Category: Awakened Lifestyles Written by Maria Chambers Views: 759
We have talked about how the caretaker role by so many light workers and by women especially is being released from the mind and body of the human in this embodied enlightenment process.
So what does this mean on a more day to day tangible way?
It means no longer taking responsibility for how other people feel.
And it’s happening naturally. We notice now more than ever that we are not into being fed off of by others. We know where our boundaries are and how to set them.
It also means that some emotions will be coming up around setting boundaries and dealing with other people in our lives. We need not mistake those emotions as having done something wrong. All they are at this point is our soul taking them for us and extracting the wisdom from them and integrating and transforming them for us.
I remember watching a movie called The Muse, in which a woman appears in peoples lives, especially those who are creative and are experiencing blocks to that creative part of themselves.
They find themselves wanting to be in her presence, and they actually gift her with many presents, which she graciously accepts and just throws on the mantle with a substantial of other gifts from her clients. She really doesn’t do much for her clients other than just spend time with them and not that much actually.
So she just hangs out with them for short periods of time. She doesn’t nurture them, she doesn’t stroke their ego. She doesn’t really even give them ideas for their novels or screenplays.
She appears very confident in herself just being there with them.
So to a degree I see this image as the new us. We reflect a soul that is already whole and complete unto itself. It already is worthy so it does not have to strive for worthiness. It is sensual and expressive. But it has no need to compromise itself in order to express itself.
The muse is the beauty and sensuality of our soul.
We inspire others simply by just being ourselves. Not our old over-nurturing and sympathetic self.
But our beautiful, expensive, self-confident self.
Enjoy my original tune, Gonna Find My Way Back Home
Image credit XIR155451 The Dream of the Poet or, The Kiss of the Muse, 1859-60 (oil on canvas) by Cezanne, Paul (1839-1906) oil on canvas 82×66 Musee Granet, Aix-en-Provence, France Lauros / Giraudon French, out of copyright.
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