Friday, February 16, 2007

Steps in Learning

Generally, when a person is learning how to channel, during the time when they are first connecting to Spirit their scope of awareness is pretty narrow. It needs to be. Later on you can do wheelies. Now, pay attention. And, focus on one guide. Your guide. You don’t need to know his or her name. You don’t need to know what they look like. The connection you have with them will probably be sporadic. You’ll think you’ve got a connection and then, poof, it’s all gone. What happened? You think you’ve been abandoned. Well, get your focus back on again. You were the one who let go. It is not your guide’s responsibility to help you hold the focus. They are there. They’ve always been there. They don’t just suddenly appear because you want to talk to them. You create the focus.

How? Well, it’s different for everybody, but basically the desire to talk to your guide is the first requirement. The next one is a commitment on your part to do the work. What is the work? Again, it’s different for everybody, but basically, it’s to get off your high horse and heal yourself. Whatever that means. It’s not got to be done before your guide will make contact with you, but there needs to be the commitment on your part that you will begin to pay attention to the shitty things you attract into your life. Co-workers who irritate the crap out of you? That now becomes a learning opportunity. You can’t change them, but you can change you. Find out why you are irritated. Go to the source of your irritation. You might need a therapist to help you. Basically, it’s a win-win situation. You’re doing the psychological work you wouldn’t have touched with a ten foot pole in a million years now as a prelude to meeting your guide or to developing something better than crappy channeling.

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