ERIC RAINES: “Lessons in Everything”

“Even in the darkest of times, there are always lessons, even if that lesson is as simple as you now have a concrete example of what you will never create in your life again.”

~Eric Raines

 

There are lessons in everything. Everything.

Many feel that learning is only for school, hobbies or work and end up completely missing the vast wealth of information readily available to them through simple observation through a few critical lenses.

If we recognize this one simple fact, the path into enlightenment and flow becomes much easier to intuit: As you move towards your end goal, be that internal or external, whatever you are carrying that is keeping you from that result will show itself as an obstacle or an emotion getting in the way.

Many see this as, “Everytime I try to achieve or do _____________ , then I always end up experiencing _____________ . It never works out the way I intend.”

Instead of fighting for the end goal, simply shift the perspective into what is floating up to the surface as an obstacle.

Is it an emotion? Is it a specific person or people? Is it an internal trend? Is it a negative or doubtful perspective?

What is keeping you from achieving or feeling what you truly wish? In order to achieve the end result, attention must be brought into the blockage and space for transmutation must be held in order to truly release the pattern from your genetic, energetic field, mental awareness and muscle memory.

Even in the darkest of times, there are always lessons, even if that lesson is as simple as you now have a concrete example of what you will never create in your life again.

Keeping a space of your consciousness observing and watching your thoughts and feelings as you move through interactions, situations and reality will show so many aspects of understanding, so many lessons in reality, that decoding these lessons will become automatic.

Instead of failing, you will step into learning, because there is only one path in Mastery. Either succeeding, or learning. Failure becomes a tool of the dark ages, relegated into the dustbins of antiquity where it belongs.

 

~via Unleashing Natural Humanity

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ERIC RAINES: “Ascension Symptoms”

“Let us then observe these symptoms as nothing more than dense energy flushing out of the body as the frequency rises into more open, flowing, softer energies. Almost like sand bags in a hot air balloon. As we rise up, anything trapped inside of the muscle memory anchoring energy opposite of this lifting, clean feeling begins to become obvious as it tries to drag back down into heavy density. A decent example would be rocks in the ocean, eventually they are broken down into sand. As the body’s frequency skyrockets, all heavy things stuck in that system force their way out almost as if in response to a Cosmic gravity.”

~Eric Raines

 

The Herxheimer reaction is a handy bit of knowledge that anyone on the awakening/self healing path will find great benefit by understanding

Basically, as you purge toxins from the body, whether they be physical toxins, emotional stagnancy, trauma or dead chi, you will often times feel the effect of the toxin being released.

Many recognize as they achieve a higher level of vibrational frequency that often times they begin to notice body pain, emotional instability and discomfort.

Often times, they call these discomforts “Ascension Symptoms”.

There is quite a bit of information behind “high vibration” and “low vibration” that needs to be understood in order to recognize how this energy works, but more importantly, what we can do to make “Ascension Symptoms” disappear. I do a full breakdown here, I recommend reading the article before proceeding or it might not make sense.

https://www.unleashingnaturalhumanity.com/single-post/2018/12/22/What-does-it-mean-to-raise-your-vibration

Let us then observe these symptoms as nothing more than dense energy flushing out of the body as the frequency rises into more open, flowing, softer energies. Almost like sand bags in a hot air balloon.

As we rise up, anything trapped inside of the muscle memory anchoring energy opposite of this lifting, clean feeling begins to become obvious as it tries to drag back down into heavy density. It feels painful, tense, anxious or just plain heavy, like a piece of you is suddenly 4x heavier than the rest of you.

Trauma cannot exist in a light, joyous, open and free flowing system. A decent example would be rocks in the ocean, eventually they are broken down into sand. As the body’s frequency skyrockets, all heavy things stuck in that system force their way out almost as if in response to a Cosmic gravity.

Anything holding tension is forced to stretch without warning as it violently purges. Think along the lines of a muscle stretched to is breaking point without warming it up beforehand.

This can be traumatic in and of itself, yet the same process with a gently warmed up muscle, exercised and stretched, can bring life changing results as the trauma has a pathway of relaxation to flush through.

In order to make “Ascension Symptoms” a term of the past, we need to take the proactive role in our ascension. We cannot wait for that burst of epiphany and connection that spontaneously raises our conscious frequency. We have to go about consciously creating this.

We have to go about consciously flushing the trauma, ancestral programs and rotten energy in a safe, purposeful way. The wild bursts of conscious awareness will still occur, but instead of it being centered on releasing all the density you cannot take with you to the next level, you will be able to explore the new range of awareness the way it is meant to be explored.

With wonder. Awe. Joy, gratitude and Love Love Love.

#LeadtoGold

 

~via Unleashing Natural Humanity

ERIC RAINES: “Embodying the Soul Level”

“The more we grow our passions, follow our excitement, cleanse our Shadows, practice empathy and compassion, create and shine energies of light, forgive ourselves and those around us, evolve, grow and love, the more we embody the Soul level.”

~Eric Raines

 

When we look at the skills and abilities demonstrated by men and women further along the path of awakening than we are, often times we see the ability as the end goal…the prize at the end of the path.

What if I told you that these are nothing more than symptoms of an expanded awareness? What if these abilities are nothing more than a Soul filling its Temple like water filling a vessel?

As the Soul grows into more embodied awareness (Soul consciousness in logical connection to the brain) as the individual progresses in the awakening path, it is able to interact on the spirit level in a much deeper synergy to physical reality.

The Soul is the construct of reality. As it becomes stronger inside of physical reality, opinion, feeling, intention and activation of focus sway reality on a physical level as it echoes through the embodied soul.

These super cool abilities are nothing more than symptoms of the consciousness growing fully into the Temple of the body.

The more we grow our passions, follow our excitement, cleanse our Shadows, practice empathy and compassion, create and shine energies of light, forgive ourselves and those around us, evolve, grow and love, the more we embody the Soul level.

The more we embody the Soul level, the stronger our Soul exists inside of the bioelectric field of the nervous system, shifting the atomic structure of reality as we pass through it.

#LeadtoGold

 

~via Unleashing Natural Humanity

MATEO SOL: “6 Signs You’re Experiencing Spiritual Maturity”

In our society, we have a very two dimensional understanding of maturity. Most people define it as an accumulation of experiences that come through the process of aging. But this isn’t really true.

The truth is that maturity has very little to do with our external experiences, and everything to do with our inner processing of the world. Yes, you might have experienced a lot of challenges and hardships in life, but if you weren’t present and aware of what was happening and the way in which it could help you to learn and grow, all of your experiences simply turned into moments where you unconsciously and emotionally reacted, not maturing at all.

While we have no control over aging, we do play a part in our ability to mature. Maturity is something that comes with conscious intent; something that evolves as we become more aware. It isn’t how “knowledgeable” or “smart” we are either, as knowledge is a product of past fears, mental patterns, memories, reactions and illusory concepts of the self.

Instead, true maturity is the state of being internally free enough to respond consciously, to be responsible enough to see the end result our thoughts, feelings and actions and how they will affect ourselves, others and the world at large.

Developing true maturity impacts so many different areas of our lives. Below I elaborate:

1. Maturity is Courageous

Maturity involves inner freedom and freedom is the result of having courage — the courage to think differently and behave differently.

In a society that considers “maturity” as the pursuit of careers, spouses, mortgages, children and materialism, it takes immense courage to truly be mature and to pursue a path with heart, reconnecting with our authentic selves.

2. Maturity is Honest

Many people avoid the truth of who they really are by piling on beliefs, labels and roles in their lives and clinging to them. However, the mature person, in their lifelong pursuit of self-discovery comes to see all the ways in which they deceive themselves into a false sense of being.

Common examples of spiritual immaturity involve avoiding the shadow elements of human nature, believing that we have transcended our “lower selves” and are in touch with our “higher selves” and confusing the fearful voices of our core wounds with our intuition.

3. Maturity is Loving

Most people’s idea of love is to love only to receive love. “I need you to love me so I can love you back” is not a very mature way of loving. To be mature means that you can love someone unconditionally, even if they don’t love you back because your own self-love is more than enough.

The spiritually mature person loves because the state of love expands their limited sense of self and reconnects them with the divine. They don’t just love to be reassured that they are lovable by another.

And if the other person is mature enough to love back the same way, the love becomes even more powerful.

You’ll often come across people that hold love as the highest possible spiritual form, which it is. But to experience that love you must first have attained the personal freedom and responsibility that is necessary to unconditionally love.

4. Maturity is Compassionate

Many religions will teach you to do “good” out of duty through pity and sympathy (both include feeling sorry for another because they are in a position inferiority to you), as opposed to empathy when you can feel and understand their pain as equals. Many are compassionate also out of the underlying stimulus and promise of “rewards” in the afterlife. However, this is completely destructive and a perfect example of immaturity.

The spiritually mature person doesn’t act from a place of dutifully needing “to do good” which is tainted with all kinds of unconscious desires such as self-gratification, power, prestige and control. To do any mature charitable act, our motivation must come from a place of inner peace and freedom.

5. Maturity is Forgiving

Resenting other people is addictive. It gives us a false sense of power by believing that we are protecting ourselves from getting hurt again, and we are on the “moral high ground.” It tricks us into an unhealthy sense of self-importance; “I’ll never forgive you. What you did to ME was UNFORGIVABLE.” It is yet another way in which our misery and self-pity make us happy.

True forgiveness, on the other hand, involves taking responsibility for ourselves and making the decision to no longer attempt to justify or attach ourselves to feelings of hatred and anger. We are aware enough to know how damaging such heavy feelings are to us and the quality of our lives.

6. Maturity is Accepting

Maturity involves knowing what you can change and accept that which you can’t. A person who lives in a constant state of conflict with the world is one who is enslaved to their own internal reactions. They are not free to respond.

I am often confronted by people who ask me how I can be so at peace with the state of affairs in the world; the injustice, the chaos, the inequality that saddens them to the point of depression or feeling like their sensitive natures don’t belong to this world.

This is closely tied with the forgiveness I mentioned above. I’m not OK with the injustice of the world, but I don’t resist it either. I’m aware enough to realize that change can never, and has never, come from an external system, but from an individual internal decision. To be able to help the collective maturity evolve I must first be able to accept and acknowledge the mess that we are in without resisting it and running away into my self-righteous ideals, without judging it and condemning others so as to make them defensive and lose receptivity to my message.

You can’t cure the turmoil of the world when you’re acting from a place of inner turmoil. The acceptance of yourself and acceptance of others is like learning how to flow in a stream without ending up like another solid pebble at the bottom of the river.

The spiritual awakening process of maturity is the beginning of the journey of inner blossoming; it is the beginning of the journey toward the fulfillment of your own potential. Coming to truly know that potential means knowing that you require equal part sun as you do soil in order to be grounded, but to dance in the wind as well.

 

~via WakeUp-World.com

DEANE THOMAS: “Love And A Snow Flake”

A snow flake is such an intricate structure; full of molecular bonds and connections. Molecular structures can be so complex that we never fully get to truly appreciate how unique they are. Snowflakes melt very quickly, when they come into contact with our skin. Yet a group together will form a small mound to be appreciated.

Imagine the amount of energy required to create a snow flake, the journey that it undertakes, and the process which it follows. Enduring, yet so beautiful at the same time. The fragility of its very existence is challenged from the moment it is created. Very much like a human love story!!

Much like most things that are created in nature, there is a cycle and a process for its evolution. We all know the beginning and the end of our life story; we are born and we will die! But what happens to our essence? What happens to our spirit? There are many written theories, and no doubt we already know the answer to that! Much the same as coming to terms with love.

In many ways love can be compared to a snow flake. Beautiful experience, complicated structure, and always melts/disappears when we don’t wish it to! Once we grasp the true concept of love then it all begins to make sense. It is throughout life that our soul reminds us through experiences and encounters. Knowing this we shall certainly learn to trust our inner guide not an illusion from the outside.

We will always be guided to where we are needed, where we are going, and when to heal/regenerate. When we are open to receive love, it will be presented. Our soul, our intuition, our instinct will always “know” when it meets or senses true love. This is one thing we can be grateful for. There is no doubt about it, for the universal laws apply. This can happen when we least expect it, and the wonder is simply magic.

The true love essence will be stronger than before because we have healed. Our energy levels will be higher, and our vibration too. We will then begin to follow our inner guidance. Whether we are guided to a new place or a new opportunity or a new person, we shall simply stop questioning and just enjoy everything. Our internal guidance is never wrong, but our thoughts often are and can be!

After years of healing and getting to the truth of our self, it is not time to be repeating the same old stuff we have done for eons. We woke for a reason, and it is not something that has been written about. We were not given any rule book or guidance, we are simply relying on like-minded soul family members to get us to this point. We have conquered the biggest battles any man or woman can, to reach a place of Oneness.

We have prepared the present and future generations with the right balance of information, so that they too understand what love actually is. Now is the time for the hard work to be rewarded with the pleasure of a whole life. A life full of love, happiness and joy — in a place we create for ourselves and our families. We will bring together those that are meant to be with and around us, and together we will create loving communities.

The significance of a snow flake in our lives is one we shall consider, particularly when its beauty and presence are magical. We can always preserve the essence of a snow flake in our mind and body, much the same as love itself. Once we have preserved the essence, we are complete and whole. It is for us then to maintain that wholeness, knowing we are love.

Unconditional love is our natural essence, it is our state of being, and it is who we are!

 

~via BodyMindSoulSpirit.com