FANNING THE FLAMES of WHAT YOU WANT!
Healing is best known as "fixing" something broken. Instead, this week's "Behind the Scenes'' look at Namona's Soul Game #5 teaches us how to bolster the "thing" we WANT. She wants a Man! A man who's as big a force energetically as she is. He also needs to walk as an equal by her side and support her unconditionally!
In Namona's traditional family, not having a man by the age of 35 is a problem. Add to the mix a Pandemic and parents who live in your home...now that is interesting. How do I hold the vision I have for myself without being enveloped by my surrounding family expectations? In this situation, I am seeping in their beliefs that drain me, yet it's unavoidable.
Yes! We emerge with energies/thoughts/feelings that surround us. It is real. This is why Jim Rohn, a motivational speaker, is quoted as saying, "You're the average of the five people spend the most time with." If you're confined at home with people who hold different values without a safe haven to reset and align with your own energy, you can become the energy that surrounds and permeates you.
The same can be said for any long-term relationship. If you sleep in the same bed, too, it becomes so damn hard to separate your energy from the other person. Our systems come into patterns known or unknown, which take deep individual work to become aware of. I feel depleted just sharing this concept!!!
Are these people evil? No. Can you love people who have different values? Yes. Does this mean there is nothing to learn or value from the relationship? No. What we are talking about is "Fanning the Flames of what YOU WANT!" And, to create more space for self-discovery, changes or adaptations might need to be made. Perhaps saging your room and not allowing anyone from the outside into your private lair. Do this, and afterward, notice how different your space's energy is vs. the rest of the house!! Mind-blowing!
Being in "a good place" is what we say to the check-out person when they say, "How are you doing today?" The response, "I am good," is a bit pulled back and tempered with some niceties. Not many people would respond saying, "I am a lighthouse for love, joy, and abundance." How are you? Or ...and I am laughing cause I do know one person who would say it; Tiffany Haddish! She will respond by saying, "I am highly successful and abundant, thank you." LMAO!