With all of the road blocks I’ve been hitting lately trying to get things done, it has just occurred to me that this has everything to do with the moving into a new energetic space that I’ve mentioned previously.
So many people are transitioning dimensions, or at least trying to, all at once.
“I’ve been vegan for a long time and I think a part of me wanted to believe in this diet so much—because I had such a strong ethical connection to it—that I was turning a blind eye to my problems and to the severity of my health issues,” Bonny Rebecca said in the video. “This was a huge slap in the face for me.”
I have mentioned this several times this year about people going through an identity crisis.
Recently I was reminded that some people have chosen to take the long way around on their journey while others have taken a more direct route. No matter which choice you’ve made, it is the right choice for you. Which brings me to a recent dream I had.
This was about someone from my past trying to get me to remove my “comments” about him online. I didn’t actually post anything but the message is clear. The “comments” was his truth and he didn’t want to see it. Nor did he want the world to see and know it either. Yet…it’s all coming out anyways.
When you make a major change in your life, like a move to a new location, you may feel absolutely wonderful at first that you finally got to move. You’re happy, upbeat and certain that anything is now possible.
Yet shortly after you’ve made the move it’s like the happiness wears off and then you wonder if it was the right decision or not. You start to question everything. You may even feel depressed.
This is an energy transition period which can be best explained like this…
Part of moving forward may mean changing up many things like your doctor’s for one. I’m currently going through this.
Naturally the first thing you do is look at their reviews. Great reviews? Excellent! You’ll make the appointment. But great reviews don’t equal great care and bad reviews don’t necessarily mean not so great care as each person’s opinion and experience can vary.
It’s time to let go of expectations. I have found that when you expect certain outcomes, it leaves you stuck on a path with no new opportunities. It boxes you in because you’re not open to receiving anything new.
Not to mention that carrying around expectations is a burden. It’s like moving with a bunch of stuff that you don’t need. Yet you bring it with you “just in case” you need it. This creates a blockage as you’ve essentially closed the door to anything else.
I suddenly up and moved my auto insurance policy to another company because of better rates and service. In doing that, my previous agent wondered if it was something that she said.
If there’s one thing I don’t put up with it’s lousy service. There are plenty of people and companies out there who are happy to assist you. If I ask a question and continuously get the run around, I’m going to look elsewhere. If I feel ignored or not valued as a customer, I’m going to jump ship.