Do you want to feel empowered?
I spent most of my life feeling disempowered. When I did my core values exercise I discovered that empowerment was on my list.
Weird, I thought.
But then it made sense. Those issues that we struggle with become what matters to us the most.
You grow up in poverty; you work hard to make money.
You grow up being bullied; you work hard to empower yourself.
And, as a mentor/teacher, we tend to want to help others overcome and conquer what we had to overcome and conquer.
This is why learning about the cards and discovering who I really was meant so much to me.
The tool of Soulmancing revealed what I call my ‘soul stats’ and when I started living who I was authentically, the things, people and situations that were not me left my life and the things, people and situations that were me came into my life.
You naturally become empowered when you are living who you really are.
That doesn’t mean we don’t still have moments of feeling scared, or jealous, or sad or angry. It means that when we do experience those low emotions, we know what to do with them. We know what they’re showing us and we can then use them to point out what we need to do next.
That alone is worth it.
But I made another awesome discovery when I started living via my true self-
Living the real you means you’re emitting a very strong signal to the Universe of your desires – naturally.
The Universe doesn’t need repeated words, begging or pleading from us to bring us what we want. That goes nowhere. Our vibrations are what sends out the signal.
And our vibrations are what we are feeling & being in each moment.
When we’re disempowered, confused and unsure, we tend to absorb everything around us. It’s natural to want to fit in and belong, so we attach ourselves to people and beliefs that make us feel we’re somebody because we’re just like everybody. But that way of living disempowers you. It disempowers you because you aren’t emitting a strong signal of you—instead you’re absorbing all the stuff of others.
Picture a wet blanket being thrown over you and that is how you walk through your life. All of the stuff around you ends up sticking to that wet blanket and soon people think that is you.
You start thinking that is you and when stuff comes into your life that you don’t really want or like, you wonder, why is this happening?
If you’re absorbing the reality of someone else who has a constant fear of being attacked, or of losing all they own in a financial crisis or never finding a life partner or romance because all men are bad or…or…or…
What will your life start looking like?
That is a disempowered life.
If, instead, you know who you are and what you want and you start emitting those signals loud and clear (because that is what you’ll do naturally), what will your life look like?
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