Dance in Our own Slippers by Joy wisdom
How many of us manage to achieve and dance in our own shoes?
What does it truly mean? Pondering the question, I realised it meant various things with varied results for each of us.
How do we define dancing in our own shoes? My first thought was confidence, self-esteem and success. Materialism would be a definition of arriving, seen as success.
But the outcomes for spiritual ‘dancing in our own shoes’ are very different.
For materialism is not part of the agenda. We credit with kindness, positive thoughts, love and compassion. Yes, finding oneself is part of our spiritual agenda, however,
our first goal is turning ‘Lead into Gold’ the alchemical process of throwing out old, ancient, and embracing internal change constantly in motion. Building internal energetics and physicality to activate internal LIGHT. Sixth senses awaken and sign on. As an energetic package, we hold all we need to support us on our spiritual journey and our life agenda. Connection and alignment is the key.
Over lifetimes we have been taught to look externally for our happiness. To ignore internal states and interactions driven from our senses. This is where the process can be long and bumpy, we can feel very alone and frustrated within this process. Even once we have attained the process of Lead (negativity) into Gold (positiveness and Light) spirit essence, we feel we have run marathons already and climbed several mountains! Delighted and enlightened, however, the true goal of our spiritual journey has only just begun.
Part of the delay and glitches that caused longevity is what we have created and absorbed from others. The overcoats of many colours, need throwing off is revealed at this point. We may have dealt with our own conditioning and put right the adverse choices, but have we dealt with hidden factors, others conditioning and perceptions that entrapped keeping anchored in ancient living. Invariably not, as we don’t see the lock-ins when biologically and psychologically embedded, passed on through lineages and cultures.
The spiritual path of enlightenment comes in different packages for each of us. A ONE Soul unique goal to get you, back to you. However, the weave of our original plan has been severely hijacked by the mix of self, culture, lineage additions and choices, diverting us away from the original theme. Historical actions made their impressions upon us to greater degrees than appreciated. No wonder we are exhausted trying to get back to the self and standing in our own shoes.
Consciousness is accelerating and we are becoming more aware of our global predicament from ages past. Piscean legacies, entrapping family conditioning in concreate.
Our life plan would have included a strategy to avoid, walk away, and ignore. Some of us were better equipped to adhere to our strategy, while others have fallen fowl, locked in to old roles and loyalties. And they are the shoes we don’t want to stand in. Having been there and done that one!
Although it does give us compassion to help others in their plight. To share our knowledge of how to achieve fast track and enable new tools to help accelerate change, allowing attainment with vision and inspiration to find their own shoes.
One of the most challenging lessons in our spiritual journey is to learn how to accept ourselves. To acknowledge our imperfections, make change and to understand they may not be ours in the first place!
We cannot give if we have not received. Love becomes a mystery.
When we give, and receive from the head we live conditional love. Only giving if there is a reward, something gained. Certainly, it can be a long journey to find unconditional love if we are bred from lower levels of love., (i.e. conditional, rejection, abonnement, survival levels etc.,)
Liking and loving the self is paramount if we want to stand in our own shoes.
To be able to accept our selves, warts and all is unconditional love. Love from the heart. Giving unconditional love to the self. When appreciated, we can start to receive and give unconditional love to others. Having trust and faith in our internal Satnav (i.e. intuition and vision), accepting help offered from supporters and spiritual guidance. Receive direct cognition, helping avoid life pitfalls and accelerate journey processes. Without our internal awakening and satnav map, we delay, blind to opportunities and 4th gear spiritual acceleration.
When we are standing in our own shoes, we have arrived, seen, heard and acknowledged to greater degrees. We may have a message to bring to the fore and service to perform for advancement in family, lineage and evolution. As did Nelson Mandela. He stood in his own shoes and accepted his role highlighting injustice to the masses. A man with courage and foresight. A man who did not give up.
Our individual shoes can be compared to our roles in life. The changes we can make for ourselves will also give the green light for others to speak up, to stand in their own shoes. But to achieve, we need to attain ourselves first, then help others. Bringing new vision. Enlightenment, awakening and switch on to other soul mates. Speaking out and using our voice to bring that about, as it did with Mandela.
When standing in our own shoes we have exceptional internal qualities we can draw upon.
When dancing we accelerate those achievements, bring lightness, Vava-voom and higher consciousness. Let’s join the disco…of enlightenment!