Activating self-trust, activating generosity… challenges for you

learning to be with loss, sadness, griefSome days my work is to work through issues that you, my dear reader, especially students and clients will need, so they can keep their capacities I activated active.

One of these capacities is self-trust.

Self trust is not like confidence. It doesn't say (add soothing eerie voice here) You can do it. That is probably a lie.

No, it says something different. It says: you can handle it. Namely, whatever happens to you, you can handle it.

The "job" of the capacity is to make you unstoppable. To allow you to take the actions you need to take to get where you need to get, without being stopped by the fear of the unknown... What will happen after the action.

But what is the range of what you can handle? Is it everything, or you are going to pick and choose, until you are going to be stopped, again, by every thought of the aftermath.

Now, I don't think out these scenarios, my intimate relationship with Source puts me there.

It's Tuesday, my grocery shopping day. Every Tuesday I buy something that I am not supposed to eat. Today it was Andouille sousage: garlicky, spicy, delicious.

paros gyulai-500x500It vaguely reminds me of the famous "national treasure", the Gyulai or Csabai kolbasz, meaning a spicy dry sausage.

I looked it up, and found a site with all the "national treasures" of Hungary. I read the list, and cried. Wept. I experienced loss.

And that was Source's purpose, to show me that unless you are willing to deal with loss, grief, sadness, you won't truly activate self-trust, only a little bit of it... and you won't do what you need to do to get where you need to get.

Another capacity that people find incomprehensible is the capacity of generosity.

Generosity is allowing another's light to shine. And allowing your own light shine.

Why wouldn't you? What is in the way?

When you are someone who blocks others' light, you are judgmental, superior, and probably a know-it-all or know-it-better.

You don't listen. You don't follow instructions: you make up your own s-hi-t. You probably won't allow MY light to shine either.

Your attention is what you want to say... discounting what someone else wants to say... often you think you know...

You are closed. You compensate for your sense of incompetence, in one area or another. I used to be 100% like you. It is hell...

Lots of soul corrections have generosity missing... in fact, probably all of them.

The flip side of lack of generosity may be that you don't allow your own light shine. You have a lot to offer and you don't. The "Share the Light" soul correction... but unless you share your light, what are you going to offer for the money you want? For the satisfaction you want? You pretend that you are cowardly, but you are stingy, plain and simple.

You cut your nose in spite of your face.

When I ask you to practice taking steps so you can keep the capacity active... I don't mean to make it nice for you.

If it is nice, you are not doing the work.

If you find out that things are not as scary as you thought them (self-trust) then you are activating a very narrow scope of self-trust.

You want to activate it all, which makes it someone hardy, mentally tough: who you need to be to be a winner.

If you can continue to be a wuss, a sissy... you didn't do all the work.

Author: Sophie Benshitta Maven

award winning architect, magazine publisher, transformational and spiritual coach and teacher, self declared Avatar

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *