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Slippery

The more you move into and exist from within the energies of surrender, acceptance, appreciation and gratitude, the less those clingy, sticky, life-sucking energies can stay with you, attach to you, and have any sort of influence over you. You become slippery and unattainable to those harsh, vampiric, negative, spiny urchins of malevolence and you regain your creative resources.

It’s also important to understand that ideas, psycho-social conditions, beliefs, and programs are all forms of energy that can take up residence within our energetics, and our consciousness, and do us harm…or elevate us. If we choose to engage in downward spiral conditions and practices, we will find ourselves repeatedly in the familiar, the exhausting, and the debilitating. It’s safe, because it’s a known known, even if it’s uncomfortable and aggravating. Our bodies encode these things and hard-wire the established routines and parameters of our most practiced behaviors. This is the state we find ourselves in when we’re desperate to break free from the paralytics and predictabilities of the past. It can all seem very insurmountable.

Yet we forget that just as easily as we fell into unwanted traps and repetitions and frustrations, we can practice their apparent opposites. We can develop a renewed trust in ourselves, and the universe as a whole, along the way. It just takes that conscious effort to reclaim the largely unconscious practices and procedures, many of which we didn’t devise ourselves, yet have been living by for long enough.

Inevitably, our bodes will respond and we’ll find agreeable the new, lighter, enlivening, invigorating and life-affirming practices. Beliefs will align as old and low-level vibratory sentience fades away, supplanted by a deeply preferred collective of consciousness. Our perspective of the externals must also shift in the process.

We are never changing the world—or something out there. We are only ever changing our world; from within, it is thus without.

Solvitur ambulando

© 2019 Trance Blackman

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