I so love this. To the point. Simple: You either take the path of darkness or the path of light.
Sibyl Star Evolutionary Astrologer and Spiritual Guide, https://sibylstar.com/
Mooji said, protect your peace. He said, it's not selfish. That has stuck with me.
I think many of us believe we have to engage with people and situations, even when we don't really want to, even when they make us unhappy. We may have been brought up to tolerate a lot of pain, so we continue to take it when we no longer have to.
It is a big deal to begin to take care of ourselves by protecting our peace, by starting to look at people and situations from the perspective of peace: is this taking my peace away or adding to my peace? Yet, I believe it's essential that we do that.
Being disturbed, ungrounded, confused, unhappy does nothing for us, anyone else or the planet. It has no value in itself -- except to alert us to something we need to change.
I think it's worthwhile making the effort to choose peace and be vigilant of that which takes it away.
This goes right along with "do what makes you happy." Many of us are engaged in doing things we believe we have to do that don't bring anything of value to our lives. It just keeps us stuck on that same note of dissatisfaction which does nothing for us, anyone else or the planet.
I think it's worth making the effort to consider if what we are doing is making us happy and if we really have to do it. Maybe we don't. Maybe there is a better way. Maybe if we had a choice, and usually we do, we can do that which makes us happy.
Protecting our peace and well being helps us and helps the world. Doing what makes us happy is good for us and for the world.
Feeling down? Numb? A little lost? Not getting much done? This guided meditation will bring you back to your essential divine self of lightness of being, clarity and purpose.
Recommended only for people who are not on medication for depression.
The support offered in this guided meditation is based on psychic observations on the origins of depression by psychically seeing how energy operates in the human aura.
From psychic observation, the causes of many non-medical, long-lasting depression usually originate in childhood.
If a child is not protected, encouraged to explore, given attention, simply not had his/her basic needs met, he loses contact with his essential being -- the source of his/her true identity and a guide as to how to proceed in life in a way that is best for him/her. As an adult, unable to access this important information, one feels down, foggy, unmotivated, unable to move.
Healing lies in healing childhood wounds. This guided meditation does not address deep healing. It is meant to lift you out of your depression, so you can take steps toward deep healing.
The purpose of this guided meditation is to help you:
In the guided meditation, you will be asked questions. Your conscious mind will offer answers. Your subconscious mind will also offer answers that sound quieter, are in the back of the conscious answers. Stay alert to perceive those quieter answers and insights. They offer the truth about your situation.
The guided meditation is about 26 minutes. 10 minutes of just music follow so you can stay longer in the uplifting, positive energy.
Dawn McLelland, narrator. Music by Thaddeus.
Headphones are recommended.