When there is a lot of energy movement we need to make sure our energy boundaries are firmly in place. Why would we put boundaries up when we want the energy to flow in freely and create as much transformation as possible?
Last week we talked about hiding from other people or from the world in general. This week we are going to look at it from another angle. Today’s Wednesday Wisdom Seeds is about the Restorative Cave, the healthy need to retreat.
You are interconnected with the magnetic radiance of the cosmos. You are interactive—every moment is an experience of connection with Life. Are you at peace with this? Does this excite your creativity?
Contained within our free will choices are decisions about the frequency, vibration, and type of energy we will allow in and into our lives and on the earth. And there are two distinct paths for how we allow energy to flow into and out of our lives.
As a sensitive person, you deeply feel energies. You may even feel like you’re absorbing other people’s emotions. How can a sensitive person stay positive, when there are negative people and news stories around you?
The energies of October and November slightly blur together. They are a building-upon and October begins a phase of momentum. The lines of release and activation are blurring as manifestation becomes more readily available to match your clarity.
Boundaries and limits have been a big topic in the past few weeks and their importance increases now as we have so much energy available to us. We manage our energy by having strong boundaries, and limits refer to what we resonate with and have the capacity to process.
This declaration is offered to assist the user in being a clearer servant of light for humanity! Use daily upon rising, before sleeping or anytime that you feel negative energy may be impacting you . . .
posted 16 May, 2014 (Thursday, 1 May, 2014) - Alan Cohen
While driving on a country road I passed the parked truck of a tree trimming service. High above the vehicle a workman stood in a cherry picker, sawing overhanging branches. Beside the truck, facing the road, stood a large sign, bold black letters against a bright orange background...
It may sometimes be awkward to set healthy boundaries with negative or draining people, but it is an important skill to learn. If someone has unrealistic expectations of you or unable to respect your feelings remember “No” is a complete sentence.