CONSCIOUS REMINDER: “7 Mysterious Ways Our Souls Communicate With Us”

Our souls are our gratitude. Our souls know what occurs in our hearts and understand what we truly seek in our lives. We can hide a lot of things from others, or even from ourselves, but we can’t hide such things from our souls.

Our souls try to establish communication with us and guide us. But, our souls speak through different means, and we have to be aware of those ways, in order to listen to our souls.

Here are the seven mysterious ways in which our souls communicate with us:

Synchronized events

In fact, there will be times when we are going to come across a few incidents which can appear random; but, when we connect the dots, we are going to see that these incidents are pointing to something different. These random events are going to add to only one event which we can realize later. Our souls will show us the bigger picture.

Repetition of letters or numbers

Numbers and letters are tools which we can use to communicate to communicate with each other. Our words are going to reveal everything we really want to say to other people. Our souls will use numbers, letters, and even words to communicate with us. Our souls often do this repeatedly. The repetition of these elements in our lives could indicate some kind of communication so that we have to open our eyes if we notice them constantly.

Gut feeling

Many people act on the basis of their instincts. Sometimes, we think about a specific thing, and we feel that our gut says something else. Our souls are connected with our true nature. Our souls understand our necessities, and know what bothers us or please us. Therefore, our souls speak out when we doubt something. We may think that it is a gut feeling, instinct, or vibe, but often, it will be our souls that are trying to communicate with us.

Visions

There will be times when our dreams are going to be the thing that is going to reveal what our souls want to say. Instead, our visions will be. This may appear in the form of a thought, premonition, or just a glimpse which we can easily ignore. We have to remember that visions and dreams are different things, as visions may happen during meditation, thinking, or when we are agitated. We need to be careful and pay attention to our visions.

The feeling of something odd or strange being present

Oftentimes, we are going to come face to face with the feeling of something wrong or odd being present, or we will feel like something is missing in our lives. We can’t even figure out such things instantly. But, this feeling was created by our souls in order to direct us towards something that we need in our lives. Our souls are going to speak out when they feel that they have to. We have to pay more attention so that we will always find the needed direction in our lives.

Anxiousness

Anxiousness is not always going to be fully psychological. It is not always going to appear as a result of stress and tension. There will be times when our anxiety is going to appear because of our souls warning us against something which was planning to do. They are going to warn us through negative feelings present inside us, and we are going to cancel our plans, in order to act better.

Animals

Our souls may speak to us through birds or some other animals, even though it is a true mystery of how they do that. For example, it may happen that we continuously see crows, which is going to make us feel strange about a particular situation. This may actually mean that our souls are trying to tell us that there will be impending problems on our ways; however, we can ignore the sign, only at our own risk.

 

~via ConsciousReminder.com

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SUE MAISANO: “How To Daydream and Achieve Your Goals”

“Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.”

~Albert Einstein

 

Daydreaming is like meditation or hypnosis except for that it is more effortless and natural. Done properly, daydreaming can be very effective in helping us achieve our goals.

Your mind and body already know how to get into the zone of daydreaming because you had been doing it unconsciously all the time.

Perhaps when you are driving, the lengthy, repetitive and boring activity sends your mind to a space of peacefulness, or what seems like to be void and silent. With this quieting of the mind, you wander away from daily mundane and goes on a mental exploration. In other words, you started to daydream.

Everybody daydreams, it is human nature.

I had a daydream 15 years ago.

How could I remember a random daydream that long ago you ask? Well, the daydream I had seemed too foolish to me at the time, so it stood out and stuck with me. I remember I had to stop myself on the tracks and put on a mental break to get myself out of the daydream.

As a frustrated Chinese college student who wanted to come to America, I had a lot of worries, one of which was relationship. I didn’t have any relationship problems per se actually, because I had no one to have a relationship with, aka I was a desperate single.

One day as I was randomly strolling the campus on the walkway my mind slips away. Admit this light, glowing and pleasant feeling, I thought maybe I would marry an American guy one day and have a bunch of cute mixes.

I was not sure if I initiated the thought or the thought found me. I felt that the latter was more appropriate. The thought was soft and gentle, and it brought pleasant sensations. I was free from everyday struggles for a few brief seconds while I was bathed in the daydream.

Then my logical thinking kicked in. My inner voice said this was not possible so stop thinking like this and fool yourself. I brought myself out of the daydream by deciding to focus on something more “practical”.

Nevertheless, that daydream was realized years later, against all odds.

Many inventions, scientific breakthroughs and writings were conceived in the daydream like state.

Einstein came up with the Special Theory of Relativity in daydreams. His saying that “Imagination is more important than knowledge” further testifies the importance of imagination and daydreaming.

Edison kept a small bed in his office where he daydreamed about his next inventions. If not for his immense creativity the world might still be a “dark” place.

And as your mind and body grow accustomed to a certain amount of sleep each night — six hours, seven, maybe the recommended eight — so can you train your waking mind to sleep creatively and work out the vividly imagined waking dreams which are successful works of fiction.”

You see, great minds recognize the importance of imagination and daydream to bring out creativity as well as accomplish personal goals.

How to use daydreaming to reach your goals?

Daydreaming is a state of being that we naturally go through each day. You can choose to purposefully daydream and raise your vibrations. When you daydream, you somewhat detach from the physical and access higher planes where energies can manifest into physical existence. You start to tap into the source where physical realities spring from. In other words, you become more creative.

Practicing entering the daydream space purposefully will help you draw closer what you desire. Here are a few steps to help you initiate and deepen your daydream abilities:

1. Find a quiet space.

Daydreaming is a type of “dream” so treat it like a dream. When you go to sleep each night, you put on your soft pajamas, retreat to your bed, cover yourself with warm blankets, and turn off the light. You close your eyes and side aside the day’s happenings.

You drop deeper and deeper into sleep where dreams may occur. You do it at each night at around the same time, same place, same procedures that it’s almost like a ritual. Similarly, with a daydream you need a quiet space, especially a quiet mental space where you can safely set aside the daily mundane.

Find a time and place where you won’t be constantly interrupted. Maybe take a short walk in the woods or on a trail. Maybe use the mental space in the soothing shower in the morning. Maybe it’s a place in your house where you feel comfortable for your daily daydreaming. Wouldn’t be a bad idea to daydream first when you go to bed each night.

2. Let go of logical thinking.

Sometimes you dream of your deceased relatives, but in that dream it may not occur to you that your relative had already passed. Sometimes in your dream you have a completely different identity than what you are in your waking hours. However, the dream self does not question its own validity.

It’s because your logical thinking is in suspension when you are in a dream. You are free from your logical restrictions. Your imagination grows wings when you dream. Similarly, when you daydream, suspend your logical thinking. Einstein said: “Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.”

If your logical thinking is interfering with your daydream you certainly are restricted and won’t be able to access the Universal energy with unlimited potential. In fact, you won’t even be able to daydream if you cannot let go of your logical thinking for even a brief moment.

Of course that is not to deny the power of your logical thinking at other times. What you need to practice on is to let go of logical thinking when you intent to do so. It’s a mental discipline to direct your will.

3. Let go of expectations.

After your daydream, carry out your daily activities as if nothing had happened. Don’t become obsessed with what you daydreamed about. When you do the actual daydreaming, you are delivering your message to the Universe. The Universe is always hearing and responding, and it initiates motion, which may not be visible on the physical plane, towards manifestations of your dream.

Let go of expectations is to allow it to happen and is perhaps the hardest part of bringing your daydream to reality. For everything we do we tend to cast our bet, our preferences of how things should go. If things go our way we are happy, if things are going against us we are worried. Our emotions are greatly controlled by what’s happening outside of us. We truly become a victim with no control.

We entangle ourselves in the process of creation and block the process of manifestation. What we are doing is to compare the outside happenings with what we hold in our expectations and we see this discrepancy. We then mess the process of creation with our negative emotions, further pushing our dream reality away from us.

It’s a downward spiral. With letting go of expectations we lose the comparison. Then the outside happenings become neither good nor bad because we don’t cast our bets, our preferences. This level of letting go allows the Universal energy to proceed naturally without any restrictions.

Then all of a sudden, when you are least expecting it your dream become a reality in a magical way! By then you might have already forgot that once you daydreamed about it. Such is the beauty of letting go of expectations.

Now you have it, three steps to bring your daydream to reality. Find a quiet space, let go of logical thinking, and let go of expectation. Which one do you think is the easiest? Which one do you think is the hardest part? Can you let go, even just a little bit? What are you daydreaming today?

 

~via ConsciousReminder.com

MATEO SOL: “12 Signs You’ve Lost Your Authenticity and Are ‘Selling Out'”

Authenticity is a big buzzword these days.

“Be more authentic,” “honor your authenticity,” “find your authentic self” — we hear these phrases scattered all over the internet and spoken about everywhere.

But what does being authentic mean? And most importantly, how can we tell when we’re being inauthentic — also known as “selling out”?

What is Authenticity?

Authenticity is the state of simply being yourself, listening to who you really are, and making decisions that align with your beliefs and values. Authenticity at its core is about deeply accepting all that is ‘you’ and honoring it above ALL else.

What is Inauthenticity (i.e. Selling Out)?

Inauthenticity, on the other hand, is about placing external things above your genuine values, needs, dreams, and artistic vision. When we ‘sell ourselves out’ we are essentially placing all of the most important parts of ourselves up for auction. Instead of making decisions based on our genuine beliefs, values, and personal style, we make decisions based on how much money, attention, fame, or acceptance we will gain from other people.

Examples of Authenticity vs. Inauthenticity

Sometimes reading examples helps to flesh out abstract concepts like authenticity. Here are a few examples taken from real life:

An artist has been contacted by a large publishing agency. They would like to mass produce her art but on the one condition that she change the titles and descriptions. Deep down, the artist knows that the titles and descriptions of her art are intrinsic to her work. She refuses the publishing agencies offer. She has made an authentic choice.

A father sees how gifted at writing his teenage son is. But instead of encouraging his son to pursue a career in writing, the father pressures his son to study business and accounting because it is the “safe” choice. The son then dutifully studies business and accounting in university. Both father and son have made inauthentic decisions.

A life coach who specializes in online mentoring wants to grow her business. In order to get more clients, she focuses solely on what is trendy and popular and writes/talks about those topics. She begins to lose touch with her original vision. She has become inauthentic.

A company is pressured by investors and shareholders to change its philosophy in order to be more “hip,” appeal to the new generation and make more profit. The company refuses to compromise their philosophy. They have made an authentic decision.

12 Signs You’ve Lost Your Authenticity and Are Selling Out

We are not perfect people. Perfection is an illusion. Therefore, it is guaranteed that at some point in your life, you will make an inauthentic decision that compromises your values, vision, or beliefs. It’s just part of being human!

Although we can’t be perfect, we can strive to be more conscious. Self-awareness and honesty are the two key qualities we need to prevent ourselves from slipping into bad choices.

If you’re concerned that you might be “selling out,” read the signs below. They will help to either confirm or challenge your feelings:

  • Your top priority is making bucket loads of money

  • You’re obsessed with getting new followers, fans or subscribers (e.g. on social media)

  • You let others make decisions for you

  • You let others dictate who you are + who you ‘should’ be

  • You follow the crowd and do what everyone else is doing

  • You always follow trends even if they don’t make sense to you

  • You reveal only what makes you look good

  • You copy other people and their style/lifestyle

  • You ignore your gut feelings and intuition

  • You wear a mask around others
    You’re scared to be vulnerable and express your true feelings, thoughts, or values (which may be unpopular)

  • You make decisions based on how much attention, fame, money or acceptance you’ll receive rather than your genuine beliefs, values, or vision

Take a few thoughtful moments to make a serious assessment of the list above. Evaluate each point with an honest heart.

How many can you relate to?

How to Stop Selling Out

 

“Authenticity is the daily practice of letting go of who we think we’re supposed to be and embracing who we are.”

~B. Brown

 

I want to make a clear distinction here. There is a difference between selling yourself and selling out.

Selling yourself, in business and career fields, is about highlighting your genuine strengths and gifts, and offering those to the world. Selling out, on the other hand, is about compromising your personal integrity and letting external things drive you instead of internal qualities.

Also, not everyone has the liberty of making authentic decisions — but I want to emphasize that these situations are literally survival situations. For example, if a small business owner from an impoverished country was approached by a wealthy businessman who wanted to invest in and change his company, do you think it would be smart to decline? In certain environments and situations, making choices that go against our creative vision is essential in order to survive. But if you’re blessed to live in more fortunate circumstances where you’re not literally faced with starvation or anything else equally serious, then making authentic decisions is an intelligent way to live life.

Why is being authentic intelligent? Because you are listening to your heart and nurturing your soul. Money, fame, adoration, and approval from others will quench your ego’s need for safety and control — but that only lasts for so long. Soon, you will be left with a big, empty, gaping hole inside. The true joy, inner peace, and fulfillment come when you are living your truth and putting your essence out into the world.

So how do you let your essence — your passions, perspectives, and values — guide you? Here are some ideas; many of which I have discovered across my own authenticity journey:

1. Pay attention to how the decisions you make feel physically. Do you feel uncomfortable, heavy or dark sensations? Or does your body feel light and energized? Unlike the mind, the body cannot lie. Your body is the best lie detector out there. If you are about to make a decision that does not align with your values, your body will immediately feel and express that. Pay attention to warning signs such as heaviness in the heart area, tensed muscles, lightheadedness, cold shivers, and even physical cringing. Your physical warning signs will be unique to you (and can’t all be listed here), so search for them diligently.

2. Get your priorities straight. At the end of the day, what will TRULY fulfill you? Think about this question very carefully. Will you ultimately be happy with truckloads of followers, clients, money, or a lavish lifestyle, without feeling like you’ve stayed true to yourself? Money is important, don’t get me wrong. But how much money do you actually need in order to be happy and feel fulfilled? You might also like to explore what your main driving forces are: are you driven by power, success, fame, wealth or your individual and unique style, talents, passions, visions, and desires to make an impact? Focus on nailing down your main motivating force and ask yourself, “Is this healthy? Is this aligned with who I truly am?”

3. Explore inauthentic areas in your life. Intentionally carve out time and space to assess your life – that might even mean just sitting here as you’re reading this article and doing a bit of quiet reflecting. Think about areas in your life that you’re unhappy with. Have you lost your authentic voice in that area … or is the issue something else altogether? This process takes honesty. Write down every choice, commitment, and behavior that feels out of alignment with your deepest passions, perspectives, and values.

4. Make the hard choices. Once you’ve identified the inauthentic areas of your life, it’s time to act. You will need to carve out a plan — possibly multiple plans — to regain a sense of personal integrity. Ask yourself questions such as, “What must absolutely go and what can stay?” “What is true to me and what is false?” “What options do I have?” “What is the potential loss and gain in this situation?” “What is the best scenario and worst scenario?” “What is my plan A and plan B?” “What am I clinging to for dear life?” Use a tool like journaling to help you get out your thoughts, feelings, and plans in a coherent, organized, and structured way.

5. Integrate the experience with self-compassion. Once you have made the necessary change, it’s time for reflection. How did it feel to make such big (or small) changes? What parts of you felt threatened? What did you find it easy to let go of and difficult to surrender? How does it feel to walk your own genuine path? How can you avoid making inauthentic decisions in the future? These are all the kind of vital questions you’ll benefit from asking and exploring. Most importantly, integration is about accepting our humanness and all the frailty that comes along with it. Embrace your mistakes, forgive yourself, and let your hard-earned lessons make you stronger and wiser.

In this loud, confusing, and overwhelming world, it can be easy to slip into the role of selling out your integrity and authenticity to gain power, fame, or money. We are bombarded with messages from the media, social media, our colleagues, and even our friends and family members to be anything other than what we are. But in order to live fulfilled and soul-driven lives, we need to put a firm foot down. We need to learn when to say “no” and forcefully draw the line and protect our integrity.

I hope this article has inspired you to preserve your artistic vision, inner values, or deeply held passions. What makes life beautiful is how unique and varied it is. I hope you share your own unique flavor of authenticity with the world!

What is your experience with selling out? Do you have any tips to share surrounding integrity and authenticity?

Finally, I’ll leave you with a final quote. Tell me in the comments, do you agree or disagree with this statement below?

“It is better to be hated for what you are than to be loved for what you are not.”

~Andre Gide

 

~via WakeUp-World.com

NEZEL PADAYHAG: “5 Tools You Need To Make Your Dreams Come True — Despite Having A Strong Will”

Ascension Avatar note: You may take this as haughty, but I always get what I want in life… always have. I don’t ‘do’ anything except KNOW how it’s going to be… and that’s that!

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We all know that in order to make your dreams come true the essential, necessary ingredient is a strong will. But it’s not that simple after all. It’s not just will that you need, and you can’t make your dreams come true just by thinking about them.

If making your dreams come true was that easy, everybody would have been living their dream by now.

To have a dream and a strong will is the easy part but moving forward is where the go getters rise above the ‘dreamers’.

Even if you have all the talents and all the predispositions you need it’s not a clear way to fulfilling your dreams. Probably the most important thing, even more important, or at least equally important as a strong will, is to have the right mindset and the right tools in hand.

First and foremost, you need to know what your dream is. Second, you have to believe that you have the full capability to fulfill your dreams and have a strong will to do that. Third, you need the right tools in chasing those dreams. If you have these three, then you’re good to go. Here are the 5 tools that will help you on your journey!

If You Want To Make Your Dreams Come True You Need These 5 Tools:

1. The right intentions.

Dreams that aren’t founded on the right intentions are bound to be swayed by the ego and feelings of not having enough. Setting the right intentions connects you to the sacred place within you that already embodies the states you wish for yourself.

Your intentions should be based on the reasons behind your dreams. Once you have set the right intentions, you will be guided to act in accordance with your profound values as you pursue your dreams.

2. A clear list of your dreams and intentions.

Your dreams become tangible when you put it on paper. By writing it down, you will have a clearer picture of the things you want to have or want to become.

This releases your dreams from your heart, which means you’re ready to face them and work for them in the real world.

Once you have made your list, read them before bed at night and after you wake up, trusting fully that they’re being released to the field of pure potentiality and will happen in accordance to divine timing.

3. A vision board.

If you haven’t created one yet, vision boards do help a lot. First, vision boards can entice you to visualize your dreams throughout the day if you see them often. Second, your dreams will likely come into reality when you have created a sacred space for them.

The fact that you intend the vision boards to bring whatever is on it to life will set everything in motion.

You don’t have to be super creative to make an amazing vision board. Just focus on the things you want including the feelings you want to feel.

You can check out on the internet for the best vision boards samples.

4. An accountability partner.

Sharing your dreams with someone you trust makes them more real and attainable.

Seek out an accountability partner whom you know will give you encouragement and knows how to cheer you up when the going gets tough.

Most often these people are your loved ones who are always supportive of all your undertakings.

People who already have what you want are the best mentors too. They’ll likely help you if you’re bold enough to ask them.

5. A visualization practice.

The best time to practice visualization is before going to bed because your unconscious mind will do its magnificent work while you’re asleep.

Begin by asking what you want then let the emotions flow having an imagery of yourself already fulfilling your dreams. Involve all the five senses: see it, touch it, smell it, hear it, and taste it.

Do this practice every night or even during the day when you feel like doing it.

Remember, what you focus on, expands.

 

~via LifeCoachCode.com

SOUL TRAVEL RULES: “Top 10 Signs You’re Telepathic”

Signs you’re telepathic can be obvious. If you’ve ever been able to transmit, know, or manipulate thoughts with only the use of your mind, then you may be telepathic. So, keep reading and see which signs relate to you.

People think of telepathy as being an isolated skill or a difficult and rare ability which is unreachable by the average folk. This in not true. Telepathy is present in each one of us, at least to a certain degree.

For example, when you meet a new friend or partner, you first connect with this person at an energetic level. People enter your aura even before you meet them physically.If you pay more attention to your thoughts during the day and study your dreams after each night, then you’ll sense what your dreaming self has prepared for you to experience in your physical life.

Think of your life like a beautiful theatrical play. Firstly, this play kicks off in your dreams, as you decide to have certain experiences based on your beliefs and expectations. In your physical life, you’ll notice a delay between your initial thought and the time it takes to become a real event.

Secondly, you have free will. If you learn to observe yourself in your daily life, your “Play” becomes more apparent. You discover that your learning essential abilities and solving vital problems. All of these events are for your learning purposes, designed by your inner or dreaming self to guide and expand your metaphysical abilities.

Now, telepathy has a great role to play in all of this. People you meet in your future are first contacted telepathically by your inner self. To some degree you make friends with those who have many similarities with you .Those similarities are transmitted telepathically and energetically, first and foremost.

What causes telepathy?

Telepathy is the ability to communicate information using your mind. Information is transmitted from one mind to another using means other than then your well-known perceptual senses. Telepathy ranges from the basic reading of minds to more intense power, such as implanting or disrupting thoughts in other people’s minds. There’s no one-size-fits-all reason as to why someone becomes a telepath.

But there are a few common ones. For example, there are those who are simply born with a sense of knowing. These people talk about seeing spirits and various other apparitions. But they tend to suppress their abilities as children and often lose it as adults. Alternatively, a life-changing event may open them up to being telepathic and exploring their gift even further.

Also, there are times when a near-death experience or serious accident can also open someone up and cause a telepathic awakening. And in a some cases, hypnosis or healing sessions can help a sixth sense to awaken. Such sessions help with getting energy flowing and causing a shift in awareness and consciousness.

These signs you’re telepathic might help you gain more clarity and control.

I know it can be a confusing and scary time if you’re experiencing a surge in you telepathic abilities. I want to help sooth your worries.

For that reason, I wrote 10 common signs to help you gain some clarity. I hope you find them useful on your amazing journey.

1. You experience tingling sensations.

You begin developing your third eye area the space between your eyebrows in your Chakra system. This happens for one of two reasons: either your Chakras are opening up or you are picking up specific energy signals.The tingling sensation can be highly evident during the developmental stages, but it’s harmless and eventually subsides.

2. Your connection to spirit surges.

You feel a stronger connection to the spirit world. It’s becomes increasingly easier for you to sense a presence. Whether its your loved one’s or someone elses’ loved ones. Mediumship tends to be a natural progression for those following a telepathic awakening.

3. You want to avoid negativity.

You find you’re picking up on other people’s emotions and feeling really easily. This gift is referred to as being an Empath. It comes about when your sensitivity levels increase. Also, you’ll find that being surrounded by dramatic, negative people drains you. You should honor your feelings and stay away from toxic and negative people when you can.

4. You want healthy and nourishing foods.

If you’re suddenly pushing aside the double burger and reaching for a salad it could mean you’re becoming more intuitive and beginning to vibrate at a higher frequency. So even without realizing it, you may be reaching for higher vibrational foods like fruit and vegetables. These types of foods prevent you being weighed down and help to keep vibrations light.

5. You want to read and learn more about spirituality.

If you’re becoming telepathic, then you’ll likely develop an appetite to learn. As you begin opening up and shedding your old skins, you remember the light of your soul and find that you desire to read up spiritual development surges, as you prepare to embark on you growth, transformation, and evolution.

6. You have frequent vivid dreams that give more signs you’re telepathic.

If your dreams become more frequent, and particularly vivid, then it’s another sign telepathic abilities are rising. When you sleep there is no resistance and your mind doesn’t interfere with what you intuitively receive. And as you open up, it becomes easier to reach higher levels of consciousness like a dream state. Start keeping a dream journal next to your bed. You’ll find it incredibly helpful.

7. You experience heightened sensitivity of your telepathic senses.

If you feel that your sense of hearing have heightened, or you see twinkles of light or a “something” just out of the corner of your eye, it means your telepathic senses are opening up and strengthening. This is a progressive and completely normal part of the telepathic process.

8. You receive intuitive hits.

Do you often sense something’s about to happen? Or you receive a type of third eye vision?

Some people find this type of intuition frightening and others find it exciting. If you feel afraid, set the intention that you won’t receive scary messages or visions or that you won’t receive intuitive hits, if there’s not much you can do about a situation.

Spirit guides honor such requests from us. Unfortunately, if you set your intention to this, you’ll be hindering your telepathic abilities. It is better to believe 100% in your psychic abilities and embrace them, only then can you improve your talents.

When you try to achieve any task, you must never doubt yourself. In telepathy this is particularly correct, since disbelievers are barely ever capable of uncovering their telepathic talents.

9. You get recurring headaches.

Although awful, the headaches are common and their cause is an influx of energy. If you want to try to combat the headaches, try soaking your feet in warm water. It will help you ground the energy and carries it away from your head.

Adding essential oils or Epsom salts to the water are a great way to relax further. If you feel you should, consult a doctor to ensure there aren’t any underlying causes.

10. You begin to lose old friends and make new ones.

If you’re on the path to a telepathic awakening, it’s an exciting one. Your soul is about to grow tremendously and with that you may find yourself outgrowing certain friends, and some things that you used to find important no longer are. Just go with it. The universe will put new people in your path. You just need to continue to trust.

Conclusion

When you first experience telepathy, the territory is likely to feel unfamiliar and strange. These feelings are entirely normal. You have nothing to fear. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. The time is ripe for your growth and evolution. Your excitement should be elevated and your awareness amplified.

The truth is you can continue the development of your telepathic gifts by accepting them and allowing them to take their natural course. The points I mentioned above may resonate with you. If so, I suggest you continue nurturing your gift and see where it takes you as a telepath.

As always, thank you for reading. If you feel this post would be helpful and useful to your friends and family, then remember to share it with them too.

 

~via SoulTravelRules.com