Kari’s Elevated Goddess View Of Conversations with Goddess M.
“The Great Work” 8/28/2016
There’s a popular saying that goes, “you gotta know where you came from to know where you’re going,” meaning that knowing your history is essential to navigating your future. This is also known as self-evaluation.
The truth is, most of the times we find ourselves having to make a difficult choice, we know exactly what we need and want. The trouble arises when we are not in tune with our inner knowledge. This is where self-evaluation comes in. During self-evaluation, we get by ourselves and reflect on our choices and relationships with others. Honesty is essential in the self-evaluation process.
Sometimes we would like to believe that we expect great things for ourselves, or that we are steadily moving through pains of the past, but our lives and the mirrors around us will tell us otherwise. Until we have the courage and the humility to tell the truth about ourselves, we will forever be stuck in not knowing who we are, where we are, or what we want.
Everything that happens in our lives is for our growth into our highest and best self–but it is only growth if we learn the lesson. Without self-evaluation, we may not recognize that the situations occurring in our life are lessons to learn from and heal. We may not recognize that feeling undervalued by men is a repetitive pattern from feeling undervalued by our father, and that the only way to end the cycle is to forgive and release it. Instead, we just wonder why the world is out to get us and end up missing the growth opportunity.
Plenty of people would love to forget who they have been and what they have done–the sheer amount of people with severe addictions is an example. The thinking is, “maybe if I forget, it won’t cause me any more suffering.” Although it may seem like forgetting is a viable option, doing so is an act of subconscious self-rejection, which only amplifies the energy of the pain because you are in resistance to it. Energy cannot be destroyed, only transformed. The key to feeling at peace is, first, self-evaluation, seeing yourself as you have been and as you are very clearly. When we see ourselves, we finally have the option to accept and forgive ourselves and all others affected or involved.
A lot of the old patterns, cycles, and stories in our lives exist because we don’t know who we really are and we’re scared to find out. So sit down, get quiet, and take a look.
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– Kari, Personal Assistant to Malane Shani aka Goddess M