I've equipped myself with the best resources to overcome this disease.(see those resources here: https://isayabelle.com/the-wise-goddess-takes-up-cancer)

And then… letting go in the fog.

And enjoy the ride.

In the midst of my current uncertainties and complexities, there lies a profound liberation in the act of letting oneself go into trust. Trust is not merely a passive state but an active choice to release the grip of control and fear, embracing the unknown with faith and openness.

When I let myself go into trust, I surrender to the natural flow of life, allowing its currents to guide me rather than resisting them. This surrender is not a sign of weakness but a testament to my inner strength, recognizing that while I cannot foresee every outcome, I can believe in my ability to navigate whatever comes my way.

Trusting means embracing vulnerability, acknowledging that I am not infallible and that it is okay to lean on others and the universe itself. It is a deep breath amidst chaos, a silent affirmation that things have a way of working out even when the path is not clear.

In my personal journey, trusting myself is paramount. It means listening to my intuition, honouring my aspirations, and accepting my imperfections. By trusting in my resilience and resourcefulness, I empower myself to take risks and embrace opportunities, knowing that every experience contributes to my growth.

Ultimately, letting myself go into trust transforms how I experience the world. It brings a sense of peace and serenity, reducing anxiety about the future and regrets about the past. It invites me to live fully in the present, to appreciate each moment as it unfolds, and to find joy in the simple act of being.

Trust is a delicate balance of letting go and holding on—letting go of what I cannot control and holding on to the belief that I am capable and worthy. It is an ongoing practice, a gentle reminder that amidst life's ebbs and flows, I can always find my anchor in trust.

The ride in the fog means peace, stillness, trust and healing. Finding balance again. Remembering that all illnesses, whether physical, emotional or psychological stem from an illness of spirit. Whatever other methodologies I pursue, I let the healing of spirit be my absolute priority.

In this time of deep healing, starting with my relationship with spirit, I call upon my spirit guides and ancestors to help me with any emotional, mental or physical healing that I need. In the fog of the unknown, I choose trust.

I choose thoughts that support wholeness and wellbeing. I allow any darker thoughts or shadows to appear as well but I simply observe the as they arise in consciousness and then dissolve. I see myself as healed, whole and complete and it shall be.

And in the fog, I remember the Ancient Healing Wisdom of Spirit.

I remember I am not alone.

I am supported and loved by the Universe.

I would be so happy to hear from you about all that. Thank you in advance for your comment.
So much for today …

See you soon, for my next online adventures!

Until then I send you love, light and gratitude.



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One way to help and support me is to actually buy something from me!

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Please also bear in mind that I am reclaiming my journey and that my solutions and my path are mine and mine only. They are not intended to be a guide or a list of advice, a handbook or manual or any kind, least of all medical. This is just me sharing my journey.

  • Isaya, thank you for a beautiful and powerful sharing. I especially love this “there lies a profound liberation in the act of letting oneself go into trust. Trust is not merely a passive state but an active choice to release the grip of control and fear, embracing the unknown with faith and openness.” That is great insight and just what I needed to hear today. Lots of love and blessings to you my friend.

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