This is an article I wanted to write from the start of this website, but it wasn't until this weekend that I knew it was time. People are conditioned to look outside of themselves for approval and validation. You are enough just as you are. Be true to yourself and you'll have a wonderful experience; It'll turn out great!
At the funeral (fun-eral)
I attended a funeral this weekend. It's different when you know that this experience is just temporary and your soul carries on to the next experience. I sat in the back of the church. As the program started I noticed no one was clapping for the contributions people were making on the stage. I'm thinking this should be a celebration of the one who has passed on, but that's not how most people view a funeral.
During the open mic, a young lady stepped up and thanked them for listening to her when she was having problems in school feeling she wasn't good enough. I should have walked up after her and said, "It's society that conditions you to look outside of yourself for validation and salvation. That's not a healthy way to live. Know that you are enough just as you are."
At the end of the funeral, the pastor does his "sales pitch" for why you should join the church -- for your salvation. They're just selling fear.
Ladies, take off your makeup
This is the part I wanted to write since the start of this website. Another way ladies are conditioned to look outside of themselves for validation is to wear makeup. This is only a sales pitch for something that is not required. When I look at ladies wearing gobs of makeup, it looks ugly to me. I suppose that's the difference between finding someone - anyone, and finding the right guy. The right guy will love you for being you and not for how you measure up to some sales pitch of beauty.
I suppose that's the same for your weight. If you want to resize your body, do it for yourself, not for anyone else. You'll find that if you think your beautiful; others will too. It's the mirroring affect of the holographic Earth. It magnifies and reflects back to you what you are thinking and feeling.
You can talk to your departed loved ones...
My friend asks me to tell her what her recently passed family members have to say. I told her, you can do it yourself by doing a meditative journey:
Believe it before you'll see it -- Elena Danaan
- Lie down, close your eyes
- Imagine a protective bubble surrounds you and that it only allows in that which is for your highest good
- Imagine being in a void with a park bench
- Sit on the bench and invite your passed family member(s) to join you
- Start a conversation and use discernment. Remember to only accept messages of love; There is no separation where they are
She did this and after a few minutes, told me that the two family members she wanted to connect with sat on each side of her and they had a conversation.
Yes, you can do it too, but first you have to believe it before you'll see it
-- the exact opposite of what society teaches you of course.