Dedicated to our Mama Chi <3

Michelle “Chi Chi” Lyn aka Mama Chi

 
 

Back in January 2014 my mom had asked a friend of hers to “post these thoughts and words on the day of my departure from this earth in this form:

The whole cycle is ending. I know I am not really leaving everyone. I am just going to reach out to new people in new ways. Death was not the end of my life. It is the transition. It was the NOT knowing that scared me the most, that brought me the most pain. Don't be afraid of the unknown. TO DANCE IS TO LIVE. Like a flower that I love so much, ADORN the world with your color, your hair, your jewelry, your clothes. Not vanity. A PRAYER of gratitude for being here on earth. I wish I could reach out to every one of you and tell you what you meant to me. Not being able to talk to you any more is the hardest part of dying....”

Note: Mama Chi had quite the friend club on Facebook over the years as she had consistently posted thoughts, feelings, jokes, movements, and words of inspiration and/or encouragement for whoever needed to read it at the time - with this final message serving as the heartfelt “icing on the cake”.

Sukii & Mama Chi

For those of you who knew me prior to January 2014, knew that i was ALWAYS a “private” person. A private person with private feelings and during a time period where technology had rapidly put your life on a “timeline”, it was most important that i keep very private social media accounts! I wasn’t a loner or anything, i had the privilege of knowing beautiful people who would grow to become the best of friends and a unwavering support system. I had always been outgoing and could easily be considered the life of the party. When it came to anything personal though, I was just private. To me, there was strength in privacy. I felt safe and strong by keeping feelings on the surface.

On January 25, 2014, after reading mom’s message on her Facebook, (after she had fully transitioned) all of a sudden I felt strong and wide open. I felt compelled to be vulnerable. It was strange to me at the time but somehow I became a “healthy vulnerable” in my darkest hour and publicly shared her message AND the following sentiments with my Instagram account on that very day:

Dear Mama Chi, you are so beyond what we mortals can ever comprehend at this time. I understand that there is much more to life than the tangible. I won't sulk in the "you were taken too soon from me" feeling. But I have chosen to rejoice in knowing that I am now destined for greatness, because as my mother YOU set it up that way. I am happy you are finally fulling your dream -- "doing light work" ! Mama Chi, it is truly an HONOR to have been your earthling daughter. 

After much reflection, i started to understand why this openness happened the way it did. This experience was beyond myself. My family and I had experienced these events as an integral part of a much more grand design. My family had been chosen for a mission. We were being called to do something that would benefit humankind on a collective level. My mom taught me to think for myself but she also taught me to think OUTSIDE OF MYSELF.

Over the last few years I figured it out.

We had been called to heal our family’s trauma and pain by simply creating a platform that would help ALL FAMILIES HEAL. Families that had similar experiences to our own. That platform is now formally called The Project Qimo Foundation, Inc.

We have dedicated this platform and mission to our angel Mama Chi who served on Earth from August 30, 1968 - January 25, 2014 - our angel who has been serving in the eternal realm as a the light worker she always wanted to be, ever since.

 
Sukii &amp; Mama Chi

Sukii & Mama Chi


Contributed by: Sukii, Founder & President - Project Qimo Foundation, Inc.

Sukii F.