Someone asked me yesterday, "How do I stop taking on other's people energy, other people's stuff?" and I wanted to answer that today for everybody, because it's something that does tend to happen to those of us who are empathetic and sensitive...
I think that's how the Universe works sometimes. There are moments when we have no choice but to listen. I wrote this blog to reach anyone else going through their own transition: You got this! Sometimes we just have to listen to the Universe and it will help propel us along the path we need to be on.
- Guest post by the amazing Jacqui Holland, actress turned metaphysicist.
Well, I am human, and I struggle with the human aspects of my self. My ego, self-doubt and self-sabotage. Feeling not good enough, judging myself as unworthy.
I know that the only thing stopping me living out the full expression of my soul in this lifetime is me.
But moving through my own bullshit takes daily work.
We all have stories. Not stories in the sense of a recount of events, a tale; but “stories” that we create because of events. In the incident above, I let the way I felt in that moment leaving the bank define my subconscious beliefs about money and myself for the next 15 fucking years. Sounds ridiculous, but I guarantee you are doing the same, in so many areas of your life.
Relating to archetypes means you can draw insight and strength from the collective unconscious, using it as a map to better navigate and make sense of your own life. You gain access to shared insight, wisdom, and creative energy, and a level of understanding that exists outside the limits of the rational, linear mind.
"Sounds, uh, wild", I hear you murmur. "But how the hell do I actually use this information to make my life better?"
You are constantly, every moment of the day, co-creating your life and your experiences in tandem with the Divine. You have the power to shape your reality to be absolutely anything. And your life can look anyway you want it to. So fuck all of the rules and push aside the muck of what you think you 'should' be doing...
I dated a Christian, straight-edge vegan. At the time, I was a late night boozing wild child. And definitely not religious. My friends laughed and declared the relationship wouldn’t work, but it did. Ours was a beautiful union based on open communication, respect for all beliefs, and unwavering support of each other’s dreams – no matter how crazy.