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Authentic Self-Acceptance: Recognizing the Great Deception of Spiritual Enlightenment


Often, when we become more spiritually enlightened, we can easily convince ourselves that we know it all already.

We become very adept at using all of the spiritual terms and concepts we’ve learned, to talk our way through things on the surface and yet haven’t a clue how to actually integrate and embody that, let alone understand that we aren’t really seeing the depth of the picture – we’re merely spewing out the “right” words we think we should use.

Ironically, we can actually become closed off to widening our perspectives even more because we think we have all the answers, or we feel the need to pretend we do so that others will see us in a certain light.

It becomes much easier to deceive ourselves or play subconscious, self-sabotaging games than to accept that we may actually have more available to us to learn, which can help us to continue to heal and evolve.

This is a great reminder from Shakti Gawain (below) about authentically embracing who you are right now with vulnerable integrity.

I share it, as I see it as one of the themes in the collective pool to be conscious of so that we can widen and deepen our potentials, while also continuing to raise the bar on our vibrational frequency we are embodying.

From Shakti Gawain:

What I am right now

If we pretend to be more enlightened than we really are, we will miss an opportunity to heal ourselves. Admitting our limitations can make us feel vulnerable, yet it is very freeing.

We just have to be ourselves as we are now, accepting the mixture of enlightened awareness and human limitation that is in each of us. Through this self-acceptance, we find a deep peace and self-love.

* Today I accept myself as I am. *

Self-Judgment: Our Excuses Not to Live ~ Lee Harris


This is a great, new quick how-to from Lee Harris that is so now relevant and the themes are what I hear over and over coming up for people who are so close to making the shifts and changes they want towards the new in their lives, but are hitting the judgment dialogue within that is creating the fear wall.

These self-judgments become our self-sabotaging excuses.

Lee provides some easy ways to move through this, which resonate with my own. Questions and being curious are key, as well as sitting with the honest vulnerability of the answers, and then allowing the feelings to move through you without judgment. Feelings aren’t bad…their just feelings…energy expressions.

Energy wants to move. WE are the ones that block them. When you allow yourself to feel them, you invite their movement through you.

Do you find yourself hindered by the things you tell yourself and allow yourself to believe about yourself?

These quick how-to’s can help you to start living.

Here’s Lee:

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