You have abilities, you have power. You can use it… Guess how much of your power you use?

You have some capacities. Capacities are potentials… Abilities are actualities.

You can activate capacities, you can use them and turn them into epigenetic shifts: abilities, that can be inherited…

The more abilities you have the more power you have.

Power is what it takes to say A and make it happen. Not over some people, but over yourself, over matter.

The way you live, the number of challenges you set for yourself will tell you how much of the power you have you actually use…

Recently I discovered about myself that I want someone to hold my hand to do the things I am not sure how to do. Like in first grade the teacher drew the letters using my hand. But I realized that unless I do it myself, I never learn.

I also realized that I actually know how to do the things I wanted to be helped to do, I just didn’t have the self-starter mentality… Once I realized this, I started to do the things I was complaining that I could not do… Very telling.

Guess how much of the power you have that you actually use?

In the fantasy TV series, Heroes, Hiro, the time traveler, says: “If I am too afraid to use my powers, I don’t deserve them.”

In the movie, Defending your Life, we find out, that fear is what robs us from our opportunity to use all we got… in fact it almost completely uses our lives.

We have lots of capacities, and now, with the DNA upgrade, we have 13 new, higher capacities.

People ask me how they will notice that… so I did a little soul-searching tete a tete with Source, and this is what I found out:

I only use 18% of my power. (this was in 2013. In 2018 I am using 30% of my power. Maybe I should write an article about that!)

How many percentage of your power do you think you are using?

The average North American person uses 0.8% of their power. One of my students that has had a life with at least some challenges, and has learned to challenge herself, at least for some years, now after a decade, is only using 1.8% of her power.

I realized that it is not that you lack power, it is that you prefer staying the same, safe, dead, stagnant, predictable, and small.

In your daily life you don’t need any of your spiritual capacities to stay the same.

But if an emergency arose, a catastrophe, a major challenge, you’ll need them and a lot more.

Unfortunately, it is too late to dig a well when you are thirsty, and chances are that unless you expand yourself, by design, intentionally, by challenging yourself, you will die in a major emergency, together with 99% of the people effected.

And unless you start the work of expanding now, you are going to stay the same, using 0.8% of your power… it’s like trying to have sex with a one-inch thingie… not much sex.

Subscribe to blog notifications.
You'll get a digest email every Sunday... you can email me to upgrade to daily.

Author: Sophie Benshitta Maven

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

3 thoughts on “You have abilities, you have power. You can use it… Guess how much of your power you use?”

  1. I am sure this means no more excuses. Okay. I found you for a reason, Sophie. Or not. But here we are. I will examine my stories, and try to choose action over being right, and staying safe and small.

    I have a feeling that these capacities are more concrete than the saying, ‘You can have any result that you can stand for having gotten out of participating’ which was a wonderful kind of magical mantra I heard in a course I did. But it is an interesting place to stand…

  2. this is not a “the power of your word” type of issue… except the few things that are a speaking issue, like responsibility…

    this is acting consistently in a way that challenges the status quo, that challenges what you already know you can do.

    Putting yourself into situations that you don’t know how to handle… like me moving from country to country without any money, any support, any idea what I was going to do at the end of the journey…

    Or offering to teach a class that had no curriculum, or teaching something I needed to learn just before the class… or challenging myself to feel if there is a speed trap or a hiding police car… to see what physically I can’t see by wearing weaker glasses than I need, or … you get the drift. I hope

  3. As I’ve got it (lately), it’s not only about a/the challenge – many, many times there’s that inner knowing: it could be a challenge, but i don’t do anything. It’s also about choice: to follow a little voice in you that nudges you to make a move-decision, take steps, action. For if you don’t, if you stay lazy, inert, you succumb to the old behaviour-attitude… and the choice between the two could be quite simple…

Leave a Reply

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

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.