Accountability, Courage and the Price of Your Freedom!
Updated: September 14, 2014
UNIVERSAL ENERGIES FOR THE WEEK OF SEPT. 15TH
Dearest Sparkly One,
I’m learning a lot lately since I’ve been plugged into the Spirit express while shooting my Messages from Spirit TV show.
I’ve been privileged to facilitate more than 100 readings in a short time and all of them have been about love and forgiveness, redemption and an opportunity to heal.
It’s undeniable what is happening- the evidence is there, the communication is true and details verifiable by the recipients. I still remain curious and unattached to what this is exactly. I don’t profess to know the secrets of the afterlife, and I’m not particularly interested in a debate on the details.
It’s just what I’ve experienced intimately by being the “bridge between worlds.” There seems to be a definite and consistent desire on the part of the one crossed over to free the one still here from the burden of the past.
This I know—we don’t really die, our consciousness still exists in some other dimension and when an opportunity to make contact to the living arises, the “dead” want it to count. They want to hand us a key to let us out of the jail they helped build.
But, not everyone wants to leave.
Our stories are built on our memories, and what happened to us, how our loved ones have affected us, and the legacy we inherit and then reinforce over time by our behavior and choices. Those stories, the way we interpret them and integrate them rarely includes a deep understanding of what the other person has experienced. Yet, for most of us, they begin to define us and eventually create the box in which we reside, which naturally limits our capacity to see potential beyond those walls.
Our certainty is built from our wounds as well as our strengths and assets.
What happens when someone comes back to set us free from the old stories?
It can go one way or another.
What’s been deeply rewarding is seeing the shift happen in the moment when it hits home. Everyone can see how the information and connection lights up a person’s whole being as the experience ignites a fire of forgiveness and understanding that provides that essential epiphany that can create change. The person takes the key that’s offered and the walls crumble down and we witness a miracle.
If we want to change our old stories we can. But if we want to be free we need to pay a price.
The cost? We buy our freedom by relinquishing the old story and all the beliefs and behaviors that go along with it. We have to give up our old identity. But for some people the prospect is terrifying.
It can be so difficult to face how attached we are to the story that keeps us engaged and identified with the very thing we don’t want. No one intellectually says, “Sure, pain and hatred is good! Let’s have some more of that.” There is usually some kind of emotional justification for it, and for reinforcing being misunderstood, outcast, or victim.
Who would you be without this self that tells these tales? What if it’s so foreign to you that you’d rather stick to the old story for the sake of intimate familiarity even if it’s hard and brittle and represses every ounce of authenticity you have?
I have seen it first hand – Can you forgive?
No way -Not gonna happen!
But the truth is the only way to have the life we’re meant to have—to turn fate into destiny—is to be willing to pay this price, have courage, and make this sacrifice.
That is the one true thing I have learned by connecting to “the other side.”
What do you need to give up, what old belief, what idea about yourself have you inherited, or what ancestral pattern are you still indentured to?
Can you pay this price to claim the key to your freedom?
I’d rather do it here, grab that key and open those doors even if I have no clue what’s waiting on the other side than wait until I get “over there” to make retribution and reach out for forgiveness.
In the end we are all accountable.
It’s something to think about.
Have you identified your old belief or the idea you have about yourself that keeps you indentured to the past? What is it? What have you done to begin the work to detach from that story? Have you seen changes in your life as a result of your work? How have you changed as the result of letting go the old story? Were you afraid to let go? Who have you become?
I’d love to hear from you!
Love you always and forever my tribe,