The more I listen for the voice of fear, the more I hear it through the denial we have of our own success - our our innate greatness. Contemplate again the famous Marianne Williamson quote "it is not our darkness we fear most, but our light..."
I have another reminder that came from Mystic teacher Carolyn Myss when she told a story about how she got started. As a medical intuitive working with Dr. Norm Shealy, people would ask her all the time if she could teach the "art" of intuition. She decided she could indeed - there was a system, a rhythm and a reason to it all, and she proudly put the word out that workshops were forming.
Lo and behold her conclusion was that more people came to find out how to control their intuition than how to enhance it.
They wanted to learn how to have things their way rather than the way.
Mostly I have found the same thing after years of observation, so I ask you these questions: do you really want to know what you can tap into? Do you like the answers you receive? Are you willing to make the changes necessary when "intuition" or your higher knowledge of truth comes knocking at the door of your consciousness? Do you give yourself real time to listen? Are you willing to act to make change happen now?
If the answer for you is an immediate "yes" then congratulations and kudos galore! This is the very core of the message in the program Fundamentals of Emotional Freedom (which can be yours with this simple click into downloadland.)
Whether you know it or not, you have mastered the ability to move energy as divine inspiration from insight through your will, past fear into faith with true Self-regard, giving active relatedness to a new life generating belief that supports your life choices.
THAT, my friend, is an awesome synopsis of successfully moving energy through the seven chakras and allowing life's blessings to fully inform and activate your experience. The colors represent the guiding light of each vibration, and knowing how to navigate the territory brings speed - and ease - to the journey.
For many of us though, the answer to big insight is some variation of NO! And why should it be otherwise when so much in the World is in such an unbelievable state of turmoil? And so we say no - I don't want to change my life. I'm not ready to leave my job. I can't handle moving my location. I'm afraid of coming out to be who I am...and on it goes.
So be it.
We argue for our limitations and they are ours.
Each of these arguments has one thing in common. A belief that triggers fear. Fear that we won't be accepted. Fear that we won't be part of our group. Fear of loneliness and disapproval. Fear that we won't succeed. Fear of innate survival diminishing. Fear of loss. This is 1st chakra territory, the area of belief and unconscious resistance in the energy body.
Until we are able to look at our beliefs and challenge our assumptions it will be close to impossible to move on without fear dogging us every step of the way. The "no" doesn't really keep us safe (or happy) - it just keeps fear from activating. No amount of behavioral change will really work because the underlying belief will continue to run our circuits, and all manner of successful reasoning and procrastination will result.
Now if we can move beyond a flat out "no I can't" to "YES (but not yet)" or "I will when I'm ready" then this is a frame of reference I can address successfully today. This attitude is more about relatedness than it is about belief, and moves us to the governing body of the 2nd chakra and conscious choice. Now we have the opportunity to discern how we can relate to our fears, and changing our behaviors can be a successful path.
Do you want to be the change you seek? Then you can do this.
Remember that fear fuels itself through the 4th chakra of the heart where faith also lives. If we are to transform fear into faith, we must look at the system of actions that bring us into the 2nd chakra activities of relatedness, then look through the 3rd chakra power of Self referral so that we can arrive at the possibility of transformation that exists as the gift of 4th chakra faith.
There is a path to this system and it is neither esoteric nor beyond reason.
For today let's focus on the 2nd level of relatedness. The following is some copy from my Spiritual Warrior Coaching Manual. I use it as an appendix of helpful information when addressing individual areas of action - or lack of action - once the possibility of change is firmly agreed upon. So let's say you know something's got to give, but somehow you are still in a flummox about beelining toward your intuition about change.
What's needed is some clarity about how to relate to what it takes to get from your intention to your action.
These are relational tips you can employ in the process of successfully navigating territory that may seem vast or overwhelming, and they address...
The 10 Robbers of Timeok - now you've got the skinny on some 2nd chakra strategy. It's not as esoteric as you might think. Go for it...and contact me if you want some personal guidance. The system can be learned and will offer you gifts beyond measure. Next time I'll readdress where to go from here... ps "like" our Yokibics facebook page for updates and more opportunities to connect.
1. Floundering. Too much going on.
You need to be specific.
2. Wheel spinning. Busy work.
Stop and re-access what is truly important from what is convenient.
3. Fire fighting. Crisis management.
Begin today to orient toward fire prevention.
4. Vacillation. Can’t decide?
Get tough and do something…anything to create action in one direction!
Keep your goal in mind and make a deadline. Write it down.
Focus on one task like a laser beam and stop spreading yourself too thin.
Have persistence and develop a passion for closure.
8. Acquiescing to arm-twisting.
Practice saying NO! “No” is a complete sentence.
9. Rehashing. Reminiscence and regret.
Make today count and stay in the present moment.
10. Perfectionism. Avoiding the risk of failure.
Strive for excellence rather than the illusion of perfection.