During these interesting times you can either align and agree with the fear, judgements, polarity, and conclusions OR you can choose not to participate. Yep, it is that simple. You can wallow in the trauma drama of the sewer of life. It does stink. You meet some slimey individuals. You don’t know who to believe or trust. I get it. Would you be interested in rising beyond the yuck that leaves you dreading? If so, keep reading. If you are happy with the addiction of polarity, trauma, drama and judgement, you can move on to something more to your liking.
Meeting someone new is always an adventure. It is human nature that you want them to like you. So, immediately you start judging yourself and judging them to figure out if you want to spend time with getting to know them. You also are trying to decide if they would want to get to know you. If you decide they are cool enough, the game to win them over begins.
Would you like your life to be different? Have you already begun the journey of transforming your life into something different? Are you feeling the growing pains of being different?
If you have ever thought, “It doesn’t have to be this way.” “People don’t have to act this way.” “I know someplace there is kindness, caring, and acceptance of the most different of people,” then you might be willing to embrace a future where all of that is possible.
Instead of Running Away...
How many times in your life have you backed down from something that made you uncomfortable? Did you regret it later? Did you wonder what might have happened if you had asked a question? Chosen differently?
“One of the most seductive things in the world is when someone sees you with no judgement.” Dr. Dain Heer
I recently listened to an interview with Dr. Dain Heer, Co-creator of Access® Consciousness. The quote above was from that interview. He went on to talk about how we keep looking for that from the outside world or hoping for it, but seldom receive it. Then he asked the question, “Yet we never look to how can I be that person for myself?”
Have you always known so much more magic was in the world than what you could see? Somewhere through my childhood I stopped talking about it, but I never stopped looking for it and playing with it.
Shaman, Healer, Access Consciousness Facilitator