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5 Countries That Prove the World Doesn’t Need Fossil Fuels

Jake Anderson, GuestA decade ago, the renewable energy movement faced an uphill battle. Today, environmentally-minded nations of the world increasingly embrace alternative energy sources. These countries now lead the way toward a future free of petroleum and dirty energy. In the process, they save significant amounts of money on national energy costs while preserving and protecting the world’s natural resources.Despite powerful corporate disinformation campaigns meant [...]

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Nancy Tate – Horus – Wake Up Call – 14 January 2012

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Jan 14

I am Horus, and I am here today to tell you of a development in the activities of the Inner and Hollow Earth beings. We are going toward a discovery that has been made in the industries of earth that is incorporating the in...

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Awesome New Energy Sources Provide Hope for a Bright Future

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New Energy Sources and Inventions

In the late 1880's, trade journals in the electrical sciences were predicting "free electricity" in the near future. Incredible discoveries about the ...

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A Conversation with Adama on Expanding Heart Awareness, and on Expected Changes as We Near 2012

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Transcript excerpt from our BlogTalk Radio Show, "Conversations with Adama," on 12-4-11 beginning at about 55 minutes in.

Selene: What can we do to stay in the state where the mind surr...

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Hilarion’s Weekly Message 2011, September 11-18, 2011

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Beloved Ones,

Many of you have learned very well how to align yourselves to meet the energies expressed from those around you, with equilibrium, insight and clarity. This is a good skill to carry with you as you traverse the Cosmi...

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VirtualLight #6 ~ Beacons of Light~ Magnetic Whip- February 2011

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From Steve

In this channel the group talked once again about the Chilean Earthquake of last summer.  At the time they said that it changed the tilt and the rotation of the planet more than we knew.  The group contin...

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Dancing to the Loving Timeline

I had a laugh last night as I opened the refrigerator… Earlier in the day, I was using it to practice some Dance warmup exercises. I thought it funny that I would be doing that, but as I pulled the beverage out of the door last night I felt my ...

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Change, Change, Change

Glad to see at least someone's doing allright.  Go Brenda!

I've lost track of the number of days since these writings began. It's been a few days since I've blogged my writings, though I have continued meditating and writing down messages ...

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The Year’s Fulcrum

June is a month of contrasts. For many of you it will be a rest month, time to regenerate, go within, and recreate the dynamism within you for the next external period to come. For you, this is an inward time, with the primary focus being on what is going on internally.

For others it will be a restless time, a month of spiky energy and high contrast, a time of feeling on the edge, with an accompanying uneasiness of spirit, mind, and even physical being. For you, this is an outward time, with the focus being on externals.

In this time of contrast, it is ever more important to remember where you are going, and what is coming next, while attending most of all to the present moment.

The primary difference among you will be of what it is you are embracing about yourself and your path. Neither path — the inward or the outward — is preferable to the other, although one may feel more innately "you" than the other. If in the first half of the year your focus was external, look now for a shift that will create balance overall within the year; in other words, look now to flip into the other portion of the cycle. If, again, in the first half of your year you were primarily focused on things external to yourself, looking inward now will help you regain a sense of balance to carry you through the year. The important thing is that you embrace this contrast and allow it to carry you into what comes next.

June is a fulcrum month within the calendar year. Within the space of this month, there is much underlying decision-making, and many of you are feeling it. Should I leave my job and follow my dream? Should I make a change in my relationship, because, I am feeling uncontented? Should I start that new project I’ve been thinking about/talking about for months now? If ever there was the perfect time for a new beginning, this month is it. Things begun this month have a good chance of finishing, and creating within that new beginning the space and path that the rest of the year will follow, with the years to come piled on afterward. Beginnings look especially auspicious this month, so we would encourage you to think about your life in those terms, whether you are in the inward phase of this energy or the outward phase.

Signs that you are in the flow of June’s energy
  • Feeling as if time is speeding up and you are riding the crest of a wave
  • Making new connections with others
  • Feelings of synchronicity
  • Omens and signs, like seeing repeated numbers on a daily basis
How to get into June’s energy flow

Breathing. Deep breathing is especially important this month. The respiration of the planet is changing, as is the pulse. Recalibrating yourself with the breath of the Earth will help you feel in the flow of the energy around you. Every time you feel out of step, bring yourself to meditation and then breathe in time to an inner metronome. This may be slightly slower or faster than you are accustomed to, so give yourself time to adjust. When the timing is right, you will feel lighter physically, as if the weight of gravity has lifted slightly.

Movement. We often recommend energy movement like tai chi, yoga and qigong. They connect you to a foundation that includes the planet upon which you live. This month you’ll want to begin or continue your practice, or try simply moving slowly and gracefully in a way that seems to bring energy up through your feet and legs and moves it upward and around your body. Paying attention to your hands can help with this. Imagine that they hold a ball of energy and move this around your body with slow graceful movements.

Dreamwork. June’s dream activity will be on the increase, as many of you are preparing for deeper spiritual engagement. Dreams can be a sign of astral activity or can be your guides and higher self, speaking directly to you. Pay attention to the feelings left as residual from your dreams. Begin a dream journal to chronicle the changes over time with your conscious connection to the dream world. If you haven’t already, try lucid dreaming.

Global change in June

A new emphasis worldwide on things that connect people. While the Haiti earthquake united people in a way that was unprecedented, we see the beginnings of worldwide events that have a similar harmonizing effect that will likely be less catastrophic in nature. These are things like dance contest winners, book or film phenomena, sports figures, and human-interest stories that touch people on a heart level.

Advancements in architecture. People are reshaping living spaces and how they associate with one another on a communal basis, which is played out through the structures within which they live.

Changes in animal rights. As you begin to re-recognize the connection among all living beings, this becomes evident in new laws and other discernible change in the treatment overall of animals.

Personal change in June

Again, this is a good time for beginnings as mentioned above. Take care with what you begin this month, as it will leave a trail for you to follow for the rest of the year. Again, as fulcrum of the year, this month is pivotal and crucial in forming want is coming next. If you feel fear or anxiety about this, try some of the above exercises to help you feel in the flow of this powerful energy. Remember though that it is a month of contrasts as well, and you may feel either or both of the ways previously described: you may experience this energy as either inward or outward, or a sometimes crazy-seeming combination of both. Gain, it is helpful to ground yourself into some of the activities mentioned above, as well as to connect more firmly to the community around you. This connection to others will play an increasingly important role as time goes on, so beginning activities that take you within the realm of others who you feel are like-minded is especially helpful this month.

When we mentioned beginnings, it is useful to remember that these can also be endings at the same time. New dream jobs mean the relinquishment of the old one. New relationships mean transition away from the comfortable and familiar. New projects can feel overwhelming and frightening. Allow yourself to move through the grieving process of whatever it is you are letting go of this month, and truly honor that letting-go by immersing yourself in it.

Other things to look for in June:

  • Changes in appearance. This may be the time for a hair cut or wardrobe style change. Think also about your body and especially about the image you present to the world around you. What is internal is becoming external — what do people see about you? Is there anything you wish to change about this? Step into this month’s energy and bring more of you out to play, even the parts you think others may not like. If you are confident about yourself, others will accept you.
  • Travel. You may be feeling as if you wish to “get away”, and this can be helpful. Remember that wherever you go, you take yourself with you. Reviewing yourself on an inner level can be easier in an unfamiliar atmosphere, but travel also lends itself to denial. Invite awareness as to where you are with this.
  • Injury and illness. Many of you will be granting yourselves time and space to do that looking-inward from a space of slowness and healing. This is not a bad thing and can invite much self-awareness. Be sure to give yourself ample time and space to complete the process.
  • Connections. Again, interpersonal connections are beginning to become paramount. Expect serendipitous meetings and connections with new people beginning this month, who will soon begin to reshape the landscape of who you spend your time with. Expect to spend some time thinking seriously about the people in your life and what energies you wish to carry with you into the future you are creating.

Again, the easiest way to ride the waves of June’s energy is to simply relax and allow things to occur as they will. Beginning a practice of mindfulness can help with this process. Meditation also supports a balanced way of looking at things. Allow this month of contrasts to be your friend, your ally in the Self you are allowing to unfold as well as the life you are creating now.

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All Is Choice: Finding empowerment

This channeling concerns a group question regarding the well known channeled phrase "All Is Choice".


You may have already noticed in thinking about the statement "All Is Choice" on a big picture, theoretical basis, it is not all that useful in a practical sense.  It can be comforting to have that as a basis or background, but the human mind finds it impossible to maintain a real connection to that idea when also faced with mundane, day to day activities.

In other words, when you pick up your coffee cup to take a sip, it is not that useful to you in that moment to imagine how that small action fits into the overall arc of your life as a projection of a soul. How does taking a sip of coffee serve you in the larger sense?  It's almost impossible to grasp that - and then the question arises: "how does the act of taking a sip of coffee affect me, either positively or negatively, in terms of the overall arc of my life?"   From that moment, from the human perspective, it's almost impossible to tell.

And so for some, a sense of "bullshit" can erupt from this.  The human mind invents reasons to stave away inner chaos.  The concept of "all is choice" can be used to push away feelings and to rationalize acts or feelings about acts in a way that's typically not very useful to a person. An intellectualolder soul can have strong feelings about an act, but step back to intellectualize under an "all is choice" motto in order to be "loving" and deny negative feelings.

While stepping back and becoming part of that larger perspective is part of the old soul experience, there's a not so fine line there. When that stepping back is done to create a denial of what's being felt in the present than that is not particularly useful.

Our suggestion about how any person can view their life in terms of choice in a way that's empowering would be to instead of looking at things at the macro level to look at the micro level and to connect emotion to every moment:


As I pick up my coffee cup to take a sip, what am I feeling?  Am I feeling energized?  Am I feeling frustrated?  Am I feeling hurried because I need to gulp down a whole cup of coffee before I leave for my day?  Am I feeling complacent?  Am I feeling bored?

That's only a small fraction of the kinds of feelings that someone can feel in the simple act of picking up coffee cup to take a sip.  The more you are present and aware of what you feel in a given moment, the more you will feel connected to your own empowerment regarding choice.

Choice within Simple Actions

Let's examine this more.  We will go back to the coffee cup analogy. In that act of picking up the coffee cup, you have all kinds of choices. Perhaps they might be in some ways dependent upon or connected to other factors. If you're in a hurry, then you might pick up the coffee cup in a certain forceful way. If your mind is engaged in something else and you reach out with a fumbling hand because you decide you want a sip of coffee while you're staring at your laptop screen, that's another way of being present in that moment.

A small word of caution: while it is possible to be mindful and aware of what you were feeling in every given moment, that again is not necessarily useful to the human experience. In other words, you can get anal about it: "I'm sitting in a chair.  What am I feeling now?  I'm leaning back a little.  What am I feeling now? I glance out the window.  What I am feeling now? ... "   And you can get caught up, lost in the midst of intellectualizing.  You would be trying to feel instead of allowing the feelings to be present. There's a balance.

Not everyone that we're speaking to can join in what's referred to as an "old soul perspective" of stepping back and becoming distant. And that's okay - it's not necessary in order to feel empowered in your own life or feel good about what's going on in the world.

When we are referring to empowerment in this instance, we mean feeling that you yourself have the ability to make changes in your life as you see fit.  The very first step in that is assessing where you are in a given moment.  This is why we talk about the micro level, or bringing in an element of mindfulness.

The most useful way to apply that concept is when you feel the "big feelings" - when you feel a fair amount of emotion.  That's when you rest in that and simply ask "what am I feeling?" from within your presence - from outside your intellect.  Allow the feeling to be there while you rest in it.

Question:  I recently had an experience where my child was misbehaving and getting very angry, screaming and not listening.  I felt a very strong impulse to spank him until he "behaved", but then I caught myself because I know that is very bad for him.  I guess my own childhood pain came out - I don't know.  But then I got very tense and pushed away the feelings, but I still noticed him being very frightened of me and seemingly feeling threatened.  I guess by stuffing away those violent feelings, I was also being unloving.  This relates to the nature of choice to me - both were fairly automatic.  Either I behave like my parents did to me or I try to repress and do the opposite, but somehow create a similar dynamic.  I didn't feel I had any other choice.

This situation is a moment of big emotion.  The parent, feeling all this welling up inside them, has a moment to create that change from how they themselves were treated as a child. So the parent can assess this, starting with the knowing of "I'm feeling this big emotion."

Realize first that immediate action is not necessary. In other words, following through with that spanking energy is not necessary.  Removing or changing the emotion is not necessary.  If there is a big emotion there then this is a time for the parent to sit with that emotion for a moment without taking action.  Allow it to be there.   The action arises from believing that the emotion can't be there.  It wants to move through and out.  Tensing is another way of saying that the emotion cannot be there - and it also communicates to the child that their own mirroring emotion should not be there.

Again, this is an invitation for the parent to truly be with that emotion without moving into action.  This "action" can be external or internal, such as tensing or rationalizing.  Understand that this moving into action is likely a pattern for that person that came from their own childhood (such as with the pattern of self destruction).  Whether or not they tense themselves and try to try to deter any tendencies that feel negative, or they go ahead and strike the child:  those are two opposites of the same spectrum of non-acceptance.  The trick them would be to simply sit with the emotion and to let it be there without taking action.

Once the parent does that, other perceptions begin to come up: realizations that this is a connection to my own life. Realizations that I don't need to perpetuate this with my child, that there are other choices available now that the need to push an experience away has dissolved.  Emotions are simply energy.  They are an experience.  From our perspective, all emotions are good emotions, as energy itself has no value judgments attached.  But people can feel disempowered by emotions when they have not been encouraged to actually feel them.  Surrendering to the experience of an emotion is a tremendously empowering act.

The child's experience is a little different.  A child is naturally feeling a little bit disempowered, especially in western cultures, because of the physical dynamic that already exists. In other words, they're a small person and surrounded by big people who make the rules, provide the structure and play the "authority figure". There's already an atmosphere of not feeling that they have a choice.  But also within the child is a beautiful invitation to create a sense of choice in the midst of what could feel like a disempowering situation. The choice is about feeling.   The child too has the impulse to take action:  Do I cower and cover my head?   Do I run away?  Do I try to smile to defuse the situation?  Those are all potential actions.  But the child too can simply be with the emotion.

A child naturally does this at a very early age, but in the western culture is largely educated away from this.  This is true in the modern world in many Eastern cultures as well. The role of "parental authority" is a factor in 90% of the cultures around your world now.

We can offer a practical exercise beyond the theoretical which we've already given you that can increase your ability to feel connected to the choices in your own life.  We've already talked about stepping back while feeling and allowing yourself to feel when a big emotion comes up.  Again, that's useful situation by situation as it comes up for you.

In order to assist, provide support and create a pattern of energy movement within you now that can become a foundation for you whenever those big emotions come up so that you can practice what we've already told you, we can offer this.

This exercise is best if done seated and your spine is relatively straight. If you are accustomed to a particular meditation posture this is a good opportunity to take a particular posture but it's not necessary; you can be seated in a chair. 

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Closing your eyes, take a deep breath and allow it to float out if you.  Take another deep breath, hold it for a moment and allow it too to float out if you.  As you release that breath, imagine your conscious awareness expanding.   Every time you breathe in and breathe out your awareness expands. In other words, rather than being tightly placed inside your head, perhaps, it moves to a space outside yourself. You can start with a space that extends about a foot away from your body.

Just as you breathe out, allow your breath to float into that space about a foot on all sides of your body and allow your awareness to extend to that distance.  It's especially important to bring your awareness up over your head to that distance.

Now you can imagine that your awareness has expanded to a place that's up above and slightly outside of your physical body. This causes you to have the sensation that your movements would be slower, more flowing than you are accustomed to.  You feel wiser, perhaps.

Understand that within the space you may also incorporate all your emotion world by stepping up and back and out just slightly. You have the opportunity to include an awareness of more of yourself than you are accustomed. Yet this is not a  place of overwhelm. This is where you can be with those big emotion's without being overwhelmed by them.


If the idea of choice and empowerment has been particularly troubling to you - in other words if at times in your life you have felt buffeted by the winds of chance - then we would suggest taking a few moments of each day to perform this exercise.  Understand that when those big emotions come up for you this is the place that you can rest in while you are allowing yourself to be present within those emotions. And when we say "be present with" we are not suggesting that you become detached from and intellectual about them.  But we are suggesting that from this space you can see them for what they are. You can allow them into you without creating a need for action.

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