Selacia Council of 12 Message for Mar. 2008: Part II - Creating the New
Second, universal laws co-exist in tandem with each other. You cannot ignore some and work with others and expect to have the results you want. Let's say you desire a specific life partner. Perhaps you fantasize about this person, visualizing them as your mate. This person may not be ready for a relationship with you, or with anyone. Perhaps they are even married to someone else.
If you ignore the law of noninterference and persist with visualizing this person as your mate, you will not be operating in alignment with the highest good. Therefore, since the law of cause and effect also applies, you will create negative consequences for yourself in some future time. You will eventually feel the boomerang effect of these choices, although you may not connect the dots to discern your role.
Third, without taming your emotions, you run the risk that unchecked feelings such as anger could trigger self-sabotage and block you from manifesting your life partner. You may be quite skilled at visualizing your life partner, consistently focusing on the specific person coming into your life.
On some days, though, you become angry that the manifestation is taking so long. Your anger, when not worked with intelligently, can trigger a host of negative thoughts within your mind.
As an example, you may start to question whether you are worthy of this person. Or you may go on attack mode, judging this other person as being somehow insufficient or wrong. These negative thoughts are a poison that will eat away at the dream you have visualized.
Skills for Creating the New
To be skillful in creating the changes you seek, you will need to work with, not against, universal laws. You will need to become more aware of how energy works, not only within your own body and energy field but between you and your world. You can consider this in two categories:
*Your own energy-your physical body, your mind, your emotions, and your connection to spirit
*Your energy that interacts with other people and the physical world-the interchange between you and the people and things in your environment
The more that you can become awake to these energy flows, the easier it will be to consciously shift yourself into balance. After all, you cannot change something in your energy system if you are unaware that it needs attention.
Awareness of imbalances can lead you to fruitful investigations of the solutions that will be most appropriate for you. Then, as you learn to intuitively apply these solutions, you can facilitate the healing you need.
Remember that even if the ideal solutions include help from a healer or other source, it will still be you who applies the remedy to shift yourself back into balance.
Guidelines for Managing Your Energy
The following are some guidelines to help you better manage your energy. You may want to review these regularly, as well as any time you feel that you have gotten out of balance.
Your physical body is a sacred container for your soul's experiences on the Earth plane.
Nutrients-Consider your diet and whether you are giving your body enough nutritious foods and pure water. Learn to become skilled in giving yourself intuitive physical readings to determine what nutrients are best for you. Your own body is your best resource for this information. Nutrient needs can fluctuate widely depending on a host of factors individual to you. If you honor your body by giving it the specific nutrients it requires, it will serve you well.
Movement-How much exercise, and what type, is ideal for you? What happens to your energy level when you forget or neglect this exercise? Can you find some ways to make your exercise time more fun? Have you thought of partnering with an exercise buddy to make it more enjoyable? Consider experimenting with some moderate forms of exercise to discover or rediscover the types that work best for you. Then take steps to incorporate these into your routine.
Rest-When your body has adequate rest, you will have more energy for the activities of your life. A rested body helps your mind, too. Your mind will be able to function with more alertness, less emotional upheaval, greater creativity, and increased intuitiveness. Are you honoring your needs for rest, downtime, and sleep? If not, consider what you can do to allow for these needs.
Your mind produces all sorts of thoughts, and these thoughts will determine what you experience.
Thoughts-Your thoughts are real. They have energy within them. Each thought carries a vibration. To master your human reality, it is essential to become adept at working with your mind. Set your intention to become more watchful of your own thoughts, including those you think silently to yourself and those you express out loud to others.
Notice how much of the time you focus on low-vibration, fear-based thoughts involving worry, lack, and anger about something in your past. Fear does not come from outside of you, but is generated within your own mind. If you dislike something about your life experience, become determined to get to the root cause buried within your own limiting thought patterns.
These thought patterns, also known as belief systems, are carried within your DNA. Beliefs are created when a meaning is given to something. Sometimes it was you who assigned the meaning as a result of a life experience.
Other times, it was a member of your lineage who did so, and the meaning-connected belief was passed on to you in your DNA. In other cases, the meaning-connected belief was born out of the powerful field of humanity's mass consciousness, and you took it on as your own.
Begin changing these patterns and you can change your life. To do so, you must first change your mind about your mind. Instead of allowing your mind to carry you forward like a wild horse, you can decide to tame it. You can learn to tame your mind, and to train it to work for your highest good.
Your emotions are integral to managing your energy in an intelligent way.
Emotions-Get into the habit of checking in with your own feelings. As much as possible, do this in present time. When you can begin noticing how you feel, when you feel it, you can develop discernment in emotional response.
On a regular basis-daily if not weekly-reflect on your life and how you have responded to key troublesome emotions. Let go of any self-judgment during this process, remembering that everyone has challenges with feelings.
For starters, consider what you do with feelings of anger, doubt, fear, and resentment. Through self-observation, you can become skilled in recognizing which emotions tend to get you off balance, and which emotions are most dominant in your experience.
Your connection to spirit is the vital ingredient needed to master your own energy.
To manage your own energy skillfully, you will need to incorporate spirit into your life. You are a physical being, of course. Yet your true nature is spirit and without form. When you live as though spirit mattered, it is not about religion. It relates to accessing your own deeper wisdom, and bringing the Divine into your physicality in a tangible way.
The more fully you develop your intuitive knowing, the more Light you will be able to express in the world. When you are facing a personal crisis, your intuition and connection with spirit can guide you safely through the minefield of difficulties.
Your energy that interacts with others is a direct reflection of your own consciousness. Learning to manage this energy flow, therefore, begins with a more intimate understanding of you. The more self-awareness you develop, the more that you can master your responses to the people and situations of your life.
The following are a few tools that can be helpful here. Consider the example of how you are troubled by interactions with someone you see often.
First, when someone consistently pushes your buttons, decide that you will discover a more positive way to respond. Making that decision is an important step in reclaiming your power. Remembering that you have a choice of how to respond is liberating.
Second, pay attention to your thoughts and emotions, receiving clues about the pattern being triggered within you.
Third, approach yourself gently and patiently. Issues such as self-doubt, for example, involve a complex set of internal causes. Know that if you continue to be plagued by self-doubt when interacting with someone, it simply means that you have not eliminated all internal causes.
Fourth, open your mind to the possibility that you have a blind spot. Being unaware of something you have not yet discovered is not the same as being stupid. Make that distinction, and let go of your self-reprimanding.
Fifth, set your intention to leave no stone unturned as you investigate your pattern. Remind yourself that you may not see all the stones at once, but that when you do notice a stone, you will fearlessly address it. Decide that you will act with perseverance, continuing your efforts until the very last stone has been removed.
Sixth, remember throughout this process to put your trust in spirit and your own intuitive wisdom. Allow the beneficial force of spirit to guide you and help accelerate your learning.
Seventh, be willing to view the person pushing your buttons as a gift from the Divine. Let yourself see the person through the eyes of gratitude. When you can be grateful to those who cause you pain, you can soften the sting of the pain. Seeing the person as your teacher helps connect you with an ability to respond to them with your Light.
As you continue the journey of rediscovering your Divine nature, we surround you with our love and blessings. We are The Council of 12.
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