To be fully conscious means that you never act unconsciously
January 27, 2013 by John Smallman
The major energy shift that occurred in December requires each one of you to make adjustments in your individual energy fields, so that they can engage fully with the divine energy field encircling and embracing you and the planet, and unless you have made an extremely conscious intent not to allow change to occur, this will happen automatically. As your energy fields adjust, you can expect to experience some strange sensations and mood swings. This is normal. You are going through a gradual process of raising your frequency to a level at which it can align and interact with that of the divine energy field, and it is these adjustments that you are feeling. These sensations are a very good sign. They indicate that you are furthering your preparations to move into a fully conscious and fully awakened state.
Many of you have commented on the sensations that you are undergoing, some of which are not very pleasant. It is basically a facing-up-to and a releasing of any unloving aspects of yourselves that have been dwelling within you well below the level of your conscious awareness. It is likely that, from time to time, they have taken control of you when you reacted to a situation, seemingly driven uncontrollably by powerful emotions that just arose with unaccustomed, unexpected, and possibly inappropriate ferocity. And afterwards you may well have wondered what on earth had happened. You were well aware that you had been upset, but your reaction was way beyond normal or reasonable; it was as though a demon had pushed you aside and taken control. In your fully conscious state that cannot happen, because to be fully conscious means that you never act or behave unconsciously. And in your previously almost unconscious state you might not even have noticed that something untoward was occurring because it would have appeared to be normal. Now “normal” is no longer acceptable to you, and that is a sign of enormous progress. Congratulations!
Releasing all these hidden “demons” is a little like installing a new operating system on your computer. It takes time and concentration, and involves a load of new learning to enable you to restore your competence and efficiency. Or you could compare it to ironing sheets or tablecloths that have emerged from the laundry and that cannot be used until all the wrinkles have been smoothed away. You are effectively removing all your blocks and denials by replacing or upgrading your OS, or smoothing away all the inconsistencies in your attitudes and behaviors. As this process continues you will find that your awareness of your ego’s attempts to control you and run your lives will be much more apparent to you. You will be far less likely to react rapidly and thoughtlessly, and consequently, repenting at leisure will take up less of your time. Be glad that all this stuff is arising in your awareness, because when you have awareness you have all the tools you need to deal with any situation that comes up.