When you do not pay attention to your inner self, the unhealed energies build up and your body and life start to manifest imbalances. Your inner self includes your thoughts, your dreams, your imaginings, your feelings, and your self-talk. Your emotional, physical, and mental energies are affected. The longer you put off attending to your inner self, the louder your body and life circumstances scream at you through pain and feeling stuck, “Pay attention!”
Most of us have grown up taking baths or showers, washing our hair, brushing our teeth, hopefully exercising and paying attention to what we eat and generally caring for our bodies. Few of us, however, do inner work as part of our daily routine. Inner work focuses on strengthening your relationship with All That Is/God/Divine Source and using that power to clear out your unhelpful patterns and feelings. Inner work can clear all the thoughts, feelings, fears, perceptions, and doubts that negatively affect your daily life. Inner work is more than prayer and meditation. Inner work means listening in silence and acting on what you hear as you connect with Divine Presence.
Many of you suffering from chronic imbalances already have clear motivation to do your inner work. For everyone else, consider this is an invitation to become proactive in doing inner work so that you clear old stuck patterns from your field before they create physical, emotional, or mental imbalances for you.
Some of the hardest issues to clear are familial patterns of fear, doubt, uncertainty, abuse, and judgment. What we grow up with sticks to us in one way or another. Just this past week a hidden pocket of old judgment reared its ugly head for my attention and clearing. Though I had probably had those issues with me since I was 21, I had never realized them until now. Inner work is continuous, throughout all eternity. The Ascended Masters have shared that they do this type of work continuously even after ascending, meaning after they die, with the knowing that they are both human and Divine. They have shared that they work daily on their inner issues as well. The process never stops. However, only you can begin this work and it takes determination and practice. Inner work is your regular spiritual maintenance program.
What issues are strongly affecting you? Name one of them and use the Six-Step Spiritual Healing Protocol to clear it from your field. Then pick another one and do it again.
A client shared that she was still carrying anger at her ex-husband for his lack of attention to their children’s needs. This was causing frequent anxiety and panic attacks. There is nothing we can do about another’s choices. We can only change our relationship to those choices. My client used the Six-Step Healing Protocol to clear for negative judgment and perceptions of her ex-husband, anger at his lack of attention to their children, resentment and rage that she always has to pick up the slack, and anger and yelling trauma energy when disagreements arose.
She realized that all the old patterns of their marriage were still unhealed and within her, even after their divorce. After the work, she said she felt lighter and less anxious. She has had a noticeable drop in panic attacks. She was seeing other ways to negotiate with her ex-husband rather than getting angry and feeling resentful. She did not know her old unhealed energy could actually be healed. She reported feeling more optimistic.
Do not wait another day to begin! Take the time in Sacred Space to name the issues draining you and do your inner work! If you want more help, sign up for my beginning tutorial which can have you doing your inner work effectively and confidently in three days in under 10 minutes each day. Every single person in body really needs a way to do inner work! Discover yours.