Are you feeling behind in your spiritual journey? Like everyone else is so much further along than you? Like you are lacking the confidence to make headway in your psychic and intuitive development?
You're not alone. I hear it every day.
When we don't feel confident in our abilities, when we feel like we are not the best at something, we tend to quit. This is a human complex that happens in so many different instances within our life. We do this in relationships, jobs, school, crafting and hobbies, everywhere.
When you are having those thoughts of “I feel like I don’t belong here,” or “I feel like I can’t keep up,” or I’m so far behind”... You're not. That's your Akashics showing.
What you are doing is you’re playing a comparison game. And you can’t...
Discernment for self is sooooo important. It’s why one of the first things I teach all of my students is a tool I call Truth Testing.
I’ve even made a 3-video Truth Testing training series and put it on Youtube so anyone can learn this for free! Even if all you have is this basic intuitive tool, it can make a big difference in your life.
Maybe you’re asking and getting one answer and when you ask again you get a different one. Or your body says one thing and your pendulum says another.
It’s not a sign that you’re not cut out to be a psychic bad-ass or healer or that you should quit. That’s the lie, and believing it will hold you back from accessing and getting really really good at all you can actually do!
I’ve been getting all kinds of messages and seeing so many posts in the Healers Rising Academy group lately...
You cannot logic your way through this one.
Research, conviction from the actors in this scene, the voices of reason, and even those claiming experience cannot get you through this.
They too are missing vital links, only accessing a few slices of information the same as each of us.
So where do we turn? How do we move through this war of ideologies? How do we discern right or wrong, good or bad, truth or lie?
You must come back to your inner voice. That soft whisper that triggers your gut instincts, turns your stomach when you know bad news is coming, wrinkles your lips at the hint of a lie, brings the butterflies at the thought of expansion. That space that no one can truly put words to because it's truly indescribable.
Each fragment of information coming our way at this time is a sliver of truth, bathed in a sea of projections and presumptions. It is a singular (or sometimes small community) perspective relative to the viewpoint of the messenger.