Tuning Into Guidance, Internal and External. 12 February 2019 “How to find guidance when it seems to have dried up? Becoming even more sensitive. Emotional (HS) guidance and synchronicities. Our guides make sure we see what we need to see even if we ignore the … Continue reading Tuning Into Guidance, Internal and External
Just a chat about discerning truth, triggers, fear again, and learning to speak authentically, from experience. 50 minutes.
(Includes a response.) Themes for me in the reflection. Progress. Forgiveness. Reading people, empath stuff, respecting privacy and free will. Being careful not to project outwards, speaking from experience without bringing feelings into it. I’m not here to trigger you but it might happen. Stating boundaries is one of my lessons. Talking from experience rather than speculation. The disclosure movement and discernment: incoming timelines. Teaching discernment as a parent: how kids can discern their own truth rather than anyone else’s. The emotional guidance system. Love, and fear. Emotions connect us to truth and onwards to ‘abilities’. When your truth feels false to me, what does it mean? The third person viewpoint. Polarised viewpoints and deeper truth in everything. Zero point consciousness and the reflection, the One, the many, the mission. The grown up discussion. My way shower duties are to talk about my life, and the ‘mess’. My boundaries within my space. The disclosure movement and my mission. My level of access, visions, and connection. Unravelling rabbit holes – an example: transgender. Moving forward away from fear. Acting from/in fear is consent. Speaking from fear is not the real You. Forgiving others is not a requirement. Only ourselves. Forgiveness of others flows after. Being a creator. Open, authentic sharing. I’m not here to spread false light, or project my stuff, or trigger. It’s all good.
If it doesn’t make you happy *right now* don’t do it.
Alternatively. Move thru the – sometimes necessary – hard times by getting real quiet and finding/imagining/trusting the upcoming benefit to yourself or others from that experience.
Keep checking in and be prepared to drop what you’re doing. A new upward direction can unexpectedly arise from the ‘hard times’ experience.
This is how to find alignment with your purpose.
Like they say, why swim upstream when you can just float along and enjoy the ride? Downstream is where the happiness is.