Messages & Channelings

Everyone has their own personal style or identity. What makes your identity? It is the clothes you wear, the hairstyle you have, or is it the attitude you exude. We all look for our identity through material things. These things give us a since of who we are, but it's not the true-self. Our identity is not our astrological sign, though it gives insight to our personality. Then the question is raised, "who am I?" Just be who you are, but then ask yourself "who am I now, in this moment?"

Hillis Pugh > Perspective

What exactly is perspective? Is it objective or subjective, or both? Is is one’s opinion or a voice in your head? I my personal journey, perspective has taken on all these forms. Perspective is an energy that shifts into what it needs to be, when it needs to be.

As we approach a new year and soon to follow a new season, time to reflect and create desired newness with thought and energy. We take much time to reflect when something comes to an end. Why is this?

Kindness is another form of gratitude. When we perform genuine acts of kindness, they lift us to place of joy. This joy carries us to continue these acts and opens us up to receiving kindness from others. These acts can range from simple politeness to complements. Think about how it feels when someone complements your appearance, opens a door for you or lift you up when down. Kindness is disappearing in our culture.

Understanding is a form of compassion. When we witness another's situation, circumstance, or emotional state, a bond is developed. This bond creates relatedness or a since of relationship. Then the relationship evolves to being one with the person, because of the emotional connection. With anyone we can relate too, a deep bond is formed and connected to them; it doesn't matter what was witnessed or felt. We have empathy for others whether we are in-tune with our emotions or not. However, we carry a great sense of compassion for others when we are emotionally vested in our life.

When we think of endurance, we think of the physical energy stored and exerted. The energy of the soul is everlasting, though times drained and needs renewal. When the energy of the soul is drained, it can stem from several areas; this can be from any form of fatigue, emotional unrest and most importantly not living in our purpose. When we are not living in our passion, our souls cries in agony. It desires the attention to change course to live in our passion/purpose.

Divine Balance is when we feel harmony within Self, when all life is in Balance. What does balance mean? Having Divine Balance is when we are in touch with both internal (self) and external energies surrounding us.

When we think of transitions we think of change. However, we forget about the process of the transition. During the process of the transition, we grieve. The grieving allows for space during the transitions to analyze what we are letting go of to move forward.

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.

Just being is simply that, just being who you already are. Who are we? We are more than organs, fluid, and a skeleton wrapped in skin, surrounded by energy. We are a soul living in a defining purpose. The defining purpose is what we chose as souls to evolve to the level of ascension. To achieve the level of ascension takes many lifetimes over. We know and understand this, innately; however we also choose the path in getting there. This path can be seen as difficult from the non-awakened mind, yet through the evolution of self we are able to see path clearer and the action of every step taken. The question now becomes, how do we just simply be?

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