Everyone seems to be asking, energetically speaking, what’s happening? What’s happening next?
Or in more physical terms, what does this mean for us globally? What happens next?
I’ve been tapping in, but the truth is, there wasn’t anything for us to know. I felt more of a “hold on”.
The very structure of our world, in all the energetic realms, was shifting. Where I looked to before, had moved. And it wasn’t done!
I kept wanting answers for people. Did I want answers for myself? No. But I felt a rumbling discomfort inside that I wanted resolved.
Although you could find answers, you could find messages from many giving comfort and new perspective, this was not for me. My way, my stream of information was not guiding me in that way. And it frustrated me. I could go in and get answers, and I would, but they felt off. Something disingenuous about them.
They weren’t giving you the whole story.
No singular message I was receiving felt complete. They all came with a whispered “hold on”. It wasn’t about diving in to give messages about the past or the present. It was more than that, it was about going into our collective future.
There was something coming through strongly, something I had been ignoring. Trying to brush it off like I was swatting a fly.
When I’m ignoring a message or not listening properly, I feel this nag. Have you ever felt it? Feels like someone is yanking on my mind. That feeling like you were meant to do something, but you can’t remember what it was. This feeling bugs me until I can finally turn to it and yell, “What?! What is it??”
I felt what was holding me back from accepting this message. It was fear and it was trying to hold on to the past. I didn’t want to go because I was holding myself in fear and confusion. I had to let go of the last attachments to the old system, and it was compelling me to a new level of courage.
My own metaphorical train seemed to have changed direction so suddenly, I was still reorienting. Still accepting that there had been a massive change of course and everything was different now. Part of me was reluctant to accept this, and I didn’t know why.
My fixed understanding of the world and people had become obsolete. Yes. In this new environment I needed new understanding, and that felt daunting. I didn’t know if I could do it.
I had to feel into the new world without knowing what I would find. I didn’t even know what I was looking for. No stranger to diving into unknown vibrational waters, I was still hesitant.
The last couple days I’ve been breathing into that discomfort. Letting myself feel relief. And as I did, some words came to me.
I acknowledge that the old world is no more. I acknowledge that we have created a new world. I let go of the old. I accept that it is gone. I let go and I accept this new beginning.
I point myself, orient myself forward. Released of the events of the past, my eyes open to what is becoming. I no longer bother with that which was. I am focused forward. And only in this view can I understand fully. Only in this view can I prepare for what’s to come. Only in this view can I reconfigure my understanding of the world and of people.
I am willing. I am willing to see, I am willing to accept. I am willing to move forward.
Parts of that I had to repeat a few times, because it felt good and it felt like I was releasing my mind of its binds as I let go.
I deleted Facebook off my phone. I enjoy social media, I believe there are a lot of benefits to it, even with the drawbacks. However, I wasn’t going to be able to do what I needed to do if I continued to partake in that particular collective space.
It was too noisy. It made my mind buzz with endless judgment, compassion, conspiracy theories, sadness, happiness. One big pile of beautiful junk that kept me off track and mostly in the past. I could hear what my friends would say about this or that, I could hear mine and everyone else’s voices buzzing in my head and I needed quiet.
I love distractions and interactions with people online, but this was not the time. Whatever relief came from that social interaction was not enough to warrant being blind to what was coming.
We were on a new adventure and we (I) needed to be prepared. I needed to loosen up my mind and my body. To allow myself to take in new information without judgement. I needed to have free spaces within me to integrate the new.
The only message I can give in good conscience and a steady heart is this:
Let go. Let go of the old world. Let go of your old life. Don’t think about what you used to do. Don’t think about where you used to work or what you liked to eat. Let go.
Are you willing to accept a new world, a better world? Are you willing to see your life be reconstructed to serve you better? Are you willing to see the changes that you, specifically have asked for?
Ease your own suffering and let go of trying to understand. Turn off the hum of the collective mind. Withdraw for awhile, for as long as you can. It doesn’t have to be physically, but in your mind.
Give yourself relief. Free your mind of worry. Just let go. There’s nothing to hold on to. There’s nothing to evaluate or figure out. Relax into the possibility of a new life.
Do you really want to go back anyway? Or do you want to move forward, into a better future?
You don’t have to fix things. You don’t have to make sure they work out the way you want. You don’t have to map out your future, not yet. Not quite yet. Soon, yes. Soon, you’ll write down what you would like in this new life. You’ll outline it all. But for now, let go.
Don’t think about how everyone else must be feeling or what they’re doing. Just do you. Find a comfortable space within yourself and go there. Feel the peace of it, feel the calm.
Part of you knows you’re okay. You’re okay. This is all okay. Looks like a giant mess, but it’s not yours to clean up. And it won’t get cleaned up, it’ll just evolve into a new day. So gently move your attention to this New Day. What does it feel like, what does it look like? It feels warm and sunny. Feels good. The air is fresh and clean. You feel free. You smile. Your skin feels good. It feels good as a soft breeze brushes against it. Stay here for awhile.
This is the beginning.