When energies start to pick up momentum as powerfully as they have been, the mind tends to get extra-reactive, because it wants to survive and protect itself from the changes it knows are soon to follow.
The mind resists change, because it sees change as something that’s requiring it to give up what it’s always had.
Change is something the mind can greatly benefit from, and it will be on board with change once we let it know that it doesn’t have to give up anything it doesn’t want to give up.
What we are experiencing right now depends solely on where we choose to place our focus and attention.
When we are focusing on surface energies, we’ll probably find ourselves feeling fearful and stuck.
When we are focusing on what’s happening underneath the surface, that’s when deep and lasting healing begins to take place.
We have the opportunity to see many extremes now, both in our personal lives and on the global stage.
On a personal level, the highs may seem higher than ever one minute, and then all of a sudden we get triggered, and spiral into lows we thought we had overcome long ago.
The same thing is happening on the global stage as well. The thing about this intensity, is that it’s a precursor to the big changes that are unfolding now.
What is being asked of us right now is simply to become a witness, an observer.
When we are able to step out of a reactive space, one where we’ve been triggered by our surroundings and move into being an observer, we begin to see every experience as simply feedback, letting us know what we either do and do not resonate with.
Getting into observer mode immediately lessens the charge of whatever is causing our angst. From this space, when we do encounter extremes in our surroundings, it becomes much easier to remain centered and unbothered by it all.
As observers, we empower ourselves to remain centered through all situations (even challenging ones), so that we can fine-tune our knowing of what we do want to create more of.
love, k ❤