Guided by the Higher Self

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After four years of intensive emotional healing work, I am still attraction people who are less than acceptable into my life, although it is improving.  So this morning, I am exploring why I am still not attracting what I want.  The initial analysis is that I am still operating in fear and running away from what I don’t want instead moving toward what I truly want in my life.  Ego’s fear is a tricky thing as it sneaks up on me without my even realizing it.  I must operate with the intention to move toward what I truly want and is beneficial for my life, and not just run away from my current life.

Another benefit to doing the emotional healing work is that I am able to recognize unacceptable behaviors toward me very quickly usually within days or weeks of meeting someone who I may not even meet in person.  This is an invaluable tool as I am able evaluate people, situations, and events very quickly without being emotionally involved for long periods of time.

I reply on my higher self to guide me in this evaluation process. Here is my earlier post on Accessing the Higher Self.  My intuition is becoming keener so that I am able access my higher self than quickly determine if the people or situations are in my best interest and for my higher path.  I will regroup and begin work on facing my fears before I am able to move forward on my spiritual path to manifest the life that is intended for me.  (Copyright 2016 Awakening Journey with All Rights Reserved)

Author: Journey of Awakening

Hi, I'm Brooke who will be taking you on a journey of spiritual awakening. I experienced a spiritual awakening in March 2011 when my consciousness was awakened, inspired, and transformed forever. I will serve as your guide on this journey, and hope you will join me!

5 thoughts on “Guided by the Higher Self”

  1. It is deliberate for it to take time. If we were just given the answers we would not appreciate how we got them. If we have to go through some serious time and upheaval we appreciate what it took to get there.
    Ask most people how they feel a couple of years after a divorce and they say they are now ok, but if you ask them another year or two later than that, and they will say they were still dealing with issues even at the two year mark. Hindsight is much wisdom.
    It is a learning curve to really appreciate and love ourselves BECAUSE of what we have gone through. All very much needed to find us.
    Thank you for sharing your journey 🙂

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    1. Hi Mark, thank you for your kind and supportive words. It is a journey, and I am still learning patience as my journey is long and sometimes difficult. I am here for the duration, and so onward . . . Sending love and light to you!

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