The world is changing, much faster than our ego/personality selves are prepared to deal with. Living creative, connected lives where we get to do more of what we enjoy with more people we enjoy doing it with is the desired outcome now. The challenge, for many of us, is that we are so habituated to choosing duty, frustration, and self-abandonment over joy that we find it very hard to believe the Universe will support us if we insist on choosing joy. There’s a leap of faith that must be taken. Soft landings are not guaranteed.
Part of the challenge for those of us who are being pinned down by this transformational accelerator beam is that we don’t have a road map. I know I’ve received a stream of assurances from my guides that it’s safe to let go and trust. That not only will I be OK, this is what I’ve been waiting for my whole life. The Universe is answering my prayers, manifesting my vision of an abundant life, setting me free. I don’t have the map. Sorry. I believe what my guides are telling me. Partly because I’ve been here before and it does seem true that after each breakdown, break-up, or breakthrough episode, I always find myself in a better life. Belatedly grateful for the experience
...it's the egoic mind’s reaction to contemplating finally letting go of the habitual guilt and shame that motivate most of our choices and daily actions. To the egoic mind, spiritual freedom is tantamount to death. We no longer need those old voices of judgment and shame... realized later, is another form of the perspective I’ve been writing and talking about recently: Forgiveness is imagination in action. Gratitude is actually a form of forgiveness – of self, of others, of the world – because it changes the images in our mind… Standing in the light takes some resolve...What I’m hearing, when I remember to be still and listen, is that we don’t need a map. We just need to be quiet and listen. And remember to be grateful for the light that is always here, in every moment.