As you are beginning to truly understand how to use the evaluation process, and you see really wonderful results, you will begin to see this world in such a different way than most others do. You will hear people who you love talking and yet they do not realize that their words reveal they are standing deeply in the ‘less than’. It shows you where the undercurrent lies within their concepts and ideas. It shows you where their fears are about the state of affairs, about what they believe their world is truly like.
As you continue to look at all the tools you can use as you evaluate before you have a physical experience, you are actually preparing ahead of time. How many times, as you are beginning to take control of your life, have you wanted to kick that spirit pillow? As you asked yourself, “Why am I always seeing later what I could have done before hand?”
Communication is a form of coming to terms with the stories we tell ourselves. Then as we go about growing up we hear those around us speaking, in that speaking we are led to believe that we are communicating.
What does it mean to stand in the integrity of your self and the Universal Truth? This question can be answered in so many different ways… almost as many ways as there are people on this planet. In fact, that is the very essence of this wonderful lesson. There is an individual walk for each and everyone of us.
When we begin to look for the story that we have been telling, one of the things that I personally learned to do, even if I did not like the beginning of the feeling for myself, is to find a group of people who I could trust. Trust because you will need them to have the strength to challenge you in a way that allows you to break through the hurt emotions that have become the very fabric of your story.
As I was working with my class last night we were talking about how do we truly recognize when we have gotten ourselves into a situation that we do not feel good about and how to get out of it.
What I mean is… We know what our feelings are telling us.
Sometimes that feeling is, “No way… we should not be here, we should not be doing this.” Now what? Then is when we must ask, “Was it my internal feelings that I trusted that got me in this mess?”
Why do we make choices that we know are not good for us when society says that is what we should do? This has always puzzled me. When I was younger and looking for help in my life choices, I would go out and search for the answers, the direction that I should take. Even as I heard the answers from others I knew when that was not the choice I should make. Continue reading