And so begins your trek to your new life.
Some of you feel stagnated. Others are moving rapidly through activities that draw you closer to your new center. It does not matter because all of you reading this and similar messages have transitioned beyond your former life. You are on a new path that no longer contains shame or blame.
In your former world, your activities were most often limited to those acceptable to others, even though you sometimes felt uncomfortable or wrong moving in those directions.
You might feel tinges of your former shoulds as you begin your new life, but it is unlikely you will follow those shoulds now or ever again.
This is the big ‘NO’ phase. Perhaps you previously encountered this phase but did so with guilt or trepidation. Now, it is just ‘no’ without attached emotion or fear. You surprise yourself, as well as others – a new being within your physical body.
None of this information is a revelation for most of you; instead, it is an affirmation of being in the right place, as if you transitioned from a gullible youth to an adult within minutes or days.
Those who feel bored are sloughing off the shoulds and have tos of 3D. Even though this is not necessarily an easy process, it is preparation for who you are becoming.
Those of you who have completed the phases necessary to arrive on the other side of the selfhood of your new being are role models for those feeling stuck. Initially, you likely found yourself less interested in 3D interactions or activities. Then, you started saying ‘no’ or other phrases that limited your 3D interactions. Finally, you discovered new avenues of joy that may not have included those with whom you previously interacted.
You will not likely transition from questioning your current life to immediate joy. There are steps every physical being must complete because your physical body is not strong enough to go from questioning your former activities to joy in one large leap.
Your shift might seemingly be as small as limiting your physical or emotional interactions. or as large as a new life in a new environment.
You will shift according to your needs instead of what you feel should be the correct timeline or action mode. Your shift has nothing to do with your friends, relatives, or partner’s shift.
Perhaps you are concerned because others are seemingly transitioning more rapidly or better than you. That thought process is a 3D should that has nothing to do with your current or future earth lives. You are no longer part of a societal behavior process, as was true in 3D. You are a unique individual with an inner need to find your joy – and, by doing so, create your life tapestry thread.
Wishing for a more rapid transition is a waste of your time and energy. You cannot transition more rapidly. Nor can the activities of others be your indicator. You are transitioning at your pace and at the right time. Will your transition from no to joy happen within the next few months? Yes. Will your transition be like anyone else’s? No. Will your transition be within the same timeframe or like your friends or partner? No. You are unique, as is your transition.
Perhaps it will help you understand this phase from no to joy if you think of falling dominos. Your transition or domino might be at the beginning, middle, or end. It does not matter, for all the dominos must fall once the tipping point has been initiated – as has happened.
So there is no need to fret if you have not yet initiated a comfortable ‘no’ stage, you are bored, or you fear your tipping point will never occur. The dominos are falling. And you are lined up behind others in just the right place for you and your physical being. So be it. Amen.
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