Sometimes we think we have our lives mapped out, and then something happens to redirect our life in another direction. We feel out of control—facing the unknown. We may find ourselves in a place where we cannot control the outcome. It may seem like it lasts a long time, but in the length of our entire lives, being out-of- control is most often, temporary.
I was reminded of the concept of embracing the unknown when I learned about a Japanese martial art called Aikido. Practitioners join the motion of the attacker by shifting the force and the direction of the attack rather than opposing it head-on. This requires little physical strength, but instead, the Aikido apprentice leads the attacker’s momentum by redirecting the energy and force. In other words, it’s a form of “going with the flow.” If the attacker is coming at you, you take the force of the blow and redirect it elsewhere in a safe direction so it misses you.
Because we are emotionally involved with our own lives, it is difficult to be neutral and know or predict our own future for ourselves. However, if you find a neutral reader, he or she can give you insight.
Remember, the way out of a negative feeling is to make a positive decision followed by action (or deciding not to take action).
The best advice I can give you is to not resist the unknown, but instead to embrace the unknown and “couple” it with positive thoughts and energy. Be open to what happens next. Things happen that shape your path in life in ways that you might never have imagined.
Having something unpredictable happen in your life can be a message to let go of old reaction patterns and try something different. We often react the same way we’ve always reacted and are creatures of habit. But if we are positive and try something new, it breaks our old patterns and starts us on our new life.
Spiritualist Deepak Chopra says, “”Don’t try to steer the river.” Realize that the universe responds to positive thoughts and images. So, if you are a positive person, positive things are going to happen.
Have faith in yourself. Know that you will attract the answers that will help you in your next step. Build integrity and self-confidence with yourself by doing what you say you will do.
Through the class Practical Intuition and the Clairvoyant Training Program, you will start to ind your purpose. You learn to meditate by directing energy, and you start to find your own bliss. When you find your bliss, you find the place inside yourself where nothing is impossible.
The best way to prepare for the future is to be “in present time” and aware. Being present and aware is where you command your strength and personal power.
“How does one do that?” you might ask. By learning to meditate in the Practical Intuition Class or the Clairvoyant Program. Rene Feuerbach will teach the in-person Clairvoyant I Program starting Wed., Oct. 8th.
-Vessa Rinehart-Phillips, Director, Intuitive Insights School of Intuition