A friend told me this philosophy experience:
Work is an addictive way of life.
We need not be addicted: Well, we need to change our thought process on what work is, and how we address it. To have a fulfilling life that feeds us, we must see our lives as the work that fulfills us. This means living the truth of our spirit and being led by Spirit on the path of fulfillment. We work as we see ourselves in vision.
To clarify what we need to do, look in the mirror and tell yourself, “Thank you. Job well done.” You played the game of 4th World negation. Now it’s time to move on. Play your part… Helasa tsih ihi’ahi’ni.
Let us take a look at three Circles of Time, three dimensions of thought. First, 4th World of Soul Sickness past – prior to 2012. This perspective stimulates strong responses that are familiar that can keep us repeatedly the victim of time chaos. Second, 5th World Coming Together present – since 2012. This experiential perspective has us trusting and walking away from familiar into adventurous excitement. Third, 6th World of Second Sight future – next time paradym somewhere between 25,000-478,000 years from now. The visions that awaken us for déjà vu and overlapping vision spinning time begin to pepper our sleeping dreams. These draw us ever forward with no real understanding of why… until we get there.
I use these limited words to illustrate a part of our evolutionary procession and current energies of integration. Certainly, for some people these words will be hard to comprehend. Just be true to yourself and you will find everything falling into place. The pull of the familiar is intense. The choice is yours. It’s leap of faith time, and just so you know, it is now a way of life if you wish to live peace.
Let’s be impressed by our great leaps forward, individually and collectively. Be aware, devote your energies to collective positive, life affirming action, and give gratitude for the changes you see in life. Be happy. It’s what you choose to be, do and see.
The point is, we’re playing a new game, and integration of the rules make life continual and brings indications of our service life work. We establish stability in our faithfulness to positive life chosen.
“The greatest insight, thought and art concerning the human condition and its divine aspirations are rooted in the phenomenon of inner vision.”
Not everyone can point to a clear sense of intuitive awareness in making decisions. But most recognize and intuitive aspect has played a vital role during life-changing moments. Most agree that it has been better to follow intuition, rather than ignore it.
Contemporary thought is oriented toward rational, linear thought. I come from a life philosophy influenced by intuitive, cyclic thought. The world works to find the common ground.
It is useful to develop our observation capacities. Paying attention to, but not acting on feelings immediately is a responsible act of intuition.
Do you frequently wrestle with the Should I, or Should I not questions? Visualization of possibilities help us wade through overwhelming feelings. We gain clarity and make the best decisions for ourselves.
When we are engaged in an intuitive life, we are constantly in responsible action. To tap potential, there is emphasis on expanding awareness, a produce of awakening connection.
What has required effort in the past, becomes smooth flowing growth.
We discover things about our chosen relationships. We reflect on dream messages, and find regrets are no longer a facet of daily reality.