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11/ Use Your Gifts

Your work, your challenge, is to make a new path not just for yourself — also for other sensitive people who suffer in silence as you have, knowing all the while, deep down, how beautiful their gifts are, how beautiful their souls are.

This won’t come as a surprise to you because you have been practicing for this moment your whole life — learning how to manage in a world that can be cruel and unkind while knowing how connected you are to every being on this planet:  imply by virtue of being a part of this world, this creation.

So do not despair because the time is now, the time has come, to awaken your inner knowing, to fully grasp the fullness of your abilities that others long for, need in their lives.

It is no surprise to you, though, because you can see how drawn others are to your vibrance and your understanding that makes life so tolerable when circumstances are harsh.

Focus on this now, on knowing your gifts and your assets and then on using them!

Use them!  Use them to usher in peace where turmoil prevails.

Use them to offer kindness where cruelty once stood firm.

Use them as you see fit and you know how because they are your gifts, your  privilege, your knowing that can benefit others.

Make that space, that allowance in your life, and flourish as only you can–your way, your special way.

Peace be with you now and always!

Blessings on your way.

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10/ Hold Your Head High

You know how you want everything but feel as though it is an upward climb persistently?

This is simple as can be:  Hold your head up high and proclaim with every breath that you are truly deeply worthy to receive your dreams into reality.

Just hold your head up high.

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Moving Past Fear

There are so many ways to move past fear, and so very many levels of fear.

If a low level of fear is keeping you from doing something that you know is right for you, that you know in your heart you should do, consider this technique shown to me by Spirit this week:

Imagine the scenario that gives rise to the fear in you.  Imagine it unfolding in the manner that you most fear.

Now repeat, repeat, repeat.  Repeat until you imagine it unfolding in a manner that doesn’t bother you–or, even better, it unfolds in a manner to which you respond positively.

 

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“No” Is The New “Please”

Do you remember that magic word–the one which, if uttered at the correct moment would turn an empty hand into a delighted you?  The one required at times to turn an empty stomach into a contented belly, a stern look into a pleased smile?

Behold the power of the “magic word.”

When I was growing up, the magic word was “please.”  But today, as adult responsibilities, moral responsibilities, ethical realities, human commitments, earthly desires, and input opportunities [think phone, TV, etc.] flood our lives, I’m thinking the new magic word is “no.”

Not that “No, thank you” wasn’t part of the etiquette teachings of my day.  It’s just that “Yes please” was more magical, more rewarding.

Now, I’m thinking that knowing our limits, grasping our discernible boundaries, happily stating a claim to our territory … I’m thinking these are ultimately equally rewarding.  It’s another way of saying, “Yes, please” to you.

And not only in adults.

What if our children intuitively knew how to enforce their boundaries?

What would all of our lives be like, what would our world be, if we valued the no as much as the yes?

Start with yourself, knowing who you are and what helps you thrive.  Then expand, expand, expand your circles.  Send out ripples of knowing, appreciating, respecting.

It’s what the world wants, it’s what the world needs … and it all starts right now within you.

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Remedies for January 4-10, 2016

Our needs will vary this week, so our predictions would/will be disappointing to some.

Your heart space may want to close itself off this week and limit contact and connection with others.  Whereas safety and protection always should form high priorities, your openness to love should as well.  This is why we recommend that you spend some time this week on the following exercises:

Take a little time — it won’t need to be much — to volunteer your time, money, or attention to a cause, person, or need you see.  These can be simple but fruitful, so do give it a go.

Next on your list should be giving yourself a message.  Your body, mind, and spirit want to hear from you.  What will you say?  What matters most?

If you hit a rough spot, a bit of trouble, you may be tempted to indulge in the vice of your choice, but be careful about doing that now!  Instead, opt for kindness and generosity to maintain your steady growth.  This will be well worth the reward.

 

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  • The information on this site is posted for educational purposes only, and not intended to constitute medical advice. As with any important medical matter, you are advised to consult an experienced health care provider concerning your specific health concerns.
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  • Readers are responsible for their use of information provided on this blog or linked to from this site. Pamela Lialias assumes no liability for the same.
  • Pamela Lialias has made reasonable efforts to ensure the accuracy of information on this blog site, but absolute accuracy is not guaranteed.
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Here’s One for the Sensitive Folk

Just a quick reminder that if you are sensitive, you are also … sensitive!  That means, you receive ‘information’ that other people don’t.  Like a sensitive antenna.  Who wouldn’t want that?

Sure, you might get a few extra stations and some of them might just be noisy.

But you can learn how to tune-in to the stations you like the most [and tune-out the others].

A couple of years ago, I promised Archangel Metatron, who helps sensitive people, that I would help him with his mission.

The time for that has come, so I intend to start a video series and some other informative works [like articles] to help people who are sensitive and to help those connected to sensitive people such as through family or work relationships.

Won’t it be wonderful when all of us sensitive people learn how to limit the challenges of being sensitive, embrace the gifts of being sensitive, and shine our lights brighter, further, stronger into the world?!

Let’s do it!