Drama Versus Self-Actualization. Did you even know you had a choice?
Surprising or not, you sure do. Actually, this one simple choice can make all the difference. Both for your spiritual awakening and your personal growth. Quite essential for your path to Enlightenment, as well!
You see, Blog-Buddies, you can live one way or live the other. Not both.
Maybe at this point, you’re sure which one you choose. Please keep reading anyway. Given the surprises that may await.
Drama Versus Self-Actualization
First of all, what happens if you prefer drama? Consciously and also subconsciously, you’ll find loads of it happening to you.
- Drama in your love life.
- Drama in your sex life.
- How about drama in your work life?
- Drama with your family.
Let’s face it. Drama can be fun. For instance, how many top-rated movies lack drama?
Heck, it’s built into every single scene. Actors prepare by going over the script and asking, “Where’s the conflict?”
Drama Isn’t Always About Choice, Of Course
- Unfair treatment at work, from a hateful boss.
- Alcoholic parent. Or parents!
- Financial losses that seem completely unfair.
Have such things happened to you? Especially up to the age of 21 or 28? Chalk that up to Life Contract. Rather than a personal yen for fights.
Even later in life, calamity can strike. Because you’re paying back karma. Which you cannot budge. No choice there.
Except for dealing with that situation honorably, with courage and integrity.
Drama Can Become a Subconscious Habit
In other words, the scary situation ends. But do you then find yourself going into yet more drama?
For example, that nightmare relationship is over. Now you date somebody new. Plenty of red flags would show up about this exciting new person in your life… Provided you were subconsciously willing to see them.
This is where it’s vital to remember that you do have a choice. (Including the resource of personal sessions with me, other RES Experts, or helpers with entirely different specialties.)
Drama Versus Self-Actualization
What does self-actualization mean, anyway? Living your full potential.
Spiritual awakening experiences can come to you like the grace of God. Hallelujah!
Nonetheless… Parlaying spiritual awakenings into big human growth? That’s your human job.
Have you noticed? Many a spiritual awakening experience feels dramatic. Inadvertently whetting one’s appetite for spiritual drama. . .
Still, it would be a mistake to choose drama versus self-actualization. Aiming for the latter, you make choices for your own betterment. And don’t mistake that for all-or-nothing choices. Or shaking up your life in some perfectionistic way.
Maybe some Soul Thrill Aura Research can helps you to see your way clear. Avoiding allure that would, actually, turn out to be what? Yet another invitation to drama.
Now let’s delve more deeply into this topic. Since drama-related choices can be so very confusing.
Drama Versus Self-Actualization: Free Will
Drama encourages a way of life that is, ironically, passive. Basically, life tells you what to do. As in, “Grab one prize possession. Then flee the burning building.”
Making the choice of that one prize item from your home? That might seem to be very important, free willish. Actually, the scope is terribly limited. By contrast…
Self-Actualization involves an active kind of personal growth. You choose your life projects. Basically, you’re the one who decides what to do when proceeding along your growth path. Tremendous, yet non-dramatic, use of free will!
Drama Versus Self-Actualization: Qualities
Drama is all about courage. Ooh, the brave victim!
And, yes, our media find this theme endlessly fascinating. Why not? Do you know this media motto? “If it bleeds, it leads.”
By contrast, self-actualization allows us to use creativity and discernment.
Hence one interesting way to figure out if you’ve been aiming more towards drama or self-actualization.
Which have you been using more lately, Blog-Buddies? Your creativity and discernment versus displaying courage at handling adversity?
Drama Versus Self-Actualization: Healing
As the Founder of Rosetree Energy Spirituality (RES), I facilitate a lot of sessions of RES Energy HEALING. Based on that experience, I find a clear difference.
- Drama-type healing helps a client to cope.
- Self-Actualization-style healing shows in speech and action. Because my client keeps finding more productive ways to live.
Do you see the difference?
What makes that difference? Often it’s about how much STUFF is still in your aura and subconscious mind. Repeatedly I’ve found long-term RES clients all becoming self-actualizing. Regardless of circumstances.
Drama Versus Self-Actualization: About God
Drama choices can even show in how you relate to God. As in “My Rescuer” and “The Source of My Amazing Grace” and “Jesus, Take The Wheel.”
Self-Actualization allows us to develop a more nuanced relationship with God. More like co-creating.
When moving forward along the second kind of path, you may discover the most delightful thing. God waits for you. Helping you to discover, just because you’d like to have that kind of connection.
Not because (you think) you desperately need God to solve problems and remove your latest drama.
Granted, the following is just my perspective as an Enlightenment Coach. Someone who doesn’t know everything. Still, consider:
God doesn’t demand drama in your relationship. Drama is such a human, Earth School thing.