Growth Isn't Always Easy

 

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,

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