STACY VAJTA: “How Do You Know What Is Truly Aligned With You?”

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There’s a shift in consciousness happening that’s moving people into their own energetic integrity; living life in alignment with their heart and spirit.

How we live, what we choose to do, the relationships we foster, and even the work we do are all being assessed these days for how aligned they are with our deepest truth; how they support us in moving forward in our own spiritual evolution and what we do right here, in our everyday lives.

The idea of alignment soothes the soul. Yet understanding what is in agreement with us — the right thing to choose — is often a sticking point for people. I see this all the time in my work. People know what they don’t want but have a whole lot of confusion around what is desirable… and even more so, what’s truly aligned.

How do you know what is truly aligned with you?

The other…

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JENNIFER MOREAU: “What We Can Learn From The Original New Agers”

Keeping in mind the original “New Age” movement was a huge and quite successful psy-op… not all spiritually-oriented authors from past eras were shills for the cabal… 🙂

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“I am feeling more in alignment with the New Age thinkers and information from 20 to 30 years ago and even before that. I feel they were authentically bringing forth information for the good of humanity and spiritual evolution. They weren’t trying to get followers (some were) or subscribers. They weren’t looking to be the next big thing, or a millionaire. We all need to use our discernment skills when seeking information.”

~Jennifer Moreau

Trust is from the heart

Charles Bukowski wrote about intelligent people being full of doubt and stupid people being so sure of themselves. I think we all contain a bit of both. The difference would be allowing and incorporating new information into your own personal story.

Osho said something that has always stuck in my mind when he said, “Belief is from the mind, and trust is from the heart. “Belief is a poor substitution for…

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