I have this problem when people tell you to dream big. It’s because when you dream big, you’re always trying to achieve something better than where you are and what you have.
When the Universe attempts to wake someone up from their 3D life, it sometimes comes with a konk on the head. Whether that person falls and hits their head or they keep smacking their head on a cabinet or car doors remains to be seen.
“In recent months, several of the most prominent vegan YouTubers have announced they are eating animal products, setting off a torrent of online outrage and abuse…”
“I’ve been vegan for a long time and I think a part of me wanted to believe in this diet so much—because I had such a strong ethical connection to it—that I was turning a blind eye to my problems and to the severity of my health issues,” Bonny Rebecca said in the video. “This was a huge slap in the face for me.”
I have mentioned this several times this year about people going through an identity crisis.
When you make a major change in your life, like a move to a new location, you may feel absolutely wonderful at first that you finally got to move. You’re happy, upbeat and certain that anything is now possible.
Yet shortly after you’ve made the move it’s like the happiness wears off and then you wonder if it was the right decision or not. You start to question everything. You may even feel depressed.
This is an energy transition period which can be best explained like this…
When you have furniture or other items in your home that have been passed down through the generations, you tend to carry all of it’s energy with you too. This can hold you back.
If Aunt Hilda left you her kitchen table and you love it and use it all the time, that’s one thing. But if that table makes you feel like you have to keep it because it was hers, then your energy is being drained by it because it serves no valuable purpose in your life.
My guides are funny. Somewhere in December I recall hearing “it’s time“. Then I had confirmations galore confirming that it was indeed time…but for what.
That’s the question I asked. “What is it time for?” And I received no response. So I let it go. If I didn’t, I would sit and spin on it all day long. I’d end up making my own version of what that could mean.
One thing I have learned when dealing with customer service centers is…if I don’t like their answers then I always go above their heads. Because if I’m having issues, I’m sure others are too.