I always say that Music is the Pathway to my Soul. It has a way of connecting exactly what I feel or the ability to lift me up in ways that I may not always be able to express.

And even though I am an intuitive empath and I feel other people’s feelings, going to concerts has a very much different feel to me. You’d think that I would stay away from crowds but Music has a way of making me feel really alive.

So with that said, I am going to share songs with you that speak to me and also why the songs have such an impact on me.

If you’ve been around for a while, you know that I’ve had the honor to talk to the guys from Seasons. One of their songs, “Call me Karma” was inspired by the story of the David J Cobb Foundation who we learned of from our friend Erica Plunkett. (Seasons via Facebook Post).

So why do I love this song so much?

Because it speaks to a part within me that has felt alone and that part that has survived bullying and abuse over the years especially during my childhood. And some of those ghosts have tried to come back into my life over the years.

And it can be challenging to keep shining your light and not change for the sake of staying emotionally safe.

“Call Me Karma” is a song for the fighters and survivors connecting them with similar stories of coming out alive during the dark times and “raising your hands and sing this song” – is (to me) to share with the world around you that you are not alone.

Whatever the journey you had to take to get you here to this moment in time, know you are not alone. And we can take part in sharing our stories, acknowledge the pain we have experienced through abuse and bullying.

Check out the other songs from Seasons right here