The freedom to be gloriously, deliciously, authentically who you are surrounded by people who love, honor, accept, and appreciate you. Freedom from the facade you’ve created. Freedom to be, have, and experience all that you desire. Freedom from limiting beliefs, fears, judgments, and expectations of yourself and others. Freedom from the past. Freedom from the “box” that is your comfort zone, your belief system, and your limiting mental prison.
- you are in a state of inner peace, joy, and gratitude despite the outer circumstances you find yourself in or what another person says or does,
- synchronicity accelerates,
- unexpected opportunities seem to be around every corner,
- tears of recognition, joy, gratitude are part of practically every conversation,
- chills run up and down your spine quite often as you share truth with others,
- manifestation becomes easier,
- ease and grace seem to follow your every move,
- you feel healthy and vibrantly alive,
- you wake up excited to start your day,
- situations and people that previously caused stress or upset don’t have that effect anymore,
- decisions are easy, and
- the “right” people and circumstances continuously come your way.
Extraordinary things have been happening lately as I work with clients and friends in private consulting sessions. Radical breakthroughs, instant shifts, suddenly the ability to hear one’s guides having never been able to hear them before, a person feeling validated and understood for the first time in their life, and so much more are becoming commonplace. As new aspects of me come in, much more is available to my clients.
But, and this is a very big but, growth NEVER happens when you are comfortable. One of the things I always tell clients is you need to “get comfortable with being uncomfortable.”
95% of the time I come across extraordinarily kind and compassionate. I’m never abrupt, or what someone might consider mean, on purpose or for selfish reasons. Sometimes what I say or do appears that way to the receiver, but truthfully saying the “right” thing, the thing that is going to make the biggest difference, but that may not be easy for someone to hear, actually takes a massive amount of courage and commitment on my part. It all comes from love.
If I always said the things you wanted to hear, I would be doing you a disservice. Because what you want is results, so we use whatever means is most effective in getting there.
Stuart Wilde, used to mess with everything – interrupting your pattern and working hard to blast you out of your comfort zone. He got us up at 4 a.m., took us off in silence one by one, stuck a light in our face, and aggressively asked questions interrogation-style. He kept us up half the night and fed us at weird times, so our schedule and body got all out of whack. He shot off a gun one time while we were in deep meditation to help us catapult our consciousness out of our body and easily travel for awhile in other realms. He was radical and that’s one of the many things I loved about him. He was considered the greatest metaphysician of our time. He was my first teacher. I learned many powerful things from his teachings and workshops. And then I went on from there.
He died not that long ago and I find myself remembering things lately about his wisdom and the events of the 8-day Warriors in the Mist training I did with him in New Mexico. Things I hadn’t thought of in years keep flitting through my brain. I sense him “hanging around” and it makes me smile.If you are ready to have your life shift, then sign up for a session. http://bit.ly/TakaraSession Have a fantastic day, Return from the Growth Isn’t Always Easy by Takara to the Magnificent U home page.
I’ve always tried to live by The Golden Rule. As I observe the words and actions of many political and religious leaders, I’m often baffled. If The Golden Rule applies, then how can this person think or act in this way? And how can other people listen to their words and observe their actions and actually agree with them?
The Golden Rule from 13 Different Religious Perspectives:
Baha’i Faith Lay not on any soul a load that you would not wish to be laid upon you, and desire not for anyone the things you would not desire for yourself. Baha’u’llah, Gleanings
Buddhism Treat not others in ways that you yourself would find hurtful. The Buddha, Udana-Varga 5.1
Christianity In everything, do to others as you would have them do to you; for this is the law and the prophets. Jesus, Matthew 7:12
Confucianism One word which sums up the basis of all good conduct….loving-kindness. Do not do to others what you do not want done to yourself. Confucius, Analects 15.23
Hinduism This is the sum of duty: do not do to others what would cause pain if done to you. Mahabharata 5:1517
Islam Not one of you truly believes until you wish for others what you wish for yourself. The Prophet Muhammad, 13th of the 40 Hadiths of Nawawi
Jainism One should treat all creatures in the world as one would like to be treated. Mahavira, Sutrakritanga
Judaism What is hateful to you, do not do to your neighbour. This is the whole Torah; all the rest is commentary. Go and learn it. Hillel, Talmud, Shabbath 31a
Native Spirituality We are as much alive as we keep the earth alive. Chief Dan George
Sikhism I am a stranger to no one; and no one is a stranger to me. Indeed, I am a friend to all. Guru Granth Sahib, pg. 1299
Taoism Regard your neighbour’s gain as your own gain and your neighbour’s loss as your own loss. Lao Tzu, T’ai Shang Kan Ying P’ien, 213-218
Unitarianism We affirm and promote respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part. Unitarian principle
Zoroastrianism Do not do unto others whatever is injurious to yourself. Shayast-na-Shayast 13.29
**************************************** List Compiled by John Milan & Paul McKenna
The Golden Rule is a way of stating how to positively use the Universal Law of Cause and Effect which applies everywhere and in all things. The cause is a thought, word, or action by you. The effect is the result you will get from that thought, word, or action.
You’ve heard the saying, “What goes around, comes around” or that giving and receiving are just the opposite sides of the same circle. It is absolutely true. And its time that we all practice this principle much more diligently.
Have you ever contemplated who the “other” is, referred to in these teachings? My interpretation is that the “other” represents any being on this or any planet, reality, or dimension. To many people that is quite a stretch of the principle. It is my truth. It is what The Golden Rule means to me. I don’t step on ants. I treat dogs as nicely as I would a small child. Plants are my friends. And I practice harmlessness.
Knowing how to treat others is so simple. Ask yourself if you were in their shoes, would you like this to be said or thought or done to you? And then take the appropriate action based on the answer. If your words, thoughts, or actions don’t uplift or empower another, then make another choice.
How do you want to be treated? Then treat all others that same way.
If you want to feel joy, then do things that bring joy to others.
If you want to know love, then learn and express true love and acceptance of everyone. O.K. no-one said this was always easy. But this Universal Law holds whether you want to participate or not.
If you don’t like it when people talk about you behind your back, gossip about you, or judge you, then stop judging others – that means everyone in your field of perception. Not just your family, co-workers, and friends or enemies, but also people in the news, political leaders, movie stars, even terrorists. You can look at the actions of another with discernment, deciding whether spending time with them or taking the same actions yourself is appropriate. But when you begin to judge whether it is right or wrong, then you are telling the Universe – through the law of cause and effect – that you are ready to be judged by others.
I said the law was simple. I did not say the law was easy. It can be, of course, but it requires a great deal of letting go of what is right or wrong, good or bad. It requires rising above polarity or duality consciousness.
There are a few nuances about the Law of Cause and Effect that are important to explain.
First, you can’t be attached to your giving or to how the Universe will supply you with what you are asking for. Many people give in order to receive. They think to themselves, “I’ll give this money to this church so that God will give me money some other way.” But that is giving with strings attached. So any money you receive will also have strings. You should give, instead, as an affirmation that the Universe is an abundant place and you KNOW you are abundant and money is ever flowing to you. Not you HOPE you are abundant. You KNOW you are abundant.
How do you achieve knowing? As in all things, you have to recognize and then transform all of your disempowering beliefs – including your belief in lack – into Divine truth.
Second, you have to allow yourself to receive. This is where trying to consciously apply the law of cause and effect stops working for most people. Subconsciously, they do not feel worthy of receiving. They feel they aren’t good enough to receive love, money, acknowledgement, friendship, good health, happiness, etc. As long as you feel unworthy, you will never receive the things you desire. You can work from morning to night and still never have anything because deep down you don’t feel you deserve anything. Again it requires healing.
Third, you always receive through precession. You never receive from straight in front of yourself. Another way to put that is, you never receive directly back from where you give.
Buckminster Fuller coined the term precession. It means that when you are looking straight in front of yourself anticipating money or love or whatever to come your way, it won’t. It always comes to you at a 90 degree angle away from center. One might say that “The Universe brings your supply from left field.” If you are putting your attention on a project, or a person, that is not where you will receive. Something completely unexpected will come to you from the side – usually in the form of an opportunity, one you very often miss.
The perfect example of precession is how my former husband, Raven, entered my life.
I had taken the time to write down all the things I wanted in a relationship. I then completely surrendered and let go of my attachment to ever actually having the perfect person in my life – no strings, no expectations, totally fine with or without it. I learned to love and accept others and myself.
One day I felt inspired (was intuitively guided from within) to go to a particular store to introduce the owners/managers to a product I was promoting. I got all dressed up with presentation in hand and headed out the door. I was very nervous. I’d never shared this product with a store before.
As I entered the store, I caught the eye of a very attractive man. We smiled at one another and I proceeded to the counter to give my little presentation. Lucky for us, the store manager was a very “in tune” person. When I asked if he would like a demonstration, he looked at me and this guy, and then asked the guy to come over and have the demonstration. The guy could then tell the manager what he thought.
I didn’t make any sales that day. I was focused on business and instead the Universe handed me my future husband – Precession.
Of course as you grow and evolve, your desires often change. My husband and I grew in different directions and the relationship eventually ended. Had I healed more things first, I may have met someone else entirely.
If you continue to heal and grow and are open to receive, watching the subtle signals that are happening all around you all of the time, you will be blessed with love, wealth, kindness, and the other things you have given freely without need for their return.
Blessings to your journey,
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- spirituality / religion
- home (environment, location, how nurturing is it to be there)
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