This past week’s trip / mission / journey was undoubtedly one of the most challenging of any I’ve recently undertaken, energetically speaking. Maybe no one else felt this, or saw this, or noticed this, as I moved around, but the “oppositions” to the movements I made were everywhere, and at every point.
So am I “making” an overly big thing about those “oppositions”? No. Because they were mine to face… mine to move through… mine to transmute… mine to “do whatever with”.
Whenever and wherever I am called, via the Guidance of my “Higher Innards” (as I like to call them), it is my responsibility to respond to that calling. It matters not what others may say, think, feel, suggest, imply… I go where I go, do what I do, sense what I sense, and operate how I operate. And nothing else matters.
The mission is mine. And only I am correctly configured to carry it out.
So when these oppositions come out in my face, those are also only mine to deal with. And I am configured, as well, to deal with them. And, possibly, I am the one who had a hand in creating them.
As many are aware, I rarely operate with groups. I find it easier to move and do and be when I am working in solitude… in solitude and in harmony with “The Energies”. Whatever I perceive those to be.
Some are not configured this way, although I know both the solo and the group “operators” are necessary to this planet’s transformation and ascension.
But I personally love working “on my own”, and that’s the way I’ll continue, unless Guidance tells me otherwise.
So this post isn’t really about this past week’s journey, I guess, but rather about “How we operate”. Each Light Worker BEing finds their own “mode of operation”. Eventually.
And whatever mode yours may be, I suggest embracing it, honoring it, and allowing the fullness of your BEingness to express through it.
A special mahalo (thank you) to all who sent their Light, Love, and support to this past week’s mission.