I think self trust is a big challenge for me, and building self trust is necessary as a foundation before I can trust others and build authentic relationships. I gain self trust by genuinely provide value and service to others. There is no short cut in gaining self trust and trust from others, and I need to build my skills and deliver my value solidly step by step, like building from the ground up to a skyscraper.
In my current choice in career path between the two opportunities, the important thing to consider is not what job it is, but rather which job allows me to use my skills to provide value to others in a solid way. I want to start afresh on a solid ground by being genuine in what I can contribute, and no more pretending that I like it or I am capable of doing the job while I don’t know what exactly I am doing.
I muscle test if he has the ability for self-trust active, and the answer is “no”.
His entire speech is a true reflection of our culture that ignores capacities.
What is the real cost of not having The Sight and Appreciation DNA ability?
Now that I have quite a few of you have these new capacities activated, I have an insight into the cost of not having had the DNA ability active before… and to not have it be activated now, when you can.
My conversation with a guy from Holland is a good way to see the cost of not having “The Sight” activated: