When we think of being carefree, we usually think of not having a care about anything. As loving souls we can never be carefree. We care from a loving and open heart. Being carefree is more of a feeling or sensation when one with the universal flow. This flow creates life moments of bliss. We all have favorite things we like to do bringing us innate joy and peace, in those moments we are carefree.
Natural orders are the order in which life moments or events occur and flow effortlessly. When we struggle willfully in our routines, making choices, and all the like, we are not in our natural flow or order. Though we have free will to choose what is desired, there is a process to be followed, hence the natural order. For example, we have come to know it is natural for a baby to grow up and mature, to us this make the most logical sense. The natural order at most times makes the most logical sense.
Lightworkers are older souls living with a purpose to bring peace, love, harmony and balance to Earth. They bring awareness to self and others. The task of a lightwoker is a chosen one, like all other roles in life to experience. However the lightworker had many struggles in past and current life from the non-supportive energies. The non-supportive energies broke the lightworker down; they often gave up, gave in, or practiced their work in silence.
When we think of Soul Mates, we usually think of the one person/soul that is meant for us to spend the rest of our life with. We search endlessly for this one soul, and when we find a soul matching our vibration, we feel and know they are "the one". The challenge most of us have is when we find "the one", we (self) create an image or level of expectation, while we pour all we have into the cultivating the relationship forming a new bond.
Each individual experience is an incremental part of a lesson or challenge. These experiences add up to the total life lesson. Each individual of the collective life lesson is different, yet similar. As previously spoken, our true purpose is enjoyment, but we have to learn to experience our personal joy. As young children we learned to experience joy effortlessly. We were detached from the world and all that mattered was our joy.
Spiritual happiness is when your spirit is in balance and harmony with the energy of the universe and personal space. Spiritual happiness is a combination of various emotions and living in a state of consciousness. Some of the emotions aiding in spiritual happiness is love, joy, and the variations of them operating on a high frequency. The question is how do I get to a place of spiritual happiness? To get to the place, we have to come into self knowledge and remember our true self.
Today’s current economic struggles causes heighten stress levels, which lead to other illnesses, some resulting in death or suicide. It's quite understandable why and how people act when they loose their home, job and livelihood. They identify with the possession bringing meaning and definition to their life. We also can't rule out habitual addictions. These are the worst ones. They often go unnoticed by the one with the addiction, but see and known by close family members and friends.
When we think of power of personal self we generally relate it to our independence. In our conditioned way of thinking, our independence gives us freedom to do as we choose. What are we choosing to do with our freedom, our independence? In life, we continue to assert ourselves with the choices made, for example, when a child comes of age they move out of the family home to prove self-worth.
The human experience is lived daily from our actions and thoughts stemming from the lessons and observations of life. Most of what is learned is programmed from observations and emotions. They both drive us to the decisions made in every waking moment. About 90 percent of the decisions and functions made as adults are from our subconscious mind. These automatic functions were learned behaviors from our parents or those in our surroundings, as well as words or phrases impacting our life in any way
I'm sure we have all heard the phrase "life happens”. Life does happen whether we want it to or not. Life happening is inevitable. We wake up with a plan, we follow through with a plan, we plan major life events or altering decisions, and we attempt to plan our whole life. As adolescents, we fantasize about the life we desire. We all desire to be successful, live prosperously, have loving family, great friendships and have a great job. Through all of our planning, we forget life is happening.