Our stories dictate our frequency…..our vibration
This is what we put out into the world and so what comes back to us
What story do you tell yourself, do even know?
We store stories in our subconscious, they become buried so deep that we forget that they are there. Yet we continue to live by them and with them and believe they are our truth.
You don’t need to keep telling a story about yourself that isn’t true.
Instead of choosing the usual story, you can choose to tell a different one and be loving and honoring to you.
You are beautiful and full of light and have so much to share with the world.
Know that you are held in love.
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Remember when you’re upset that you want to be free.
More than you want to defend your position, or get someone to love you
When you’re upset. Ask yourself
The Right Thing
When I do the right thing I feel good! It sounds old school, but this is really the foundation of growth and spiritual practice. How do you know what the right thing is in a situation? You take some quiet time, can be just a few minutes if that is all you have, breathe softly and slowly and ask your intuition, ask within.
When we practice loving kindness for everyone, including difficult people…..and ourselves we feel better. Loving kindness toward ourselves neutralizes any sense of shame we might have.
Improvement Without Perfection
It’s ok to be perfectly imperfect. We really don’t need to be perfect. We can let go of trying so hard, take things less personally. We might be anxious, needy or sad sometimes and that’s ok. We can accept ourselves and our humanity and still work toward improvement, without perfection.
Sharing and Shining
We can acknowledge our talents, it’s not vain. We’re here to shine who we are. Reflecting on our abilities before bed each night is a great “feel good” practice. Filling up our hearts ourselves means we pull less on others energy for validation.
Our Fan Club
We feel better when we spend more time with people who like us and less time with those who are indifferent or negative toward us. It’s much more satisfying than trying so hard to convince others who are less than enthusiastic about us how wonderful we are.
I keep a nurturing image filed away in my mind for those moments I need encouragement or a “poor baby”. Poor babies is a term one of my teachers in nursing school used when we thought things were becoming too hard. She would pat us on the back and say “poor baby”. Unfortunately she did it sarcastically but when we need a true “poor baby” pat, it’s good to have a compassionate image to call up for soothing. Those that know me well can easily guess mine.
Let’s forgive ourselves for our faults and shortcomings. We can choose to improve but we don’t need to berate ourselves constantly for missing the mark. Continuing self-flagellation can become an avoidance of responsibility. When we take true responsibility, we face ourselves honestly, forgive ourselves and then move ahead. We can even write ourselves a forgiveness letter, or imagine being forgiven by an honored figure who holds meaning for us.
Stand Up To You For You
We need to stand up to judgmental, critical thoughts we have about ourselves. Some examples are; unfair comparisons with others, or basing our worth on what we do (facebook anyone?).
Treating ourselves as if we matter is important, because we do! We need to pay attention to our dreams, our hopes and encourage them realistically.You need to treat yourself as if you matter. We may not have experienced empathy as children, but we can offer it to ourselves now.
So take a breath and let go, when you need to. Let’s love yourself up all the time. When we feel good about ourselves we bring that goodness to everyone around us.
Self-care has become quite a buzz word the past few years. The trouble I find with that happening it that is overly saturates a concept till it is overdone and then overlooked. It simplifies it to the point that a lot of the concept's value is lost. And so it is with Self-care, so I prefer to call it Soul-care, the name really weeds out quite a few that stay far afield with anything sounding remotely religious or spiritual. In the way I use it it's meant to be strictly spiritual and not religious. And there is a big difference. I should probably write about that, but here I go veering off in another directions. Imagine what having a conversation with me must be like. My daughter can attest to it be challenging to keep track at times.
Anyway back to Soul-care. one of the reasons I like this name better is because it doesn't instantly conjure up images of bubble baths and pedicures. Not that there's anything wrong with either one. Personally I prefer showers, and pedicures consist of me changing the polish on my toes when it's worn thin and long overdo, but again I digress.
Soul-care to my way of thinking consists partly or largely of taking time for stillness and reflection. Letting our inner self speak to reveal our deeper desires our thoughts and needs. It feels so good to acknowledge and perhaps re-evaluate them.
It's good to ask ourselves questions
Questions like, what story am I telling myself and others, over and over?
What do I really want?
Am I aware of my thought patterns? Are they mostly positive? If not am I working on shifting them to be more positive?
The first thing to do to change a thought is to;
Pause, breathe, and then ask another question. What I like to call, an Awake and Aware question.
How is this serving me, why won't I let go of this thought, belief, pattern?
Ask without pressuring yourself to change, simply ask.
How is this thought, this pattern, this story serving me? Even negative thought patterns serve a purpose for us in some way. Sometimes they help us by letting us stay in a comfortable place without having to challenge ourselves to change and do the work.
And they're always based on past experiences that we developed those thoughts around, so we stay stuck in the past. Whether it was good or bad, staying in the past keeps us from living now and for some, that is actually preferable for lots of reasons. I know this because I was a master at this for a long long time. My reasons may not be the same as yours, there hundreds of different ones, but they all work the same way. They sabotage us, keep us from moving forward in our lives.
Asking opens us into our Now Moment, our Point of Possibility !
Let’s remind ourselves to ask the questions that bring us out of the past into the present process of becoming.
Hello Sweet Friend, maybe you already know that miracles require recognition and acknowledgement when they happen. I didn’t realize it for a long time.
Now I know that when we see clearly, letting go of assumptions and faulty perceptions we can cause miracles and become miracle makers.
It has been said that miracles are merely a change of perception. (A Course In Miracles)
This resonates as truth for me and a lot of other people.
Letting go of experiencing the present based on the past. Seeing possibilities, reaching out to grasp what is already there waiting in the wings. The choices hidden from our ordinary vision of life.
Miracles, a change of perception.
We can be Miracle makers, willing to drop old ways of perceiving, seeing with new eyes, thinking new thoughts. Our focus limits or expands everything in our lives. What we choose to see seems to appear everywhere. We see our expectations, are they good ones?
What you see and I see are different, very different, based on experiences we carry from our past.
it’s time to let those go. It’s time to vision in new way
Let's let go of seeing things as they were, seeing things as we’ve molded them to be again and again. We screen out so much. We layer expectations of difficulty and impossibility on our experiences. We cloak miracles in the making with constructed beliefs telling ourselves and one another that they don’t exist.
Now we know, now we can decide to be fully present. Feeling our life force. Seeing differently.
We are the makers of miracles
So many things we take for granted today, natural occurrences, would have once been considered a miracle. Which tells us that miracles are natural. A Blue Blood Moon long ago seen for the first time would have been called a miracle.
I woke up this morning and turned on the light, it would have been called a miracle in decades past. Now we call these things astronomy, electricity, commonplace. Are they any less miracles?
There are miracles out there we simply haven’t yet seen
What other commonplace miracles lie beneath the surface that we have yet to discover ?
Imagine what they might be, what you might create
Most of them lie within us!
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