This week the message I am getting from my guides is that the best way to move through this time of the COVID 19 and this pandemic is with Dignity and Grace.
Part of the work we can do to really be in dignity and grace is to look within ourselves and see where we are overindulging.
I’m not talking about a random day where you allow yourself a cheat day and maybe eat too many sweets, or possibly that second Starbucks of the day. I’m talking about overindulging with no regards for others. This is showing up with people who are hoarding toilet paper…
This is a fear response of lack and feeling like there isn’t enough.
When I was receiving this message today the key word my guides gave me at first was gluttony. Then I was guided to the “7 deadly sins”. Pride Envy Gluttony Greed Lust Sloth and Wrath.
- Pride: thinking I’m better than them vs I’m proud of myself.
- Envy: coveting someone else’s success vs being happy for them that they reached their goals
- Gluttony: overindulging with no regard for others vs there is plenty for everyone
- Greed: never enough vs contentment
- Lust: Intense desire regardless of who you hurt vs passion to reach your goals and wanting what’s best for everyone involved
- Sloth: laziness and expecting others to do it for you vs taking inspired action to help co-create your personal experience
- Wrath: Resentfulness and victimhood vs Forgiveness and self-responsibility
Now don’t worry I’m not going to “preach” Hahaha but the message was very clear.
Also, what was really interesting to me was that my guides showed me a quarter!? At first, I was confused, but then they showed me that the quarter has two sides…but the best part is when you stand it up and you can see the middle section. What they were telling me is that EVERY situation has two sides… but the best place to be is in the middle.
We will experience contrast in this lifetime, but we don’t have to go to extremes. Of course, we have the choice if that is what we want to experience, but if you’re looking for peace, the middle is where you want to be.
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Till next time~
I felt that Mattthew 19:24 took on a new meaning when I got this message. Maybe the eye of the needle is the middle ground? Not being focused solely on money, but also not being plagued with lack.
The term “eye of a needle” is used as a metaphor for a very narrow opening. Matthew 19 if you want to read more about it.