It is reassuring to think that we each have within us a voice that lets us know almost everything that we need to know
a voice that can help us to make the right choices and decisions, say precisely what needs to be said, and avoid travelling down the wrong paths or getting involved in the wrong things.
“If only we would listen to it!”
For it is one of the greatest gifts that we have as human beings: there are limits to our reasoning, and that is where our instinct comes into play.
Jack London spoke of it in his story, “To Build a Fire.” Here, a man uses reason to try to survive temperatures of 75 degrees below zero, but eventually dies.
However, his dog, whose instinct tells him he should not be out there, survives.
Pay attention to “the voice within” you; it is speaking, but you must listen.
When you pray, listen for the responses to your prayers.
When you talk, listen what is said in return.
It will require practice and patience, yet the result of your diligence will be a much greater understanding of your purpose and meaning in life.
Day 15~ The sensation of Oneness from my whatsap session
Our senses are indeed our doors and windows, the key to the unlocking of meaning and the wellspring of creativity.
Though many know only 5 senses but actually there are 9…
I AM unlocking the meaning of Life, living my connection to the whole through the wondrous sensations that surround me.
Tap into the Intuitive Powers Now 🌺
This was the Today’s Topic in my Parenting Whatsap group…
A to Z of Parenting begins with Acceptance and what is Acceptance?
Today was watching the movie Hichki, where the Actress Rani Mukerjee had some rear disease called Tourette Syndrome where she created some noise continuously and that was a shameful thing for her Dad….
As the father never accepted her daughter completely, he never stayed with them.
Luckily she had an understanding and loving Mother and her younger brother who accepted her Completely…..and so she could convert her weakness into her biggest strength.
She wanted to be a teacher but due to her problem she was rejected by 18 schools and again dad wanted her to take up a bank job where she might not have to speak much but she was adamant on being a teacher.
Finally she was appointed by one school but the class she got was of rowdy kids from slums….even children wanted her teacher to leave them but she accepted them and stood by them and transform them.
True Acceptance is accept yourself the way you are, don’t compare yourself with others and then only you can fly high…..she taught this kids also the same things by asking them to write what they are scared of and then asked them to make a paper plane and fly it in air…..
Easy simple Activity but that’s the Real meaning of Life.
Why am I writing all this, you must be wondering…
I am writing this as even I was never accepted for what I am ~ neither as a child nor as an adult with the healing profession by few but nothing stopped me as I accepted myself competely as I am….
Yes I am not smart enough.
I am not expressive enough.
I can’t carry myself well enough.
I don’t have sense to speak.
I don’t have a Goal, neither I have long term vision….
I live one day at a time and just do what my heart says and yes God has been kind enough to bless me with success cases through my Intuitive Training and Therapies.
I am blessed to have a supportive family.
I am blessed to have clients who love to call me Didima, Di, Baima etc etc…..some have made me their daughter and some mother and some sister and that’s complete acceptance.
You know your list of “should” and “should not’s.”
‘I should have gotten out of bed on time.’
‘I should exercise more.’
And you know your should not’s;
‘I should not have yelled at my child.’
‘I should not have eaten that second piece of chocolate cake!’
When you find yourself repeating a behavioral pattern you have judgement about, it’s highly likely due to a conflict between your conscious and subconscious mind.
Often where the conscious and subconscious mind are in conflict, there is an Emotional Energy Block.
The good news is, this Emotional Energy Block is actually showing you where your inner work lives.
There are reasons you can’t “talk” away these blocks with positive thinking.
Just like a splinter rises to the surface to be plucked out, there is a strong body/mind sensation trying to find its way to the surface of your awareness for healing.
Through healing therapies , you can learn to stop decades of repetitive painful self-destructive behavior.
By awakening Energy Blocks, you’ll experiences surges of energy that will help you be more open in your relationships, feel more relaxed and alive, be more physically healthy and achieve your goals.
Divine Release Emotional Energy Block.
How to Discover Your Deepest, Darkest “Core Wound”
by Mateo Sol
In life, we all have the tendency to believe that we are unworthy on some deep, undefinable level. Whether we believe that we are unworthy of happiness, pleasure, love or fulfillment, we all have a “core wound” deep inside that varies according to our circumstances and experiences. This deep, fundamental wound is the result of the foundational beliefs that we were taught since birth, contributing to the faulty self-image that we continue to carry around with us to this very day.
Our core wounds are our deepest seated pains in life. They are our oldest and most miserable friends. For most of us, these core wounds within us are ruled by the following two mistaken beliefs:
1. “I am flawed and therefore a bad person.”
2. “I must change or fix something about myself in order to be acceptable.”
The Original Sin
Christian teachings make reference to our “core wound” all the time in the form of “original sin.” However, once we put aside the dogmatic associations connected with this notion, we see that “original sin” reveals something profound about our deep-rooted core wounds; how issues such as generational guilt, self-rejection, imbalanced self-esteem, and self-hatred has passed on from generation to generation.
Often, our core wounds start in childhood. When we are little we are free. We experience unconditional love and acceptance for all of our needs, and we are granted full expression of ourselves. We don’t experience any inner fragmentation or limitations at all. However, at some point during our childhood we began to experience constraints. As we “ate from the Tree of Knowledge” we slowly came up against invalidation from our parents, elders, and peers. We began to experience disapproval and punishment for being our authentic selves. And so, our core wounds began to deepen.
As our core wounds began to deepen throughout our childhoods, pubescent years, and subsequent adult years, we began to put up barriers of protection to keep other people from hurting us. Although in many cases this protected us, in the end it served to trap us inside, limiting our ability to experience true freedom and authenticity in our day-to-day lives and in every one of our relationships.
Our core wounds are the cause of most of the fatigue we experience in daily life, preventing us from accessing the huge stores of untapped energy, and potential within us. They are also what makes solitude so refreshing as they give us a momentary respite from the lies we tell ourselves and others to protect our deep, unhealed gashes.
Getting to Know Your Core Wound
Everyone experiences their “core wound” differently. Depending on your Soul Age, level of emotional sensitivity, and the level of rejection you faced while growing up, your core wound could be an irritating scab, or a festering laceration.
How is your core wound manifesting itself in your life? Read the signs below:
You enter relationships in the hopes of finding what you lack inside in the other person (i.e. you want to “feel complete”).
You often feel inadequate, and you have the following thoughts: “I am not enough,” “I am incomplete,” “I am unlovable,” “I don’t count,” “I am imperfect,” “I am powerless,” and “I am bad.”
You constantly feel a sense of abandonment, resentment and/or betrayal.
You have a perfectionistic attitude towards life (i.e. you gain your self-esteem from the outcome of your actions instead of the intention behind your actions).
You suffer from chronic anxiety. This comes as a result of anticipating the emotional pain of being found unworthy, which deep down you think is true.
You repeat the same old mistakes in relationships. This is because you are trapped in a habitual mindset and don’t feel courageous enough to make a change.
You find happiness in your misery because it’s a source of attention in the form of sympathy from other people.
You have a strong Shadow Self.
You behave in dishonest/inauthentic ways that are not true to the person you really are. You behave in this way to gain the acceptance of others.
You feel numb inside. You feel a sense of meaninglessness and disconnection from the world around you. This is the ultimate defense mechanism: feeling nothing.
You are your own worst critic (i.e. you constantly remind yourself how much of a “loser” or a “failure” you are).
You always feel like an outcast, and you can never quite fit in with anyone. Instead of appreciating your uniqueness and seeing it as an opportunity, you see it as a curse.
The larger your core wound is, the more you experience Soul Loss. Often, this is passed onto the people around you (like a virus) — especially children, who are the most susceptible and vulnerable.
Healing Your Core Wound
The most suffering we experience from our core wounds revolves around the false self-images we present to the world. On one hand we go through life pretending to be very important, and on the other we believe that we are unworthy, ugly, dirty, unlovable, and stupid deep down.
The entire basis of the process of soulwork is to discover all of these little bits and pieces within ourselves that are broken, and to first become aware of them.
We need to examine our wounds carefully, wash them using psychological and spiritual tools, and keep them clean until they heal. A good place to begin this process is by admitting that we are lying to ourselves. We need to stop avoiding the truth about our lives, and develop the courage to face our flaws and erroneous perceptions.
The human DNA holds many things. Including patterns and belief systems and conditioning of centuries. It has become so ingrained in you; that it is reflected in your way of thinking, feeling and living your life. One of the patterns that is crippling humans is Resistance.
What is Resistance? It is a block. A nonacceptance. It is shutting the door on the face of someone or something. It is an emotion of pushing away what is coming to you. It is moving against the flow.
Though it may seem that one resists the negative aspects of Life like pain or problems; we find the contrary to be true. You believe life is a continuous struggle. You accept pain and hardships for you have been programmed by society that Life is hard. Challenges are more acceptable than Achievements. In this energy of Resistance, you resist health, happiness, joy, wholeness and even greatness.
One of the primary reasons you don’t heal is that you resist healing. Certain belief systems and patterns are behind this. You think the health issues you face are normal. You don’t believe in the wholeness, the perfection of the human body. Imperfection is more acceptable.
You become so attached to your health issues that you don’t want to let them go. At the subconscious level you hold onto them because they are the source of the care and attention in your life and you don’t want to lose that. So you hold onto your disease and don’t want to let go.
Similar is your attitude to happiness, joy in your life. You don’t let go of your pain because it has been with you so long that you are used to it. It is familiar. You don’t believe that happiness, joy can last . Moreover you don’t believe you deserve it. So you push away abundance; be it in the form of Money, Relationships or Success.
Another big area of Resistance is in the area of Spiritual growth. You resist sitting in meditation, resist talking to the Masters, resist being called Spiritual for somewhere deep in your soul is the fear; that Spirituality means losing your favourite things of life, things that really matter to you. That is why inspite of the deep calling in your heart you take so long to start living a Spiritual life.
Resistance makes life harder for it is moving against the flow. It is resisting what is meant to be yours. Be it a Lesson or a Love.
Archangel Jophiel through Satarupa
Today someone asked a question….what if close family tries to stop us from reaching out True Potential…..
And the question arose so many questions in my mind on how to answer this query in the best possible way….and here what you ask you receive….
Sharing this wonderful Insight which is slightly Long but worth a read and we can also discuss it for more clarification…
Bitter feelings allow us to become perfect victims, in that we no longer feel obliged to work toward healing.
It is natural to feel resentment or anger when life does not unfold as expected.
We consciously or unconsciously anticipated one experience, and we grieve for the loss of it when the universe puts something else in our path.
Most of the time, we work through these feelings and they pass.
Occasionally, our anger and resentment do not fade and are instead transformed into bitterness.
Bitter feelings allow us to become perfect victims in that we no longer feel obliged to work toward healing and choose instead to identify with our pain.
Yet as unwholesome as bitterness can be, it is also a natural element of our emotional palette.
When we acknowledge that it is okay to feel bitter, we reconnect with our hurt in a constructive way and can begin the process of working through it.
The nature of bitterness is rooted in the fact that the pain we feel provides us with a rationale.
We may feel that we deserve to embrace our bitterness to its full extent.
And to be bitter is, in essence, to cut ourselves off from all that is positive, hardening our hearts and vowing never to let go of our hurt.
But just as bitter feelings can be self-defeating, so too can the release of bitterness be life-affirming in a way that few other emotional experiences are.
When we decide that we no longer want to be bitter, we are reborn into a world filled with delight and fulfillment unlike any we knew while in the clutches of bitterness.
The veil it cast over our lives is lifted, letting light and warmth touch our souls.
Divesting yourself of bitter feelings can be as simple as truly forgiving and moving on.
Even when your bitterness has no concrete object, you can forgive situations too.
Healing pain can be challenging but may be easier if you remind yourself that you are the only entity truly affected by your emotional state.
n time, you will discover that letting go of your bitterness frees you to initiate the healing process and allows you to once again celebrate the possibility of the more wonderful life you deserve.
To help myself become more aware,
I asked the Universe to give me a gentle nudge to bring me back to the present whenever my mind has taken over and is “having a party at my expense.”
That gentle nudge happens by me bumping myself or dropping something, a loud noise, or a siren or an alarm going off.
All of these things are signals to me that my mind has taken off and to come back to the present.
When I receive these signals I stop immediately and ask myself
“What am I thinking?
What am I feeling?
Am I aware?”
And of course in the moment I do that, I am aware.
The very moment you ask yourself if you are aware, you are there.
You are aware.
“Don’t try to heal something by taking it out of your body. It doesn’t work like that. There’s a reason it came in – in the first place, and even if you do manage to get it out of your body who knows how long it would stay gone for.
Instead, try to actually Listen to what your pain is trying to tell you. And I mean really Listen. Not the kind of listening where you are secretly just listening to the pain with the intention of wanting it gone after it “speaks”.
Our pains are there to tell us something. Just like the pain you get in your elbow when you start to over-extend your arm. It’s there to tell you something. It’s there to help you.
The body speaks to us in this way. It’s time we started listening.
Your body and mind are meant to be a whole, and to ensure that they are, your whole existence is based on feedback loops.
Body listens to mind; mind listens to body. Awareness is the link. Make no mistake: Every cell knows when you are unhappy, anxious or stressed. A cell’s awareness is expressed in chemical reactions instead of words. The message comes through loud and clear.
What can you do to start listening to your body? The most basic elements are as follows:
~Feel what you feel. Don’t talk yourself into denial.
~Accept what you feel. Don’t judge what’s actually there.
~Be open to your body. It’s always speaking. Be willing to listen.
~Trust your body. Every cell is on your side, which means you have hundreds of billions of allies.
~Value spontaneity. Emotions change, cells change, the brain changes. Don’t be the policeman who stops the river of change by blocking it with frozen, fixed beliefs.
~Enjoy what your body wants to do. Bodies like to rest, but they also like to be active. Bodies like different kinds of food that are eaten with enjoyment. Bodies like sex and pleasure in general.
These are all primary things to pay attention to. Yet on a subtler level, bodies like to be spiritual. Bliss and ecstasy don’t belong in the souls of saints alone. They course through the body, bringing a sense of ease, lightness, alertness, energy and exuberance. Your cells feel all these things and want you to feel them too.
How? By learning, day by day, to pay more attention to what your body is saying. As the layers of indifference, judgment and denial peel away, the underlying joyful life will emerge.
One of the most basic ways to be aware is by grounding yourself in the body.
There is no mystery to it. Simply feel your body whenever you’ve been distracted.
Let’s say you’re driving a car, and somebody cuts you off. Your normal reaction is to be agitated or angry; you jump out of the calm, relaxed focus that connects you to the mind-body field. Instead of being overshadowed by this disruption, just go within and feel the sensations of your body. Take a deep breath, since that is an easy way to come back to body awareness.
Keep your attention on these sensations until they disappear. What you’ve done is cut off the stimulus response with a gap. A gap is an interval of nonreaction. It stops the reaction from fueling itself. It reminds the body of its natural state of harmonious, coordinated self-regulation. And that grounds you.
It’s easy because harmonious self-regulation is the body’s ground state. Stress pulls you into another state of heightened biological response that triggers a flow of hormones, increased heart rate, hypervigilance of the sense and many other linked reactions.
But all are temporary; they are emergency measures only. If you allow the stress reaction to become a habit, however, disharmony enters the field of mind and body.
The normal state of relaxed awareness tries to co-exist with the disrupted, agitated state of the stress response. The two don’t mix; they aren’t meant to exist at the same time.
Anytime you’re feeling distracted, overwhelmed, stressed or overshadowed, there’s a tendency to escape. The state of denial is an escape. Distracting yourself through overwork is an escape. Altering your mind with drugs and alcohol is an escape. What they all have in common is absence of awareness.
You numb or distract yourself under the false belief that unawareness will help you, while being too aware will only increase your pain. In reality, the opposite is true. Awareness heals because awareness is the only thing that is truly whole and healing is fundamentally a return to wholeness.
To get on the path to increased awareness, say the following to yourself and then carry your words into action:
1. I will make choices to maximize the energy in my body. My body is my connection to the infinite supply of energy in the universe. If am feeling lack of energy in any way, it means that I am resisting the flow of this infinite supply. I will ask my body what it needs and will sincerely follow its advice. The ideal state is to experience such lightness that I do not feel bounded by my body. It and the world are one.
2. Before I act on any emotion, I will consult my heart. My heart is a reliable guide when I trust it. It monitors the emotions of others around me. This helps me experience empathy, compassion and love. The heart is the seat of emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence allows me to get in touch with my deepest self. It nurtures all relationships by reminding me to see myself in the other.
3. Lightness of being in my body will be my indicator of happiness. If I feel heavy or dull in my body, I will pay attention because these feelings are signs that I am inertia and the dreariness of habit over the potential that every moment has for freshness and new life. The best way to replenish my body is to give it what it needs most, whether it’s sleep, rest, life-giving nourishment, the joy of movement or communion with nature.”
If you want to create better health in your body, there are definitely some things you must not do: You must not get angry at your body for any reason. Anger is another affirmation, and it’s telling your body that you hate it, or parts of it. Your cells are very aware of every thought you have.
Your body knows how to heal itself. If you feed it healthy foods and beverages, give it exercise and sufficient sleep, and think happy thoughts, then its work is easy. The cells are working in a happy, healthy atmosphere. However, if you’re a couch potato who feeds your body junk food and lots of diet soda, and you skimp on sleep and are grouchy and irritable all the time, then the cells in your body are working at a disadvantage—they’re in a disagreeable atmosphere. If this is the case, it’s no wonder that your body isn’t as healthy as you’d like it to be.
You’ll never create good health by talking or thinking about your illness. Good health comes from love and appreciation. You want to put as much love into your body as you possibly can. Talk to it and stroke it in loving ways. If there’s a part of your body that’s ailing or dis-eased, then you want to treat it as you would a sick little child. Tell it how much you love it, and that you’re doing everything you can to help it get well quickly.
If you’re sick, then you want to do more than just go to the doctor and have him or her give you a chemical to take care of the symptom. Your body is telling you that something you’re doing isn’t good for your body. You need to learn more about health—the more you learn, the easier it is to take care of your body. You don’t want to choose to feel like a victim. If you do, you’ll just be giving your power away. You could go to a health-food store and pick up one of the many good books that teach you how to keep yourself healthy, or you could see a nutritionist and have a healthy diet created just for you, but whatever you do, create a healthy, happy mental atmosphere. Be a willing participant in your own health plan.
I believe that we create every so-called illness in our body. The body, like everything else in life, is a mirror of our inner thoughts and beliefs. Our body is always talking to us; we just need to take the time to listen. Every cell within our body responds to every single thought we think and every word we speak.
You can choose to think thoughts that create a mental atmosphere that contributes to illness, or you can choose to think thoughts that create a healthy atmosphere both within you and around you.
Positive Affirmations for Health
I enjoy the foods that are best for my body. I love every cell of my body.
I look forward to a healthy old age because I take loving care of my body now.
I am constantly discovering new ways to improve my health.
Healing happens! I get my mind out of the way and allow the intelligence of my body to do its healing work naturally.
My body is always doing its best to create perfect health.