Personal Growth Seeker’s Question? Our last question of this series is going to have a controversial answer. Fair warning!
Except, haha. I know that you personal growth seekers have the spunk to question conventional wisdom.
Also, today I’ll conclude this multi-part series with an inspiring teaching tale.
Personal Growth Seeker’s Questions — First, Some Background
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Personal Growth Seeker’s Question. If It’s Supposed to Be Good for Me, How Come I Put off Doing It?
Ha, do you think my response is “Use your willpower“? (Over 14 million hits on Google.)
Or “Don’t be weak.” (364 million hits on Google)
Or “No pain, no gain“? (314 million hits on Google)
Maybe “Pray for strength“? (94 million hits on Google)
Oh, I don’t think so.
Personal Growth Seeker’s Question Is So Poignant
Because we’re told so many things, we seekers of personal growth. Deeper Perception can help you to sort out truth from feel-good fiction. Here’s an example, a teaching tale from one of my RES Energy READING sessions with Gladys. (Remembered as best I can.)
First thing to know about Gladys? She’s highly motivated. Strong and brave.
No wonder she felt so weird about her missing all those costly Pilates sessions. Coach Josephine was supposed to be really great. The best coach in town!
So how come Gladys kept missing her appointments? Forgetting about them! In a way that was so extremely uncharacteristic.
Fact was, Gladys just couldn’t force herself to show up for Pilates coaching. Starting off our session, she figured she needed RES Energy HEALING. Because there had to be something terribly wrong with her. Supposedly.
As in, “If It’s Supposed to Be Good for Me, How Come I Put off Doing It?”
After setting up the session, co-creating with Divine help, my direction became clear. I wound up researching the aura of Pilates Coach Josephine. Because Gladys could easily send me a link. Which she did.
Using Stage 1 Energetic Literacy, just getting a first impression, wow! Was that Coach Josephine ever stunning. She looked like a Barbie doll, actually:
- Blue eyed and blonde.
- Very slim. Except for the chestal region, which was very Barbie-like.
- Such a pretty face, enhanced by all the right makeup.
- Looking soooooooo sweet, too.
So how come Gladys couldn’t bring herself to show up?
Because Gladys Was Smart, That’s Why
Her subconscious mind was smart, in particular.
Maybe you won’t be surprised to learn this: Although every person’s aura shows loads of beauty — such as gifts of the soul by the hundreds, hello! Nonetheless, our auras can also show some significant problems. (STUFF, as I call it, can always, always, always be healed. Just not by working on your physical core!)
At that subconscious and energetic level where the truth was evident… Here are some of the things that I learned — and shared with my client — about this picture-perfect Pilates Coach:
- Super ambitious.
- Lack of verbal integrity. Communicating to build her business. Weak on sincerity!
- Liked to use her power to feel superior.
- Shared power in a sneaky way, to make her client feel weak and dependent… and then keep on coming back for more coaching.
- Jealous of other clients who were also attractive. (Like my darling client Gladys, actually. I think she’s stunning. Even without Pilates.)
Why Become a Personal Growth VICTIM?
If someone or something makes you feel bad every time, pay attention.
Don’t keep coming back.
Your own human reaction can tell you a lot! Don’t ignore it in favor of some “supposed to.”
Optional: You might also decide to read that person’s aura for yourself. At least, once you’ve got energetic literacy. Otherwise, ask an RES Expert to help you. Unlike Josephine, we RES Practitioners and Apprentices won’t lie to you. Deeper Perception is all about the truth.
Not some harsh, “brutally honest” kind of truth. Just the clarity of actual truth. Clean, like washing with soap!
As happened with Gladys… Over time, we can outgrow old illusions about shoulding. Then ring in the new!
We can tire of partial truths and seek bigger truths. Then ring in the new!
And sometimes we can find much stronger personal growth when we’re willing to change paths a bit. Find a path that works for you now as Gladys did years ago. Commit to it, and ring in the new!