SUSAN VIVYAN: “Thoughts And Words Are So Important”

Watch your words carefully as they carry more power than you realize. Many are becoming aware of the power of thoughts, words and are more discerning in their choices. Yes, it is a choice moment by moment. More immediate results than you realize.

It is via stillness, meditation, concentration, awareness that you become aware of the power of your thoughts; words leading to actions. When one is the observer in the 3rd person and not immersed in the drama of their own making a wiser perspective emerges. Greater understanding with more discernment guides daily choices. The inner reflects the outer and more discretionary decisions are made.

One can still be very present, live in the moment; however, the focus of an aware life is more refined like sand which slowly and gently flows through your fingers with little abrasive quality.

Listen to the words of others but more importantly discern your own thoughts and words. Become a detached observer with no judgment or criticism. Allow corrections to your thought patterns and/or actions to be done with gentleness and softness.

Treat yourself with respect. Embrace your imperfections. Allow growth to emerge with constant nurturing and self-love. Focus on your thoughts, your words. Refine your choices.

You are important!

 

Susan Vivyan; M.A.T. (Art Therapy), B.S. (Art Education); Art Transformative Facilitator/Educator, Writer, Artist. You can find her Soul Essence paintings on Facebook @EssenceArtBySusanVivyan

 

~via In5D.com

ARIA BELLA: “Why You Need Meditation”

“The birds chattering, the distant sound of cars. Feeling the sun or breeze on my face, really helping to anchor me in my body as I take in those sensations. Not only does it bring your stress levels down, it allows your body to go into its optimum level for relaxation and healing.”

~Aria Bella

 

Meditation is good for the soul, for the whole body and your mind.  Go indulge today!

If you want an all-out activity that is going to soothe every single part of you and your senses — go meditate!!  It doesn’t have to be long, hard or full on.  Meditation comes in all shapes and sizes — you just have to find the ones that fit.

A really easy meditation to do is mindfulness — this can be done anywhere — making dinner, washing the dishes, hanging the clothes out.  All it asks you to do is be fully present in the moment, focusing on what you are doing, listening to the sounds around you and just being in that moment.

If you struggle with mind chatter, then guided meditation or ones where you need to chant may work for you as it helps to keep those natters to the background.  I personally love going outside and focussing on the sounds around me.

The birds chattering, the distant sound of cars.  Feeling the sun or breeze on my face, really helping to anchor me in my body as I take in those sensations.  Not only does it bring your stress levels down, it allows your body to go into its optimum level for relaxation and healing.  It gives your mind permission to take a break — although your mind will still have thoughts, so do not think you are doing it wrong just because it is still carrying on, it is its job.

Just allow them to flow without focussing on them. It brings your soul to the fore as well.  So it is really the best all round exercise that you can possibly do for your wellbeing.  Even if you think you are not a meditator — and my hand is up on this one.  Keep at it and give yourself a few minutes every day, increasing if you can to get some of that deep AH into your day.

Your heart, body, soul and mind will thank you!

“I allow myself to meditate for the best of me”

Till next time… keep walking your spiritual path xx

 

 

~via Aria-Bella Rises @ YellowWolfEnlightenment.wordpress.com

KATHRINE JOHANSSON: “The Most Important Symbolic Meaning Of The Present Moment”

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“In every situation that we give energy, we can ask ourselves: does this sustain a viable timeline through which we can better our ways of collaborating with each other and with the Mother Earth and her upgraded, fine-vibrational living qualities?”

~Kathrine Johansson

 

Have you been asking yourself what to hold on to in this time just past the Trump election, while simultaneously experiencing a range of strong energy influxes, together with the most potent super moon on November 14th?  This article concerns the oppositional move of energies that characterizes the present moment, and asks what to look for in order for us to find the path that can best support both the individual and the collective at once.

The energetic divide

It is indeed challenging to figure out which leg to stand on in this very intense period of energy shifts, culminating with the latest super moon, that all carry strong energetic influence.  Many of us feel this influx, and it makes the process of bifurcation that has followed the energy shifts since 2015, and even stronger in the past half of 2016, all the more evident.  The term bifurcation is a term from physical science that Lisa Renee has taken into her contextual framework in order to explain how energies are splitting at the very atomic level, involving quantum scales in the process of upgrading of frequencies of Mother Earth all the way from her densest levels, to the more etheric and non-physical levels.  The fact that Mother Earth is upgrading her frequencies has caused effects in humans on a broad scale, since we are closely connected to Mother Earth, especially at the quantum scale.  As multidimensional beings, we can thus often feel this split within our innermost being through the fine levels of sentience that we have achieved, and the split shows effects at both physical, mental and spiritual levels.

As it has become clear to many, we also see this split externally at the collective level, in the political and social mess that is accumulating around us.  It implies, as many of us have sensed, that the descent of old social structures is becoming more and more intense, while the ongoing process that leads towards recalibration of our structures in order to accustom ourselves to the new and to the upgraded planet is happening simultaneously.  We are hereby approaching the point where we can connect and start building the new timelines that are more in tune with the 5D frequencies of mother earth.  What is essential in this move, is, in my view that the nodal points, from which we connect, carry viability.  The false matrix that we live in today is characterized by structures, and communicational and social forms that really do not represent viable ways of living, being and creating. So one way to navigate within the division of “the old” and “the new”, is to see it as “the non-viable”, and “the viable”.  In every situation that we give energy, we can ask ourselves: does this sustain a viable timeline through which we can better our ways of collaborating with each other and with the Mother Earth and her upgraded, fine-vibrational living qualities?

But how do we ‘know’ if something is viable?  The thing is that viability cannot be measured or captured by present scientific means.  It cannot be logically analyzed, so that we can detect it with our intellect and lower mental capacities.  Rather, we need to use our skills as multidimensional beings, and “feel” into any energy that we engage in, in order to know if it is there.  Detecting viability can help to lead us towards the most fruitful direction in which to move.  It can help us discern for ourselves, and for the whole, the nodal points from where we can create together with the living elements of our multiverse.

The social divide

All that being said, we might like to ask: where can we reach out and touch and feel some kind of security and sense of being on the right track at this moment, right after the Trump election in the USA, Brexit in the UK, and likely nationalistic movements in Scandinavia as well?  It is obvious that, according to the timeline which we have been born into in this lifetime, we see a situation where the USA at a symbolic level casts a mirror back to us that makes us understand what, through the Western (white patriarchal) mindset, has been created during the past thousands of years, and the value sets that have been established as a part of the modern version of these societies.  At the symbolic level, we could say that Donald Trump stands for the classical, white, patriarchal, “economic man” (liberalistic egoic human subject used in economic models), who has gained special privileges (over others) through hard work, and who represents himself as the all American hero, who can bring the country and its people into restored grandness (among other things by supporting great business).  Simultaneously, and contrary to this image, we have a situation in North Dakota, where indigenous tribes are gathering in order to protect their lands from the profit seeking oil companies.  They are meeting low media coverage.

But what is the symbolic message of this?

Feeling into this energetically, we can say that the indigenous Indians over a broad scale represent human root races that have inhabited the American lands over periods of thousands of years (much longer than the white Americans).  They, potentially, still carry the energetic voice of their forefathers with them.  Their message forms the anti-thesis to the Trump situation.  The all American white, male singular hero, who will save us all, versus the tribe community connected deeply to the land. In this light, we can read the message of the native Indians as an urge to make us understand the necessity of re-uniting with the qualities of Mother Earth, and her particular spiritual identity.  And to realize our symbiotic relationship with her.  We could say, at a time of climate change, increased pollution, and defect social systems, that there is no more important message right now than the call to move closer to Mother Earth, and to re-learn to listen to the language of nature.  This is a capacity that the native Indians were capable of, and that they, symbolically, come to represent.  This capacity involves a highly refined ability to communicate through extended sentience.

A sentient relation to Mother Earth

So what is extended sentience, we may ask?  As starseeds and lightworkers most of us know that well.  Because, what lies in this ability is the capacity to sense beyond the traditional five senses, into what western science today call “extra-sensory perception”, and the ability to connect this to spiritual (less physical reality) realms, and thus the ability to interact and harmonize human communities with elements of nature at multiple levels of existence.  In fact, it represents a quite sophisticated way of standing in relation to the world, and a level of insight that goes far beyond the capacities of the logical mind.  The native Indian tribes, as a human root race, have added evolutionary experience and insight into the collective pool of human experience (the most well-known of which is the Akashic records) over periods of thousands of years, involving multiple difference geographical zones and climate zones in North-, Central- and South America.  We have, within these root races a treasure of knowledge.  If any native Indian has been able to overcome the atrocities placed upon him and his kinds for hundreds of years, keeping his native nature alive, the insight that we can tap into from this point of departure, and the potential to connect this to new forms of community living, would form the real gold of our times; we need not dig for physical gold or silver (as is talked of in communities that feel the coming crash of the global financial system); but rather just to share sincerely among our fellow human beings, viable insight and knowledge.

Furthermore, the Native Indians, as one root race that can form a symbolic sign for us today, also come to stand for ways in which true viable spirituality has been, and still is, being destroyed by killing, slaughtering, torturing, and starving out people, who carry these traits, in human communities at a global scale.  The Indians have experienced such a suppression very physically.  Today, as starseeds, we experience it virtually, subtly, on more hidden terms.  But make no mistake: the force is ever so strong towards the elimination of the living human spirit, and it is built firmly into the structures of the present matrix.  So, while white male western supremacy is often presented as a story of grandness, such as Donald Trump also likes to present himself today, it is also a story of violent suppression of human spirit, and the life force in human beings on a broad historical, geographical and cultural scale.  The pain of having lost this basic spiritual alignment with the planet, and her diverse expressions, is what is so evident in many of the current dis-eases in modern Western societies, especially of social and psychological kinds, and as awakened sentient beings we feel it all the more.

Integrating viable elements into the collaborative patchwork of the New Now

During the summer and autumn of 2016, with the transforming energy waves many people have experienced new synchronicities, suddenly starting to come out of their shells, and gradually reuniting with their (spirit, soul, human) tribes, starting to feel butterflies in the tummies from time to time, feeling into the processes of still unknown ways of co-creation that are approaching.  The thought of letting ourselves be moved fully by the forces of life, moving ourselves and our collectives into viable dances with Mother Earth, become more and more compelling.  And let there be no doubt: we are moving into our tribes to form the new timelines.  And while remembering the importance of the precious knowledge that the indigenous people carry and has placed for themselves and for all of us, we will also be aware how our tribes can be extended with elements invented in the cultures of modernity. F rom here, we can move into new forms of being creative that thrive on processes of integration of elements from all times, while merging with Mother Earth from the best of our knowing; awakening our awareness of how our processes of knowing will always be on the move; how Mother Earth herself will always be on the move; how our relation to the cosmos will always be on the move… thus, moving into a New Now that shows us multiple phases in ways of dynamic co-creation between humans and Mother Earth.

With love and deep passion for all viable energies,

Kathrine Johansson

 

 

 

 

The Most Important Symbolic Meaning Of The Present MomentAbout the author: Kathrine Elizabeth Lorena Johansson is a healer warrior from Scandinavia. She has been working to assist the processes of transition towards building new timelines, and to support the current processes of moving into collective co-creation. Her preparation for doing so includes an education as a pedagogue of Music and Movement, an MA degree in Modern Culture and Cultural Communication, and a PhD on human consciousness in a context of art, technology and science from the Planetary Collegium, Plymouth University, UK. Kathrine had a wide opening into her inborn multidimensional consciousness in 2007, and has been developing her healing skills, and creative skills (bodywork) since then. She has written two books called The Force of God in Physical Life (2009), and Floating Tales of a New Time (2010), with plans of translating them into English in the near future. Her latest initiative is the opening of a portal called The Platform of Multidimensional Integration, which aims to support individual and collective transition by connecting dots between multiple forms of knowledge. This initiative involves the opportunity to book counseling sessions (Skype) at an international basis, to those in need of assistance in their process of accommodating into the new timeline. ~via In5D.com

PALLAVI THAKUR: “14 Things Your Soul Wants You To Know”

What does your soul want you to know?

1. What does your soul want you to know?

We get so involved in the nitty-gritty of life that we often forget the most important lessons we came here to learn – the lessons that our inner spirit is trying to teach us during our relatively short stay here on earth. Since the soul is the fountainhead of wisdom of guidance, it is always trying to communicate with us. Each life experience is an invitation to live as closely as possible to our soul’s true essence. This is what your soul wants you know…

2. You are OK just as you are

The main goal of life is to not really change, grow or transform yourself. It is to be at peace with who you are at any given moment despite what you have done or not done; said or not said. Transformation is a choice we all have, but from the soul’s perspective, it is not the greatest priority.

3. You are meant to feel deeply

You are meant to REALLY feel. Don’t hold back your tears, and don’t think it is wimpy, soft, or overly sensitive to expressive yourself. It is healthy to feel deeply and to give yourself permission to experience the richness of human emotion. Feel love. Feel sadness. Don’t walk in between as you daydream, really take the time to amerce yourself in the moment. This is what life is all about.

4. Be mindful

Mindfulness is simply the focus of your attention on the present moment, but it is anything but simple. With chaotic schedules, multi-tasking and an over-worked society, it is often hard to remain in the present and not get lost in the chaos that surrounds us. Mindfulness has roots in Buddhism, but most religions and spirituality practices include some attention towards love, kindness, and appreciation for a perspective on life that is bigger than oneself.

5. Your soul wants you to know stillness

When we are still, we can truly listen. As we listen we open ourselves to understand and it is within the stillness that we can feel the greatest connection to our soul’s wisdom. That is why meditation, being still in nature and finding a quiet moment for ourselves feel so appealing. They are opportunities to connect with who we truly are. Kind, compassionate, gentle and wise. We just have to listen.

6. Let go of outcome

When we work hard at something, it’s natural to want some kind of “reward.” But when you become attached to outcome, it can take the joy out of the process. Life presents us with infinite variations of this important distinction—between what we can change and what we can’t, between what is within our control and what isn’t.

7. The present moment is the most precious thing

The present moment is the most precious thing

People don’t realize that now is all there ever is; there is no past or future except as memory or anticipation in your mind. Most humans are never fully present in the now, because unconsciously they believe that the next moment must be more important than this one. But then you miss your whole life, which is never not now. “As soon as you honor the present moment, all unhappiness and struggle dissolve, and life begins to flow with joy and ease.

8. Perspective is a beautiful thing

Typically, when we’re worried or upset, it’s because we’ve lost perspective. Everything that is happening in our lives seems so big, so important, so do or die, but in the grand picture, this single hiccup often means next to nothing. The fight we’re having, the job we didn’t get, the real or imagined slight, the unexpected need to shift course, the thing we wanted, but didn’t get. Most of it doesn’t really matter.

9. Self worth cannot be verified by others

If you constantly seek outside yourself for approval and validation, you will never be happy. We are all different and we all perceive things in different ways but your reputation is not something you can really control. Your reputation is not really in your hands, so stop trying to please everyone around you and start pleasing your own SELF.

10. All that you need is already within you

All that you need is already within you

In this moment you have it all, right NOW and right here, there is nothing lacking. Take time to be quiet at least 5 minutes per day and in time you will discover that you do have access to HAPPINESS, PEACE, ABUNDANCE and all that is good at all times.

11. Everything in life is temporary

Every time it rains, it stops raining. Every time you get hurt, you heal. After darkness there is always light – you are reminded of this every morning, but still you often forget, and instead choose to believe that the night will last forever. It won’t. Nothing lasts forever.

12. Accept

To complain is always nonacceptance of what is. It invariably carries an unconscious negative charge. When you complain, you make yourself into a victim. When you speak out, you are in your power. So change the situation by taking action or by speaking out if necessary or possible; leave the situation or accept it. All else is madness.

13. Go out of your way to be loving and kind

Almost everything comes full circle. People who love themselves come across as very caring, generous and kind to others too; they express their self-confidence through humility, forgiveness and inclusiveness. So seek to understand others before you attempt to judge.

14. You need to clean the clutter

As Einstein once said, “Out of clutter, find simplicity; from discord, find harmony; in the middle of difficulty, lies opportunity.” Sometimes we make life more complicated than it is. We attach our happiness to achievement and then look for it in all the wrong ways and in all the wrong places. Of course, you don’t have to live like this. If you feel like you are, it’s time to simplify things. It’s time to clear the air and get back to the basics.

15. Your troubles are gradually improving you

Your troubles are gradually improving you

Someday when you least expect it life will blindside you with necessary chaos. And once the chaos has ended, you won’t remember exactly how it all transpired, how you made it through, or where you found the strength you needed to carry on. You won’t even be sure whether the chaos has completely ended. But there is one thing you can be sure about: When it does finally come to an end, you will be a much stronger person than who you were before it happened, which is precisely why it was necessary.

 

 

 

 

 

~via SpeakingTree.in

KATE SUPINO: “Why Now?”

Why Now?

If you are still wondering why many spiritual leaders emphasize living in the present, consider the following lesson.

Imagine the following scenario. You are driving in your car and you pull up to a red traffic light, in the turn lane to go left. There are two cars in front of you and a short line of cars behind you. Now stop to think. Remembering back during your lifetime, can you change what happened five years ago? How about three years ago? Maybe that’s too far back. Can you change anything that happened to you just six months ago? How about five minutes ago? Too far back? What about that car that recently drove up behind you. Can you go back and change what happened just one minute ago? How about one second ago, when you reached over and scratched your other hand. Can you change that?

Let’s go the other way. Can you predict with absolute certainty what will happen to you or anyone else in the world five years from now? What about one month from now? But that’s too much to ask. How about one second from now. Can you predict with absolute certainty what will happen one second from now? You might have an educated guess. You figure the light will turn green, the first car will start its turn, and you and the rest of the people in your lane will follow. There! You did it! You predicted with absolute certainty what will happen one second from now.

Or did you? What if the light doesn’t turn green? What if the traffic light malfunctions and your lane misses its turn? A thousand or more things can happen between now and one second from now. Maybe the first driver isn’t paying attention and is unable to go in time before the light changes again. Maybe the power grid fails. Maybe a crazed driver speeds into the intersection and causes a big accident. You really cannot predict with absolute certainty what is going to happen even half a second from now.

If you can’t change the past, and you can’t predict the future, it makes sense that there’s only one place where you can exist with absolute certainty. Now. The only space in time that you can exist is now, in this very instant. That is why you must always focus on the now. Don’t lament the past; don’t worry about the future. You cannot change the past and you cannot predict the future. But you can live in the now. It is the only place where you exist. The past is gone. You don’t exist in the past, anymore. You don’t exist in the future, because it isn’t here yet. Now is the only place you can ever be. So the answer to our question, “Why Now?” is: Because now is the only place you can be.

 

 

 

 

 

~via QuantumStones.com