Staying True to Your Feeling

As small children we made choices to do things. Depending on the reaction of those around us, we chose if we were going to do it again.

Then there were those well-meaning parents that could not see that a small being could and had made a life choice for themselves.

They begin to try and sway the small child to their way of thinking. That forces the small child, the young Being, to walk away from the truth that the child is still very much in contact with. The young children have not been away from the Universal source as long as the well-meaning parent.

It is this early in our individual lives that most of us began to be moved away from our feelings. It is right here where, if we are parents ourselves, that we are moving young Beings away from the truth; the source that tells each and every one of us what we can and cannot do.

Of course, the trouble began when a society decided that there had to be strict rules about living. The rules could not take in the concept that each and every one of us comes here to this plane in a different degree of knowing. This is so we can have our individual lessons. A rule cannot encompass the masses, yet we organized into groups and so, as the generations passed, the rules got more intense.

More Beings began to live here on this plane, so of course we became more diverse in the degrees. We ended up with a mass population not knowing how to teach our small ones how to stand in their feelings. We just taught them how to tow the line and not make waves.

Of course we can see, by what is going on in this plane, how well walking away from true feelings has worked for all of us. How many of us can truly say, “I have always known what I am feeling every minute of the day”? I do not think many of us can.

We can get back to our True Source if we learn how to become the Guardian. First and foremost to ourselves. Then we can get back to being that guardian to others.

So let’s consider learning about being a guardian for ourselves. You would think that would be such a simple task for oneself yet how often do we really take the time to question ourselves about the choices we are making in each and every now?

When I am working with a new student or client the most interesting thing is to listen to how they have had their self talk. We, as a whole, are quite mean to ourselves. If ever there is a critic about who and what we are it is our very own voice. Yet I have seen that we became mimics of those voices we swore we did not want to sound like or even become.

Surprise! You became those well-meaning or not-so-well-meaning parents. But, now you are terrorizing yourself and those that are now in guardianship. “Arrrgggg,” we said, we swore we would never do that to our own beloved children. What did you do the first time you heard your parents words come out of your own mouth?

Were you as shocked as I was? It made me realize that I had to learn how to deal with a free thinking person in a whole different manner. The words “Because I said so!” were not going to fly. That does not mean that there were not times I did resort to… “Because I am the Mom!”

I then went into contemplation for the truth, so that I could learn how to have a conversation with someone and get their point of view.

Then we could begin the conversation about whether I felt safe with the choice that they were making. I also had to learn what detachment really meant so I could detach from the action that the young person was taking and really just talk to them about how it felt.

If we can talk about how the experience felt while we were in it, it begins to help us see whether that particular experience is good for us. With our own eyes and most importantly with our own heart.

The hardest thing for someone watching is letting us scrape our knees.





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