Kari’s Elevated Goddess View 1/15/17

Kari’s Elevated Goddess View of Conversations with Goddess M. “Breaking Through The Deep” 01/15/17

On last Sunday’s show, we discussed how important it is to break through the “deep”, that is, end your own rampant intellectual ego so you can really elevate your life. We talked about how doing your inner work will inspire and elevate those around you, even if you do and say nothing to them. On the other hand, if you are not doing your work but have a position of helping others–such as being a counselor or intuitive–your ability to provide the best service possible is significantly lowered because your ego gets in the way of your practice. So it all comes down to one thing: how do we do our own work?
“Do the work” can be a confusing phrase to those who are used to consuming information but not practicing it. Doing the inner work becomes a matter of worrying if you’re doing too little or too much, and worrying if your work is effective or not. The only way you will know if your inner work has been effective in healing and shifting your belief systems is when things start to change in your external reality. For example, if you’ve been working on shifting the belief system that there aren’t any “good” men left into “there are good men everywhere willing and able to care for me in the way that I desire”, then the results of your shifted belief system will be an influx of good men in your life.
Doing your inner work does not just apply to setting aside time everyday for your personal spiritual practices. Although it is important to have a regular practice of meditation or journaling or prayer or whatever you choose for your daily spiritual practice, the inner work must continue in your regular life. This means praying every morning for more money and then going out into the world thinking and speaking out of lack will not work. One of the most common reasons why we do not see our inner work manifest externally is that we are “doing” new things, but not being and embodying those new things everyday.
Doing your inner work is about being fully present everyday and actively making new choices in every single moment. It is about being aware of how you are feeling and what you are thinking, and making sure that they are in alignment with what you truly desire. It is also about telling the truth to yourself and others if necessary about what you are feeling so that you can clear yourself of the emotions. Think of every day like your training, you are in training to become a better you everyday. That means everything you normally think, say, and do has to be paid close attention to, because if you want to manifest something new, you have to become something new in every area of your life.
In the midst of your work, remember that there isn’t a destination or end point. There won’t be a day in the future where you are perfectly healed person, constantly exuding love and joy. We’re still human, and will still experience natural up and downs in moods. We will still have triggers, although we can train ourselves to no longer react to them. Instead of focusing on your dream self, or who you will be after you do your inner work, focus on being your best self today. Ask yourself, how can I love myself today? How can I best reflect all that I wish to manifest in my life?
You don’t have to wait to live out your greatness, you can start right now.

Did you miss the show? Click the link below to listen:

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/highfrequency/2017/01/16/conversations-with-goddess-m

Conversations with Goddess M with Malane Shani and Cristina Ashe, every Sunday night at 7 p.m. eastern. Goddess blessings for your day.

– Kari, Personal Assistant to Malane Shani aka Goddess M

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