Almost all of my students lost some or all of their new capacities over the holidays whenever their holidays were (Eastern Orthodox celebrate weeks after the Western Christian churches). Two of them got them back without much help. The rest are struggling.
What is it about the holidays that are so detrimental to your vibration, to your dreams and aspirations?
Here is a video on that... The meat of the article is below the video...
One thing to examine: how come the ones that got them back, got them back... I mean the capacities?
Two things about those two people: both had more than 40 capacities when the holidays began. Both returned to a life that needed the turned off capacities. Simple enough?
It's worth looking at the question: what capacities does your life need?
And we need to be able to tell the truth: most of us live a tiny life that can be managed with the 5-7 capacities you have.
Now, if you are like one of my students, that you expanded your life to include a new business you started, then you are in trouble... but if you persevere, and keep on doing the new business, instead of giving up, taking a break, allowing it to fold, the capacities will turn back on... regardless of how you feel now. But you must go back to the business... and trust. And not give up. Even if you feel stupid... and you will.
Now, if you haven't started anything new that needs your new capacities, your capacities will turn off.
So, before you do anything else, make a commitment to start something new, get the ball rolling. Imperfect actions are OK... just make sure they go in the direction you want to go, and not "anywhere"... anywhere project won't work.
And if you don't have a direction, make sure to contact me. Or not. Your choice.
Oh, and the most important thing Tai says in the video: take care of 80% of your life, and allow the 20% to be in disarray... Increase your tolerance to disarray, just like you'd increase your tolerance to certain food, so you don't suffer from allergies. And the 80% of your life is NOT the holidays. That's the 20%...
So what am I saying? That if the pictures below talk to you, you are living a losing life... seriously. A life you live for the 20% when it is not as terrible.