Did you get chance to see the free oracle reading “Release The Inner Sunlight” this week? It seemed to be anticipating you making a break for freedom in some area of your life and that can only mean one thing: change.
Change is life’s constant and so there is nothing to fear from the decisions you make about your life nor the consequences they bring about, its just a case of learning to survive the flip and switch. Some change is slow, gradual and hardly noticeable, so as to not frighten you or the natives but sometimes sweeping changes arrive like flash bangs and startle everyone (even you for a while), and its you I’m concerned with here because the Grail is an inside job… everyone else is going to have to find their own.
If you have been moved to transform your life in one fell swoop, shell shock or some form of disorientation will likely follow… don’t panic!
Now is the time to look around for the familiar as a means to stabilise the inner core. This does not mean returning to the known path, especially if you sacrificed much to make the switch, what it means is taking a breath and anchoring yourself in the present moment where aspects of your surroundings (even if you have moved location as part of your transformation) will be familiar as will your inner landscape…
Look up at the sky for example: it’s a little grey and rainy today where I am but it’s the same sky I’m always under as it is for you (unless you are reading this from the international space station in which case I have no point of reference for external reframing). The trees, the birds singing, the ground beneath your feet, these things still have substance… then there’s the most important reference point: your own heart beat.
Still yourself wherever you are and listen for a moment, if it’s noisy where you are then just feel. The heartbeat, even if it’s rate quickens in times of stress, is unique to you and it is the rhythm of your life. By tuning in to your natural rhythm and consciously slowing it down and slowing down your breathing by being aware of both, focusing then on your physical structure and noticing where you are holding tension or bracing for impact and softening every muscle group in turn… by becoming present to the immediate external world and seeing there is no danger, then adjusting the internal world to relax to it, you will begin to absorb more about where you are in relation to where you were and begin acclimatising to your new situation.
So if you have made the flip and switch and you now have no idea where you are in life, stop, breathe, tune into your unique rhythm, slow down… find the familiar in the unfamiliar and remember its all God… everything is. You will find your way from there.
Happy Monday… x