LISA RENEE: “Spiritual Maturity”

“To stop the dark from manipulating your energy and influencing your body, you have to stop it in its tracks and in all ways refuse its authority or control over your being in every way. To stop it one must identify it, locate it, and terminate it from accessing in your mind, emotions, body and spirit. This takes deep conviction and strength to reclaim your spiritual power and reclaim your body in the authority of God or Christos. Otherwise this is the call to Spiritual Maturity. This is each beings responsibility to command the personal space which is designating one’s choice of spiritual-energetic authority. If no choice is made it will be made at one’s consciousness frequency level combined with where one’s genetic ancestry has evolved in this cycle.”

~Lisa Renee

 

What is Spiritual Maturity?

Spiritual Maturity is developed through the desire to know the inner self (or God Self) in combination with the concentrated discipline of the mental and emotional state (such as with Meditation and healing Negative Ego fears). Which when practiced consistently will generate a development in the heart that provides a natural sense for the ethical standard of conducting one’s life. When we achieve energetic balance between internal forces and find inner harmony we naturally become more harmonious with all of life. When we reach a point where we go can go beyond personal dramas, selfish motivations and care what’s happening to others on earth, it is a byproduct of mental, emotional and spiritual maturity. Spiritual maturity is not religious it has humanitarian objectives through balanced behaviors of spiritual understanding. At this level we become aware of the group of which we are apart and can see the larger planetary issues facing humanity, currently and in the longer term. This is group consciousness awareness. A spiritually mature person does not want to increase negative energy, suffering or cause any pain. Spiritual Maturity is that which identifies the true self as a spiritual-energetic being and recognizes that spiritual self-development is the direct cause to all that happens in the material world. Nothing manifests in the physical without a spiritual-energetic causation first. Becoming responsible to the awareness of where one puts focus, energy, and attention is the hallmark of spiritual maturity. Expansion of group consciousness and accumulating spiritual self-knowledge through all life experiences becomes the focus of attention. Allowing your body to be the will which inspires goodness, a service to the whole and recognizing that all life is interconnected is a level of spiritual maturity. Integrating the Law of One Practices, Relationship Mastery Guidelines, ES Mental Body Tools, ES Core Triad Practices or the Noble Eightfold Path as a life style, are solid foundations for spiritual maturity development.

What are Balanced and Healthy Behaviors?

Why would we want to be ego balanced and emotionally healthy as a primary motivation? Beyond the drive to develop one’s true authentic self and actualize that self in the world, the motivation to be emotionally healthy usually stems from great personal suffering. When we are in energetic balance with ourselves, we are in balance with our spiritual self, our heart and we cease to have great personal turmoil or suffering. This is how we become increasingly healthy and peaceful. When we are emotionally healthy and peaceful we are able to access our spiritual self and heart intelligence easily. So this is to comprehend our natural spiritual-energetic state of being is one of emotional balance, inner peace, health and connection with Life. This state is not dependent on the external outcomes and can be experienced even when others around you and the world are undergoing great turmoil. To improve peace in a largely dysfunctional world, we may require attitudinal behavior guidelines which help us to overcome the insanity of the Archontic Deception Behavior and their anti-life forces which abuse its mechanism.

To understand the polarity of the world of forces on earth and identify how Satanic force methods are used every day to destroy the feeling heart and soul of human beings, let’s review both sides of spiritually healthy behaviors (GSF) and spiritually abusive behaviors (AD). Spiritually healthy behaviors naturally connect one with God Source and Christos and are God-Sovereign-Free or GSF Behavior. Spiritually abusive behaviors disconnect you from God and Christ and are promoted in the Archontic Deception Behavior or AD behaviors.

The goal with the below discernment guideline is to identify and locate these spiritually abusive AD behaviors in yourself, others and in any external organization of which you participate and to transform them through practicing GSF Behaviors. All decisions one is able to make from an informed position by identifying AD behaviors will increase personal discernment and energetic resonance of GSF in one’s life. The only thing any person can change is themselves through their heart responses and behaviors. Change starts within. Identify the Archontic Deception (AD) behavior and apply the GSF Behavior antidote below it to transform into spiritually healthy behavior.

Healthy Self Control

It is certainly important for us to develop self control and awareness of ourselves and have discipline over our impulses in many aspects of our lives. Self-control is an important attribute of Spiritual Maturity, and an essential component of interconnection and feeling empathy for humanity and the planet. Achieving a healthy balance of self discipline and self control is an essential element of personal responsibility and accountability. Loss of self control leads to anxiety, unhappiness, anger, resentment, stress, feeling helpless, and even depression. Abdicating one’s personal power over self control, by acting powerless, and playing the Victim-Victimizer role playing, is irresponsible and self destructive. But keep in mind that our personal and spiritual freedom ends where other’s begins. One must honor human beings and life force in order to achieve a healthy balance with self discipline and control with considering the rights and needs of others and having respect for others.

References: [Access links at bottom of page]

Spiritual Maturity July 2013

Krystic Qualities Article

Tyranny


See Also:

GSF Behavior

Virtues

Spirits of Christ

Three Layers of Ego

 

~via AscensionGlossary.com

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LJ VANIER: “9 Ways to Set Healthy Boundaries and Maintain Them”

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Boundaries are important in our lives in order to have healthy relationships and careers.

Unfortunately,  many of us struggle with setting healthy boundaries in our emotional and professional lives maybe in fear of being misunderstood or seen as selfish.  As we struggle with setting these boundaries and making promises to ourselves, we watch others walk over us, take advantage of us or mistreat us.  Some of us feel more guilt, some of us feel weak.  Whatever the reason may be behind our failure of setting personal boundaries, we need to remind ourselves that if we do not have them, we will always have a hard time communicating with others.

So how do we handle this?  There are easy steps to do it and we will talk about them now here.

1. Set your limits

When we find ourselves face to face with difficult situations or with difficult people, it is important for us to know where we stand.  It is also important to know what we want and what we expect for ourselves and from others.  Knowing where we stand and our goals will help us better identify our limits.

2. Listen to your gut feeling

When we trust our intuition, we can read between the lines, we can see things much sooner than others from a different perspective.  Our intuition usually gives us early warning signs when something does not feel right or someone has negative energy.  If you feel like something does not look or feel right trust your gut feeling.  When you sense it, observe it carefully and identify the cause of the problem.  This also helps for good opportunities since everything is not bad or negative.  When you feel like something is right, eliminate your fears and concerns and be more positive and brave about taking the next step.

3. Meditate

We spend too much time living in the past or future.  We let our worries, our resentments and fears overpower us sometimes, forgetting about what we have now and enjoying this very moment.  Sometimes we let guilt and anger take over. We let negativity blind us and scare us.  Think about how many opportunities you have missed.  Maybe with a certain someone for a good relationship, because we were stuck in the past, trying to overcome the troubles of a prior relationship.  Sometimes we miss a good opportunity at work because we are not ready to take the necessary steps.  Sometimes we lack focus.  One way to stop this is to practice mindfulness meditation.  It keeps us grounded and it teaches us to live in the present moment.  It enhances our focus and helps us organize our thoughts.

4. Speak your mind

If you do not let others know about your boundaries, they will never have a clue.  Communication is the key.  When you know exactly what you want and how you want it, do not hesitate to let others know your limits.  When people understand where you are coming from, they will be able to communicate with you their limits as well.  With the help of communication, you can easily find a common ground.

5. Keep a journal

Every time you feel like you are having a hard time maintaining your boundaries, write it down.  Analyze why you are having a hard time.  What have you missed when you found yourself face to face with a certain person or a certain situation?  Were you weak?  Were you worried?  Were you afraid of being misunderstood or selfish?  Write everything down and think and rethink about what you could do instead.  Can you go back and fix the situation?  Or what can you do differently next time to not find yourself in the same place?  Writing these things will help you have better focus and courage next time you encounter similar situations.

6. Change your mind

Having boundaries does not make you a selfish person or a bad person.  Remind yourself that it is perfectly fine and healthy to set boundaries and maintain them.  Others have them.  Think of how you see others with good strength when it comes to maintaining their own boundaries.  Do you think of them as selfish or do you believe they are rigid?  Of course there are people who are rigid and they have unreasonable demands but you are not one of them.  Allow yourself to feel better about yourself for knowing your limits.

7. Respect others’ boundaries

If you think that your boundaries are reasonable and necessary but others’ are not as important as yours, you are not being realistic.  It is only fair to show respect reciprocally as others are as important as you.  Remember that respect goes both ways.  If you lack showing respect to others then do not expect them to respect you either.  However, recognize the difference between healthy boundaries and rigid boundaries.  Rigid boundaries are selfish and they mostly come from people who tend to control others.  When you identify them, you will also stop others from controlling you.

8. Be patient with yourself

Change does not come overnight.  It takes time.  Just like we need to exercise regularly to build muscles, you need to practice your boundaries on a regular basis.  It is something new that we learn.  Change is not easy.  After all we are trying to reverse years worth of bad habits and we need to be patient and understanding with ourselves.  We need to also show the same amount of understanding towards others as they may also be struggling to maintain their own boundaries and they also will need time to build strength.

9. Reward yourself and others

When we achieve something and we notice we made progress, the best way to celebrate it is to reward ourselves.  It could be a little gift we buy for ourselves, a treat like a favorite dessert or drink.  Why not?  You have tried and it worked.  It is a good feeling.  Likewise, you can also reward others when you notice they are on the right path.  Encouragement always helps us and sharing it with others only makes it bigger and better.

~via isoulscience.com