To those of you who have done a significant amount of self-work and arrived to a place where you are conscious of your old beliefs, images and memories, where you are connected to your feelings and can express them, and where you no longer are overly focused on what others think about you, but yet you feel stuck in some area of your life, this is for you.
You are at the threshold of a major shift, THE shift, really, the big one, a dimension transition of unprecedented proportions to 5th Dimensional consciousness, a transition to life in the "Thousand Year Golden Age" that lies just ahead.
If you feel unable to cross the "finish line," however, unable to experience a truly different outer reality in which you are living your highest excitement, you most likely are grappling with resistance manifesting as a fear of the "Unknown" and a refusal to let go. This is different than resistance born out of unconscious, unresolved childhood wounds and the resultant character structures.
This resistance is will-driven, in the present moment, rooted in an unwillingness to let go of familiar (not familial) comforts and attachments, whether those attachments are to pleasure or suffering or an identity. To go forward smoothly, with grace and ease, now requires a letting go of all attachments, ALL attachments, and practicing acceptance and gratitude. Now, mind you, if you are meant to have something in your life for your greatest good and highest excitement, letting go of your attachment to that person, place or thing won't mean you "lose" it. It just means you won't be clinging to it out of fear.
So, okay, ready? Here's how you go forward - In each moment, from the menu of choices that are right in front of you, choose the option that represents your highest preference, without insistence that the outcome of that choice has to look a certain way.
That's it! One more time - In each moment, from the menu of choices that are right in front of you, choose the option that represents your highest preference, without insistence that the outcome of that choice has to look a certain way.
Got it? Good. See you on the other side!