As a physician, I've found that the biggest energy drain on my patients is relationships. Some relationships are positive and mood elevating. Others can suck optimism and serenity right out of you. I call these draining people "emotional vampires." They do more than drain your physical energy. The malignant ones can make you believe you're unworthy and unlovable.
The world was created in oneness, a single entity, biosphere containing all life to aide in harmony and evolution. When the Earth was born, It was in natural harmony and oneness of Its own; one land mass and body of water; until universal counter energies intervened and the Earth, Itself decided to separate the land mass. This was a sacrifice made to experience a different form of harmony, within Itself. The Earth is as much as alive as we are.
While most celebrate the “new year” labeled 2016, I see that separating years is a reflection of the separation in us and Source. I choose not to play in this game of illusion and rather view it all as a continuum. There is no separation between last year and this year.
This week, as we head into the busy holiday season, I want to invite you to think about what brings you joy. What do you love to do during this time of year? Who do you love to spend time with? When the end of the season comes, what do you wish you had done more of?
Your soul embraces a human path for the purpose of ascending energy into higher frequencies. The karmic path can be viewed as your soul’s work in the third dimension, to shift energies and create an energetic space for ascension. Ascension is not a single point or time when all of humanity is in agreement and ready. It is the free will choice to move energy into higher dimensions of being.
When did serving get a poor reputation? When did it become touted that it is better to be the one served rather than the one who serves? Is the one who dines at a fine restaurant more honored than the waiter who serves the food? The world would say so. I do not. Serving and being served are the two ends of one seesaw. Both are primary. Each serves the other.