As we build up our experiences, we build up our ideas and concepts based on what our perception has been. These create the “rules” that our subconscious mind holds and quite frankly vibrates out, drawing more of the same to us.
Charges hold them in place.
But what if we don’t want those anymore?
Have you ever noticed how much better you feel after helping someone? It fulfills part of our purpose here by sharing who we are.
The problem is when we think we have nothing to offer, or that what we have to offer isn’t going to change anything. This is part of what is referred to as the “imposter syndrome.”
Unfortunately, it helps neither you, nor those who need you exactly where you are at right now.
But what if I’ve fallen, Pamela? and can’t seem to get back up….
You can have anything you want. What is it you really want right now? Do you believe you could have it? Are you sure you want it? Are you sure...it could mean c.h.a.n.g.e.
The problem is, we often have mixed feelings about what we want, if we think we could actually have it, how would our life be different, and are we willing to give up what’s there now in order to have it?
These mixed feelings are what my spirit team calls being of two minds, yes and no.
So, what does this do to your end result?
One of the consistent teachings my Higher Self and my support team have given me, is working from the end result wanted.
I’m told that unless I know where I want to go, I’ll keep wandering around, never reaching the “island paradise” I have in mind.
So, what does this really mean?
When I first started on this path, I encountered several experiences where I felt like someone was moving my body - it was like they were moving and I was almost like a puppet from the inside. It didn’t scare me, it felt natural, like I was being overshadowed and guided by someone wanting to help me. I knew I could move on my own if I wanted to, and I tested that several times to be sure. But I also felt the absolute love from whomever it was (yes, I found out later who.)
I remember looking forward to feeling it again and again, so I would make a point to find some alone time and let it happen again. And I knew it would. But what did it mean?
Is there a difference between busy work and inspired work? Which one actually takes you where you want to go? Is that a trick question, Pamela? Some work we just gotta do!
You’ve made all the plans. Carefully laid out each detail...working so hard to make sure you haven’t forgotten anything…. And then nothing happens. Except your heart breaks and you’ve learned to not trust yourself. That. Much. More.
So at last nights gathering, 2 out of 5 people there, had spirits attached to them.
This phrase, "For all the dark to dispel" has come to mind over and over again recently and I think I know what that is now.
Pamela talks about her journey through the messages given to her...all the doubt and worry that comes with the responsibility for the gifts given. Which in itself is ironic if you read the channeling from January 25, 2012!