Finding hope..

Accepting change is hard, especially during the existing uncertain times caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Everybody is in pretty much a similar situation, with people losing jobs and people not able to find jobs. No doubt, this is a major challenge faced by humanity.

I don’t know how many of you are familiar with this but there is a major shift in our collective consciousness that has been happening for several months now and it is said to continue for years.

What does that mean for a common man? Simply put, it means that we are going to see more and more people who would proactively choose to be kinder to others.

We are going to see more and more people who value character, integrity and authenticity. We are going to see more of builder-ups and less of tearer-downs.

More and more people are willingly going to emanate love, loving energy and positive vibrations while the negative people will become a minority.

It is like our humanity is going through a very powerful upgrade! This is no news in the spiritual community. While the process of upgrading is painful, my heart is filled with endless hope for our humanity.

People often ask me how I am able to remain so cool without any major career leads as a student about to graduate soon during this time of unforeseeable uncertainty.

I used to be a huge fan of planning, freaking out, planning and then freaking out some more. However, I am also a big believer of destiny.

All I know right now is that my higher Self or what people call intuition, will guide me to make the right decisions and that, I would be guided to do what I am meant to pursue at a meaningful time point.

Whatever issues I face along the way, I trust that I will be able to handle it.

Don’t ask for proof because it is faith without reason that helps me find hope! Faith is always without reason.

Belief is powerful because it can energise thoughts and manifest them into reality.

Even though the situation is bleak for many of us right now, I strongly believe! I believe that we will get through this and we, as our higher Selves, always have our best interest to guide us through this.

You and I are slowly but surely transforming into someone much better, leading a better life in a better humanity, as new citizens of the New Earth.

Some of the best opportunities are waiting for each of us, something much better than what we were to receive and something more suited to each of us for the time period.

If you still find it hard to hold onto hope, I am here to give you hope.

Trust me and join hands with me in believing that we all will get through this because we all are in this together and the future is going to be brighter than we had ever imagined. <3

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Beneath the beauty..

How would the world be if we all saw each other just as souls? An amorphous energy field constantly vibrating and constantly being created from cosmic forces. A body with no body but a hazy shining aura of infiniteness. A being with no purpose but to exist, thrive, create and experience virtual reality with so much love radiating from our core. How would it be? How would it be if people saw me with that image and not my external appearance? Imagine I said hello to you and all you could see was this insanely powerful and complicated electromagnetic field constantly exchanging information with the cosmos and energizing thoughts? No pretty eyes but my third eye. No cute smile except the kind and welcoming light. No dark hair except my crown pulsing in alignment with my energy flow. No words except my boundless spirit of one love for all genders, appearances and age. How would it be? Boring right? Yeah, I can understand you and this is exactly my point. I am a woman but I don’t identify with it anymore. The only identity I own is that I am a soul, just as divine as everyone of you. It is oxymoronic because identity dissolves when one realises that he/she is love and the higher power. However, for the sake of functioning and understanding, I am choosing to use it as an identity. So, what am I trying to say? I am trying to say that beauty is not permanent. It is an illusion. External appearance is an illusion. It’s an oversimplification of your spirit. When I understood this, I no longer see others as a guy or a girl. I see them as a person, a divine being and a fellow spirit, experiencing this wonderful journey of life. What was interesting to me is that the moment I started doing this, I  felt so free and uninhibited. No drama, no politics, no games and only neutrality. Neutrality might be boring but it has definitely made my life a lot easier.❤️

If you want to fight, fight negativity!

In this day and age, it is just so easy to get lost in wordplay. The rush of the blood in your veins when you get involved in a heated argument is too enticing to ignore. There is something so disturbing yet so comforting when you sulk in silence, cry in isolation, start a social media war or hate a bunch of people whom you’d probably never see in your life after that point. What most of us fail to realise is that we are wasting our time encouraging negativity. Most of us know that it very obvious to say that negativity is bad and positivity is important. Nevertheless, only some of us succeed in fighting negativity on an everyday basis. Evolution has conditioned us to be exposed to so many different people and situations with different energies and frequencies yet somehow end up tuning so efficiently to negativity.

Speaking of energies and frequencies, I would like to imagine each of us being endowed with an imaginary rechargeable battery of positive energy. Every day our battery suffers wear and tear that makes us feel angry, unmotivated, frustrated or even scared. These fluctuations can make our existing positive energy supply unable to meet the demand. When we listen to the news first thing in the morning, it doesn’t matter how much we had planned to accomplish that day, a certain percentage of our energy is already drained lamenting over the bad things happening in the world. When minor unpleasant incident happens, we are so tempted to take it all in and be controlled by it. Suddenly, we become the harshest critic of our life. We start to think about all the awful decisions and actions of the past. We return home with low battery, label that day as a bad day and hope for a better tomorrow.

Sometimes our energy is influenced by the people around us. For instance, have you ever noticed the time you were with someone, and you caught yourself being unusually negative about anything and everything? This person has mastered pessimism, has a sub-zero level of patience, extremely low self-esteem and an inability to cope with failure. They are just so depressing that they drain the last ounce of empathy you have for them. You hardly realise it especially if such people are always in your social circle. If you let them, they can ruin your life permanently.

No matter how easily negativity can penetrate our mind, we can find ways to keep our batteries charged! What I like to do is to imagine that I am wearing a protective suit. This imaginary suit is made of all the empowering things I say to myself on a day I am genuinely motivated and in a positive state of mind. This exercise enforces the idea that I am stronger than the negativity around me. All of a sudden, I feel powerful and any number of whining colleagues, rude strangers or bad-tempered superiors seem manageable. When you get reminded of something/someone negative, remind yourself that you have a defined amount of positive space of mental focus. Don’t waste it on negativity or negative people. Use it instead to maximise your potential to learn and grow. Maintain a healthy relationship with yourself in order to keep your battery charged! Find three good things every day to feel grateful! Don’t be afraid of dissecting your emotions as it has proven to be an excellent strategy to reset your mood. Reason each emotion out. Question them. Another important trait to develop in order to avoid negativity is to stay grounded! An enlarged ego can often make you overthink others reactions to your actions. Even though it is not easy to do, call out on yourself when your behaviour or reaction is exaggerated! Stay away from toxic people and don’t be ashamed of stepping out of situations for the sake of maintaining your positive energy.

Our minds are trained to do whatever we REPEATEDLY think, say or do. Try to make it a HABIT to fight negativity and don’t be shy to show some loyalty to positivity.

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