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".
We all desire abundance. But what is abundance exactly? Abundance is more than the monetary, it is also the physical, and spiritual. Abundance is the flow of energy we are or are not allowing into our life. Abundance is oneness, feeling connected to all that is, with the ability to manifest the non-physical, physically.
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.
Grounding self is becoming set in the life purpose intentions. In order to ground self, we first must clear away any debris. The debris we carry is emotional and can cloud our thoughts, actions, and block any newness coming in to our life. We have been conditioned to hold our emotions in, to repress our true feelings to a point where we are weighted down or at times emotionally explode. Yet when do finally clear our self, there is so much residual emotional stuff, a lot is left behind.
Creation surrounds us daily. With creation comes a story or history. We all have our own personal history allowing us to know more about ourselves to grow and have the opportunity to change who we are or became.
This has been a topic I have been feeling into for a while. As I look around the Universe, there are messages showing up around me and this is a subject we all are feeling too. What does it mean to be an Innate Being?
At times moving forward can be difficult if we are unable to see the path lying ahead. However, the path ahead is not as important as what is happening now. As a collective we have been conditioned to plan our whole life. From childhood, we have been bombarded with images and badgered with the infamous question "what do you want to be when you grow up?" We also responded innocently with the politically correct answer;
We all have been of service to others in our life, whether if it was to our employer, family member, friend, even a stranger, or ourselves. There are times when we perform acts of kindness, a noble or good deed out of reluctance; we hold it over person's head. Most acts of service are carried out with a level of fear, obligation or selfishness with expectation. Example, you do a favor for someone, then a few weeks later you need something, you approach the person and ask the favor, they may say, "I'm sorry I'm unable too", then you say, "Remember when I did that favor you."
When something shows up in our life, do we pause to appreciate it or do shrug it off because it's is know exactly what we want? Do we shrug it off because this is a fact we already know about self or something we don't want to hear? Think about why we turn something away.