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Thursday, March 7, 2013

Get Yourself in for an Alignment

Just like your vehicle periodically needs to an alignment, so do you.  What is this alignment?  It’s getting yourself in sync with your divine self.
Your conscious mind is likely in charge of what you should or shouldn’t do or be.  However, to align with yourself you have to listen to your higher self. Why? It’s always the right thing to do FOR YOU. You can fight it as much as you like but in the end you won’t achieve happiness until you align with your higher self, your divine self.
When you’re feeling out of sorts with yourself or things just aren’t going the way you had hoped, it typically means you’re out of alignment with your divine self.  Let’s be clear about “going the way you want” kind of attitude.  Take notice if it’s something you’re ego wants or what your higher self craves.  This is important.  No matter how hard you want it, satisfying the ego will not get you into alignment. 

The relationship between you and your Source is the most significant relationship of all and unless this relationship is understood, all other relationships cannot be fully understood”.
How will you know when you’re in alignment with your higher self?  Basically if it feels right, it is.  Your emotions are the prime indicator of how well you are connecting with you higher self.  Negative emotions and thought patterns take you away from Divine Source while positive emotions bring you closer.
Here is what Abraham (Esther and Jerry Hicks) has to say about connecting with your Divine Self.
You came as physical extensions of Source Energy, understanding that you would explore contrast, causing expansion not only for you but for All-That-Is.  And you knew that, at all times, even while you were reaching into uncharted territories, the Guidance from within would not waver, but would remain a constant signal of Well-Being that you could reach toward and find at all times.  You knew that under all conditions, you could find your way back to the resources of your Source by “feeling” your way – by understanding that the relationship between you and You is not one of separateness but one of alignment and resonance…. When you master the Art of Allowing your consistent alignment with the Source within you –every other relationship will be beneficial and pleasurable”.
The Art of Allowing has to do with accepting what is happening to you without attaching negative emotions to it.  It means concentrating on the positive aspects of the change or challenge versus the negative.  For example, you lose your job.  It would be far better to focus your energy on pursuing a career you really want and cherishing the additional time you get to spend with your family then to focus on how bad you were treated or money woes.
You can check out more about the Law of Attraction by reading the many books that Esther and Jerry Hicks have published.

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

I See You – Do You Really?

I love that line from Avatar, “I see you” because it goes far deeper than just the surface level of seeing.  It means I see you for what is your true spiritual self.  How much better the world would be if everyone would see the true intention of others.
The teenager wouldn’t be so upset at his parents when he gets denied access to the car because the parent’s true intention is to teach him that safety comes first over the cell phone or being cool while driving.  They do this out of love.  They do it because they want him to be safe. 
To “see” someone as it refers to here is to see someone for who-they-really-are.  That would mean not seeing race, color, sex or creed etc but seeing the person’s true identity as white light of pure love, their essence.  That’s deep.
The problem is that often times people will get caught up in the surface stuff like not believing that a woman can be a good boxer or that a guy can be sensitive and still be a man.  There have been far too many stereotypes, assumptions, and social stigma that have pigeonholed people into being and doing things they truly don’t’ want to do nor are comfortable being.  Why, for the sake of fitting into a predetermined pattern that has been developed for years, maybe even centuries.  Why were they developed and why do they continue?  My best guess is two-fold.  One is that it’s become tradition and the other is that some people just can’t handle things being different.  They are comfortable with the status quo.
However, when you put pressure on people to conform to your standards you’re messing with their Free Will, the will be to who-they-are.  Perhaps you may not like who they truly are but then perhaps they never really knew who-they-are.  You don’t have to like it or accept. It is what it is. That’s Free Will. Of course it goes the other way too.  You do have Free Will to be who-you-are but are putting pressure on yourself to conform to others standards. Hmm…
Your challenge is to see someone for who-they-are.  It could be the person in the wheelchair, a person of a different race, creed, or sex than you.  Look past the surface and see the essence that glows within.