How we respond to events has more impact than the event itself. When there are tragic events (Las Vegas, World Trade Center, hurricane devastation), do we respond with anger, finger pointing, grief, or wanting peace? In politics when a decision is on the line for universal health care, for example: do we agree, disagree, outrage at covering people who haven’t earned it, outrage that not everyone is covered, or prayer? How each of us responds is in some ways an honest expression of how we feel. Honest expression of feelings is important. But then what? What do we choose to do after that: political action, prayer vigil, complaining, screaming, participate in violence, etc (outward expression of our response)? What else do we choose to do that is personal? Are we willing to look into ourselves and heal the part of us that is connected to the dark: internal wounds, difficult memories, misdeeds that we committed? And heal them: forgiveness, divine surrender, prayer, love, grace? This healing work is an important part of the work that my partner and I do as intuitive healers. Would you like to be part of the response to events that causes the world to change in loving ways? Let us know if we can serve you in this way. And if you don’t choose to work with us, please do your healing work in some other way.
When you come from an authentic place of who you are, it allows you to connect more strongly with the divine creative spark within you. This helps to naturally pull you into a place of co-creation. Choosing to act in these ways and from this place within you may make some people uncomfortable. Other people will be attracted by the energy and will want to learn to do this themselves. Don’t give in to those that want to chain you to old outmoded conventions. BUT don’t unnecessarily rebel against conventions just to be contrary. Usually the sweet spot is finding a combination of what has been and your contribution toward finding a refinement that elevates the conventional to the exceptional. 🙂
Self love might seem to be more of an individual journey, but we think that relationship is equally important. We are not encouraging co-dependent or other forms of destructive relationships here. However, we believe that cooperation and other aspects of relationship are critically important to our journey. Independence is way too popular in this world! Interdependence has a lot more merit. So, in a world of people, many of whom are not dependable or capable of being decent in relationships, what do we do? Well, simply put, we put time, energy, and prayer into finding noble companionship that is worthy of us. And we say no to mediocre relationships other than on a casual basis or sometimes holding space for family… There is much benefit to meditation and time spent with oneself, but there is equal value spending time with another worthy being.
Find ways to honor yourself by speaking your truth. You are not doing yourself or anyone else favors by ‘putting up with things’ so long that you explode. Things can often change in surprising ways by heart to heart communication. No one wants years of baggage dumped on their heads. Additionally, it is detrimental to your health, too, to hold onto that baggage for years (one version of holding a grudge). Honor yourself and others by being willing to share your perspective. If humanity is to wake up and clear its many illusions, we must be brave.
Reality is the filter through which actions are implemented. The wise person plans ahead but flows with what presents itself in the time stream. Even the greatest oracle cannot foresee how places and events will all fit together. Instead he/she lives in the now allowing for the blessed opportunity to slide into sacred synchronicity with grace. Through this filter, reality can become a hindrance or an opportunity. We choose whether we resonate with our now or if we struggle with our now. When we choose good resonance, everything and everyone around us is blessed by our presence and our path becomes easier for us. Planning and prophecy enhance living in the now when they are given an appropriate opportunity to breath in the moment.
Focus on the divine instead of the divisive.
We send our love, prayers, and reiki in support of all those that marched and all those that wanted to and couldn’t. We ask you to participate as well sending your support (love, prayers, reiki, and any other energetic support). It is not important to agree or disagree or even understand exactly what they were marching for. In this way we are honoring those that feel unheard; that is what is important. We are honoring them for looking at these things, being honest with themselves, and speaking honestly from deep within. We are honoring them for sharing their truth so that something can be done. If you disagree with something that they were speaking about or have something to add, we encourage you to use a process to speak your truth as well. None of this needs to be done in a way to degrade anyone’s opinion but should be done in a spirit of peaceful dialogue. True political processes of this world are made stronger and decisions are improved when “the people” speak out to contribute to what is being considered. This process of examining where we feel unheard and inadequately supported is an important contribution to this world. I invite you to honestly examine within yourself what you need more of in this world. Then plant the seeds… do what needs to be done (in love) to cultivate the growth of what is needed in this world. It’s time for all of us to wake up!
Something to ponder about. With all the objections (whether legitimate issues or not)(this is not about invalidating them) to the current President Elect and his future cabinet (and all the worlds politcal leaders)(whether you live in the U.S or not). Love them anyway…… This is what unconditional love is about….. loving someone regardless of who they are, what they believe…etc… Imagine what COULD change if everyone sent a burst of unconditional love to the President Elect and his future cabinet (and all the worlds leaders).