There is nothing wrong with trying new things as long as it’s not triggering anxiety. If you’re trying something way out of your comfort zone. You might want to evaluate if it’s just the learning curve or if there financial risk that’s associated with it.
If you already have the foundation in place that’s one thing. If you don’t have any of the skill sets and its unfamiliar territory. Maybe its time to take a step back and not venture into this venture.
Trying new things should never cause severe anxiety attacks. If it does your not on the right track. Always listen to your inner guidance. It’s there for a reason. New things, should give you excitement or a calmness. These are internal gauges to know if your just spreading your wings a bit.
The advice from many books about, how if you don’t understand something. Don’t invest in it is a very wise one. If your going to try something out of your comfort zone, do it in baby steps. This way with each step you are building your confidence and not jumping off a cliff. There are so many ways we each can grow as a person each day. This growth can come in learning, reading or experiencing something new.
Make a list and mark it one through ten. One being easy or in your personal comfort zone. Ten being a bit of a stretch for you. The tenth one might be broken down into bite size pieces until can accomplish it with ease.
It never fails that I get a call whenever I have down time. It wasn’t that long ago, that I decided to get more training. I had found mentors for my psychic medium gifts and how to handle ghosts. I had some pretty incredible experiences when I started my formal hands on healing classes. As time went on though, I got more challenging calls for help.
I felt it best to enroll in my MS in parapsychic science. I was encountering calls for help with possession and entity attachments and demonic entities. These were experiences that I never dreamed I’d face. To say I was less than thrilled would be an understatement. I viewed these experiences as very dangerous and not things that I wanted to face without proper training. When I told the school about the experiences that I was facing and training I was seeking.
This would eventually explain why I had a Shaman as one of my spirit guides. I remember thinking to myself, I don’t want to really learn shamanism. It turned out I was already learning the ways of a shaman all along. This brings in the healing element to the soul and spirit. Even the messages from my guides about how healers were not necessarily shamans. This is why I had the five guides. I have seen my guides put on war paint when time called for it. This journey has been a very growing experience. I can’t say that there haven’t been times when I was afraid and wanted to just walk away.
When your on this path, you can run but you can’t hide! Every time I’ve done my work with spirit. I’ve felt so over whelmed with emotion that words can’t even describe. It’s not about judging something or someone as good or evil. It is just about allowing things to just be! As I’m typing this I am having tears of emotion falling down my cheek. It is a healing experience for all involved. This is not a time for ego, ego has no place here.
In the most recent weeks, I’ve noticed a lack of appetite. Many of you might have either experienced this sooner or it might be just starting for some of you. I was shown that our physical bodies would change into a body of light. At the time, I wasn’t sure of the time line on this.
I’m still fuzzy on when this change will exactly occur. I am beginning to suspect that it might be getting closer. It will depend on where you are exactly in your life. This is not a religious thing. It is a growth thing.
It is about becoming more comfortable with who you are. What do I mean by that? It means not constantly worrying about changing other people. It’s about letting people be who they are. That does not mean being a door mat and having your rights trampled. It means standing up for your rights and not shoving your beliefs down other people’s throats.
It will be very interesting to see if we even need to consume anything in our new bodies.
All of us have goals or things that we want to do some day? It’s those moments, that you finally achieve them and are really happy or you come to the realization that what was all the Hoop La about? It might be because we realize we were really chasing someone else’s dream for acceptance. When you really own your victories, it lets you know that other thing are within reach as well.
In some cases that bucket list is starting to get whittled away at. It’s like looking at a Rolodex of our life and gauging where we’re at and how far we’ve come and how far we’ve yet to go. Sometimes its a feeling that we are finally ready for one of those things on our list that never quite felt right before now. The Universe, can also be a pain in the ass too. Where nothing seems to line up to allow you to take the next step to complete the final piece of the task.
The nice part about these victories is that they’re yours. No one can ever take them away from you! It’s not about people pleasing. It’s about testing and pleasing yourself for your personal growth as a person. Sometimes we like what we’ve become and other times not so much. We are almost like our own person clay. We can always recreate ourselves and change what we don’t like. Whether it be ourselves, home, lives, career or friends.
We are either a completed piece of art or a work in progress depending on how we choose to look at ourselves!